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CATALOGUE 

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COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PART 3 

Musical Compositions 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 28 

FOR THE YEAR 1933 
Nos. 1-12 




Published by authority of the Acts of Congress of March 3, 1891, 
of June 30, 1906, and of March 4, 1909 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON: 1934 



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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

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CATALOGUE 



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COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGEESS OF MAECH 3, 1891, 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MAECH 4, 1909 






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PART 3 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



INCLUDING: 

LIST OF COPYRIGHT RENEWALS 



1933 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 28 
No. 1 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1933 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



Explanations to be Noted by Users of This Catalogue 

THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 3, 
containing the entries for musical compositions and dramatico-musisal com- 
positions, is issued at monthly intervals in twelve numbers each year, and 
ij followed by a complete index for the year. The general arrangement is an 
alphabet of the titles of the musical works with certain exceptions explained 
hereafter. The arrangement is alphabetical under the first word of the title 
(except "a," "an," or "the," or the corresponding foreign articles), and a 
grouping at the end of the title alphabet of such titles as will not conveniently 
alphabetize (e. g., titles beginning with numerals, dates, etc.). 

EXCEPTIONS. — (1) In the case of editions of classical music, instead of dis- 
tributing them under the titles, each author's works are brought together by 
an entry under the original composer's name, and for such works search should 
be made in this number under the following names: Bach (Johann Sebastian); 
Beethoven (Ludwig van); Chopin (Frederic Frangois); Gounod (Charles Fran- 
cois); Handel (Georg Friedrich) ; Haydn (Franz Josef)'; Mendelssohn-Bar- 
tholdy (Jacob Ludwig Felix); Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus); Offenbach 
(Jacques); Paganini (Niccolo); Palestrina (Giovanni Pierluigi Santo); Rossini 
(Gioacchino Antonio); Schubert (Franz Peter); Schumann (Robert Alexan- 
der); Tschaikowsky (Peter Iljitch) ; Wagner (Richard). 

(2) COLLECTIONS having general titles, such as " Fiinf studien," " 12 etudes 
elementaires," etc., and pieces published without individual identifying titles, 
but designating the class of musical work (e. g., " waltz," " dance," " march," 
" cantata," " schottische," " nocturne," " impromptu," " sonata," " Stude," 
" study," " exercise," etc., without differentiating words and only identifiable by 
the name of the composer) are entered under the composer's name without cross 
reference from the titles, and search should only be made under the names of 
the composers. 



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EXPLANATIONS TO BE NOTED BY USERS OF THIS CATALOGUE 

Piano music is understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. Titles 
reading "w" and "m" (signifying "words by," "music by") are to be 
understood as songs. Songs are understood to be with piano accompaniment 
unless otherwise stated. 

Tinder the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been 
abrogated, and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for 
entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalogue, the Copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: " E," Class E, Musical 
compositions; " D," Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions; "©" implies copy* 
right registration of a published composition, followed by date of publication; 
"©1 c." stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed by date of 
receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy. 

A list of copyright renewals made for musical compositions under section 24 
of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found at the end of this issue immediately 
following the text. 

The final number, completing the volume, is followed by a full annual index 
to both composers and proprietors. The subscription price for Part 3, which 
must be for the complete calendar year, is $3, payable in advance, to the Super- 
intendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express 
order, or New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress approved May 23, 1928, the prices 
of the various parts of the catalogue are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3. 00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or Periodicals, 

Lectures, and Maps , 3. 00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures 2. 00 

Part 2, Periodicals 2.00 

Part 3, Musical compositions 3.00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations 2. 00 

Single numbers (except Book leaflets) .50 

Annual Indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2. 00 

All parts, for complete calendar year 10. 00, 



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NOTICE 



The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or ar- 
ticles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the Dis- 
trict of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and still remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Office may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that, in so far as any copyright 
articles deposited from January 1, 1920, to December 31, 1928, in- 
clusive, are still remaining in the files of the Copyright Office and are 
not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or to any other gov- 
ernmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles 
may be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such 
claimant prior to December 31, 1933. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical composi- 
tions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or 
photographs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs 
filed for identifying works of art may not be returned. No maps 
are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record 
should make formal request for the return of the articles, which 
must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will 
be supplied on request. Address Register of Copyrights, Library 
of Congress, Washington, D. C. 



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RECIPROCAL PROTECTION OF MUSIC AGAINST UN- 
AUTHORIZED REPRODUCTION BY MECHANICAL 
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 

The United States has established reciprocal copyright protection 
for music against unauthorized reproduction by mechanical musical 
instruments in the case of the countries listed below. The Presi- 
dent's proclamations to this effect were printed in the Catalogue of 
Copyright Entries, Part 3, as follows : 

Australia and the territories of Papua and Norfolk Island, vol.. 
13 (1918), pages vi-viii of no. 5; 

Austria, vol. 17 (1922), pages vii-viii of no. 6, and vol. 20 (1925), 
pages vii-viii of nos. 3-4; 

Belgium, vol. 6 (1911), pages v-vi of no. 7; 

Canada, vol. 18 (1923), pages vi-viii of no. 8; 

Chile, vol. 20 (1925), pages vi-vii of nos. 11-12; 

Cuba, vol. 6 (1911), pages iv-v of no. 12; 

Czechoslovakia, vol. 22 (1927), pages vi-vii of no. 4; 

Denmark, vol. 15 (1920), pages xii-xiv of no. 13; 

Finland, vol. 23 (1928), pages vi-vii of no. 12; 

France, vol. 13 (1918), pages xi-xii of no. 5; 

Germany, vol. 6 (1911), pages vi-vii of no. 7, and vol. 17 (1922), 
pages ix-x of no. 6 ; 

Great Britain, vol. 10 (1915), pages viii-xi of no. 3, and vol. 15 
(1920), pages vi-ix of no. 13; 

Greece, vol. 27 (1932), pages vi-vii of no. 2; 

Hungary, vol. 17 (1922), pages xi-xii of no. 6; 

Irish Free State, vol. 24 (1929), pages vii-viii of no. 9; 

Italy, vol. 10 (1915), pages viii-ix of no. 4, and vol. 17 (1922), 
pages xiii-xiv of no. 6 ; 

Luxemburg, vol. 6 (1911), pages vii-viii of no 7; 

Netherlands, vol. 18 (1923), pages vi-vii of no. 3; 

New Zealand, vol. 12 (1917), pages v-ix of no. 3, and vol. 17 
(1922), pages xv-xix of no. 6; 

Norway, vol. 6 (1911), pages ix-x of no. 7; 

Poland, vol. 22 (1927), pages vi-vii of no. 2; 

Rumania, vol. 23 (1928), pages vi-vii of no. 7; 

Sweden, vol. 15 (1920), pages vi-vii of no. 3; 

Switzerland, vol. 19 (1924), pages vii-viii of nos. 5-6; 

Union of South Africa, vol. 19 (1924), pages vi-vii of nos. 3-4. 



The copyright convention signed at the Fourth International 
American Conference at Buenos Aires on August 11, 1910, was pro- 
claimed by the President of the United States on July 13, 1914. 
This convention is understood to be in effect as between the United 
States and Bolivia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, 
Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, and 
Uruguay. 






MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



Notice. — If the claimant of copyright is the same as the author of words or music, no 
statement of authorship is given. 



A-B-C; song, w Charles Johnson. 
©lc. Jan. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 66355 ; 
Marjorie J. Fairbairn. 1 

A canzone 'e Napule; di Ernesto De 
Curtis, arr. I. Culotta ; orch. parti. 
© Dec. 25, 1932; E for. 27543; So- 
cieta anonima Suvini-Zerboni. 2 

• versi Libero Bovio, m Ernesto De 

Curtis. © Dec. 25, 1932; E for. 
27542; Societa anonima Suvini- 
Zerboni. 3 

A coups de garcette; one-step, paroles 
Henri Diamant-Berger, m Jean Le- 
noir; avec accord de Fukulele. © 
Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 27441; Editions 
Salabert. 4 

'A femmena ; di Ernesto De Curtis, 
arr. Feyder; orch. parti. © Dec. 
25, 1932; E for. 27539; Societa 
anonima Suvini-Zerboni. 5 

versi Rocco Galdieri, m Ernesto 

De Curtis. © Dec. 25, 1932; E for. 
27538; Societa anonima Suvini-Zer- 
boni. 6 

A la bonne franquette; fox-trot, de 
Conduisez moi, madame, paroles 
Rene Pujol et Ch. L. Pothier, m 
Oberfeld; avec accord de l'ukulele. 
© Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 27452; Edi- 
tions Salabert. 7 

Aber russisch muss es sein ; foxtrot, 
w u. m Stephan Weiss u. Friedrich 
Schwarz, arr. Walter Borchert ; 
orch. stimmen. © Apr. 8, 1932; E 
for. 28170; Wiener boMme-verlag, 
G. m. b. H. 8 



klav. arr. Walter Bor- 
chert. © Apr. 8, 1932; E for. 
28169; Wiener boh§me-verlag, G. m. 
b. H. 9 

Abide with me ; arr. for Hawaiian 
guit., ten., melody and ace, in dia- 
gram. © Aug. 1, 1932; E pub. 
34480 ; Harry Scott Kelso. 10 

Abiding (The) King; Christmas pag- 
eant and lyrics, Mattie B. Shannon, 
m Adam Geibel and J. di Capua. © 
Oct. 29, 1932; D 28344; Hall-Mack 
co. 10* 



Absence doesn't make my heart grow 
fonder; w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
25, 1933; E unp, 66736; Lela Long 
Hill. 11 

Abuela (La) de Pichi; schottis, letra 
Vicente Moro, m J. Martin Vidal. 
© Nov. 5, 1932 ; E for. 27895 ; South- 
ern music pub. co., inc. 12 

Ach Rosalinde, komm' besuch' mich 
mal im sommerhaus ; foxtrot, w 
Fritz Rotter, m Margulies u. Holms, 
klav. arr. Walter Borchert. © July 
23, 1931; E for. 28164; Wiener 
boheme-verlag, G. m. b. H. 13 

orch. stimmen. © July 

23, 1931; E for. 28164; Wiener 
boheme-verlag, G. m. b. H. 14 

Achieving faith ; hymn, m Adger M. 
Pace. © Dec. 14, 1932; E pub. 
34430; Laben M. Huff. 15 

Adeste fideles ; English text Frederick 
Oakeley, traditional melody arr. Cyr 
de Brant; 3-pt. song or mixed cho. ; 
pf. or organ ace. © Nov. 18, 1932; 
E pub. 34173 ; Carl Fischer, inc. 16 

Adieu ; by Edward Elgar ; pf . © Jan. 
30, 1933; E for. 28102; Keith, 
Prowse & co., ltd. 17 

Admiral Benbow ; Somerset folk-song, 
ed. and arr. W. H. Reed ; violin and 
pf. © Oct. 13, 1932; E for. 27729; 
Oxford univ. press. 18 

African drums ; w Hazel Kay, m M. J. 
Crusoe. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
65805; Hazel Kroger and Michael 
James Crusoe. 19 

After I've gone away; song. © Dec. 
14, 1932; E pub. 34236; Evelyn 
Maud Guild. 20 

After we've said goodbye; waltz song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 66177 ; 
Sylvia Barden Doane. 21 

After you said goodbye to me; song, 
m T. J. Wickersheim and Art East- 
man. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 
66848; Theodore J. Wickersheim. 

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pt. m, n. s., v. 28 



Again ; waltz song, w Sid Denny. 
©lc. Jan. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 66116 ; 
Morris Goldstein. 23 

Agnew (Roy) Toccata; pf. © Jan. 
14, 1933; E for. 28018; J. & W. 
Chester, ltd. 24 

Ah, eh, dis done ; marche one-step, de 
Par habitude, paroles Jean Manse, 
m G. Ouvrard; avec accord de 
l'ukulele. © Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 
27460; Editions Salabert. 25 

Ah ! l'ammore e che ffa fa' ; di Ernesto 
De Curtis, arr. I. Culotta ; orch. 
parti. © Dec. 25, 1932; E for. 
27545; Societa anonima Suvini-Zer- 
boni. 26 

versi Ernesto Murolo, m Ernesto 

De Curtis. © Dec. 25, 1932 ; E for. 
27544 ; Societa anonima Suvini-Zer- 
boni. 27 

Ah, la biguine; dans La joie de Paris, 
paroles Henry Varna, m Pascal 
Bastia. © Dec. 10, 1932; E for. 
27367; Editions Josephine Baker. 

28 

Aimer, boire et chanter ; valse, Johann 
Strauss, arr. Julien Porret; orch. et 
jazz ptes. © Nov. 1, 1932; E for. 
27839; Heugel. 29 

Ain't it gonna ring no more ; w and m 
Val Burton and Will Jason. © 1 c. 
Jan. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 66566 ; Movie- 
tone music corp. 30 

Ain't it the truth ; w Dorothy Fields, 
m Jimmy McHugh ; with ukulele 
arr. May Singhi Breen. © Jan. 24, 
1933 ; E pub. 34486 ; Mayf air music 
corp-. 31 

Ain't-cha ; pf. with w. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 
1933 ; E unp. 66265 ; Avery Worman. 

32 

Air d'autrefois ; imitation de clavecin 
sur des reminiscences 18 e siecle, 
transcrit Rose Cornaz ; guit. hawa- 
i'enne. © Oct. 1, 1932 ; E for. 27431 ; 
Henry Lemoine et cie. 33 

Air in D minor ; by Henry Purcell, 
arr. Katharine Benham ; percussion 
band pts. and pf., with child con- 
ductor's sc. © Dec. 21, 1932 ; E for. 
27500; Joseph Williams, ltd. 34 

Air out your soul and beat on your big 
bass drum ; song, melody J. Bricken 
and L. Shurr. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66165; Leopold Shurr, Jules 
Bricken and Bob Bricken. 35 



Airs (Les) de Mistinguett ; de divers 
compositeurs, fantaisie-selection 

Francis Salabert ; orch. ptes. © 
June 15, 1932; E for. 27385; Edi- 
tions Salabert. 36 

Airs russes [and] Chants populaires 
de la Hongrie; auteurs inconnus, 
transcrits Rose Cornaz ; guit. hawa- 
ienne. © Oct. 1, 1932 ; E for. 27434 ; 
Henry Lemoine et cie. 37 

Alabama minstrel man ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1933 ; E unp. 66931 ; 
John Raymond Thomson. 38 

Alawa ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1933 ; E 
unp. 65986; Johanna N. Wilcox. 39 

Alba ; serenade, paroles Fernand Beis- 
sier, m Richard Barthelemy. © Dec. 
12, 1932; E for. 27646; Societe an- 
onyme des editions Ricordi. 40 

'Albergo 'e IT allegria ; versi Giuseppe 
Irace, m Salvatore Gambardella. © 
Dec. 31, 1932; E for. 28027; Casa 
editrice F. Bideri. 41 

Alda ; leggenda lirica Giovanni Dro- 
vetti ; opera completa per canto e pf . 
© Dec. 21, 1932 ; E for. 27649 ; Leo- 
poldo Cassone. 42 

Alice blue gown ; waltz, w Joseph Mc- 
Carthy, m Harry Tierney, arr. Will 
D. Moyer ; Hawaiian guit. solo, nota- 
tion and diagram. © Dec. 31, 1932 ; 
E pub. 34281 ; Leo Feist, inc. 43 

Alice in Wonderland ; by Glenn W. 
Ashley; pf. © Dec. 30, 1932; E 
pub. 34146; McKinley music co. 44 

All aboard for dreamland, baby, kiss 
mama and papa goodnight ; waltz, w 
Joe Young, m Abel Baer, arr. Paul 
Weirick; orch. pts. with male trio, 
B. Faighes. © Jan. 3, 1933 ; E pub. 
34285; Leo. Feist, inc. 45 

with ukulele arr. 



© Dec. 27, 1932 ; E pub. 34054 ; Leo 
Feist, inc. 46 

All for my own ; melody and pf . treble. 
with w. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1933; E 
unp. 66818 ; Edgar Nile Leas and 
Mary Edith Denning. 47 

All for you ; song, w Ebba von Munck. 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933 ; E unp. 67044 ; 
John Lofholm. 48 

All I care to have is your love ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 9. 1933 ; E unp. 
66056; Samuel Gerber. 49 

All I want you to say, you love me; 
melody, ©lc. Jan. 9, 1933 ; E unp. 
66018; Bill Culbreth. 50 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 1, 1933 



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All in a day ; melody with pf. ace. © 
1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 66241; 
Perry Richard Bechtel. 51 

All that is mine is yours ; w Jack Yel- 
len, melody Dan Dougherty. © 1 c. 
Jan. 19, 1933; B unp. 66528; De 
Sylva, Brown & Henderson, inc. 52 

All through you ; w Clay Keyes, m 
Turner Layton ; with ukulele arr. © 
Dec. 29, 1932; E for. 27366; Keith, 
Prowse & co., ltd. 53 

All your time; song, m James L. 
Brown; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 65785 ; Jessie E. 
Viesselman. 54 

Alle fugle fl0jter paa en sang om kser- 
lighed ; fra Han Hun og Hamlet, 
tekst Carl Viggo Meincke, m Victor 
Cornelius. © Dec. 17, 1932; E for. 
27629 ; Wilhelm Hansen. 55 

Allegri ballerini ; polka, Freddie Petri ; 
pf . accordion. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66402; Alfred Petri. 56 

Allure; w Lord Byron, m Harry C. 
Banks ; high voice ; in G min. © 
Dec. 2, 1932; E pub. 34041; Oliver 
Ditson co., inc. 57 

Alma mater song Lenoir high school. 
1. Pf. — 2. Vocal quartet. © 1 c. 
each Jan. 27, 1933; E unp. 66868, 
66869; Charles Kermit Bolick. 

58,59 

Alone with my dreams ; song, m Edith 
Lillian Emmerich. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1933; E unp. 66651; Alfred Louis 
Emmerich. 60 

Along the old dream trail ; song. © 1 
c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 65760 ; Myron 
L. Johnson. 61 

Along Washougal's banks I stroll; 
song, m Raymond W. Clarke. © 1 c. 
Dec. 28, 1932; E unp. 66280; Ida 
Austen. 62 

Alpengluhn (Das) ; landler, melodie 
Adalbert Herkner. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1933 ; E unp. 65909 ; Harry Renes. 

63 

Alt-Wien ; by Godowsky, transcribed 
Jascha Heifetz ; violin and pf . © 
Nov. 25, 1932; E pub. 34194; Carl 
Fischer, inc. 64 

Always buy American ; song, arr. Wm. 
M. Doran. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; E 
unp. 67124; Tillie McGuire Doran. 

65 

Always tomorrow; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
18, 1933 ; E unp. 66494 ; Lois Haines. 

66 



Am I in love; w Jimmy Van Loon 
and Don Whittaker, m Jimmy Van 
Loon. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1933 ; E unp. 
66840; James H. Van Loon, jr. 67 

Amazones ; paroles Rene Chalupt, m 
Pierre-Octave Ferroud ; voix de 
femmes, sans ace. © Dec. 1, 1932; 
E for. 28081 ; Durand et cie. 68 

Amelia on the beautiful ocean ; waltz ; 
pf. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933; E unp. 
67082 ; Valentine Balabanor. 69 

America first; pf. treble with w. © 
1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; E unp. 66637; 
Margaret M. Blonder. 70 

America is singing; w Amy Sherman 
Bridgman, m William Arms Fisher; 
full cho. and solo quartet. © Dec. 
1, 1932 ; E pub. 34040 ; Oliver Ditson 
co., inc. 71 

America marches on ; march song, mel- 
ody William W. Taylor. © 1 c. 
Jan. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 66865 ; Julius 
Boland Richner. 72 

American (The) legion march; orch. 
Sc. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 
65817 ; Frank Oliveri. 73 

American lullaby; w and m Gladys 
Rich; med. or high. © Dec. 29, 
1932; E pub. 34401; G. Schirmer, 
inc. 74 

Amor de ciego; bolero, de Santa, letra 
Federico Gamboa, m Juan Alberto 
Villegas. © Oct. 13, 1932; E for. 
27893 ; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

75 

Amour (L') n'est qu'un reve ; valse, 
paroles Ch. L. Pothier et Rene Pujol, 
m Fred Mele et Sodska ; avec accord 
de l'ukulele. © Nov. 1, 1932 ; E for. 
27860; Editions Salabert. 76 

Amour . . . toujours ; tango, de Azor, 
paroles Max Eddy, m Gaston Gaba- 
roche; avec accord de l'ukulele. © 
Nov. 1, 1932! ; E for. 27857 ; Editions 
Salabert. 77 

An der schonen blauen Donau ; walzer, 
text Rudolf Ilgner, m Johann 
Strauss, op. 314, bearb. Viktor Kel- 
dorfer ; mannerchor mit klavier. © 
Oct. 18, 1932 ; E for. 27514 ; A. Cranz. 

78 

And it had to happen to me; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; E 
unp. 66208 ; Anthony J. Muccini. 79 

And now you're gone; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1933 ; E unp. 66824 ; 
Morton Wolff and Jack Mendelsohn. 

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pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



And then ; w Joe Young, m Bernice 
Petkere; with ukulele arc*. May 
Singhi Breen. © Jan. 5, 1933; E 
pub. 34275 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
corp. 81 

Angele; 6/8 one-step, de Marseillaise, 
Rene Sarvil, arr. Francis Salabert; 
orch. ptes. © Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 
27829; Editions Salabert. 82 

Angry (The) father; by Sam Kaylin ; 
pf. conductor. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66982 ; Movietone music corp. 

83 

Anniversaire (L') de l'aieule; canon, 
m Paul Dupin; choeur a 5 voix ; 
sans ace. © Dec. 1, 1932; E for. 
28080'; Durand et cie. 84 

Another day; song. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 
1933; E unp. 65977; Frederick C. 
Russell. 85 

Another waltz, another kiss, another 
dream of love ; song, m James L. 
Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 28, 1933; E unp. 66958; E. F. 
Lohmiller. 86 

Antiche danze ed arie; per liuto, 
trascrizione libera Ottorino Res- 
pighi; orch, d'archi. Partitura. 3* 
suite. © Dec. 19, 1932; E for. 
27635 ; G. Ricordi & co. 87 

Antilla ; rumba Creole, paroles A. 
Beauregard, m Abel Beauregard et 
H. MacKnight; orch. ptes. © Dec. 
17, 1932; E for. 27502; Editions H. 
Benjamin. 88 

Antoinette; fox-trot, de Conduisez- 
moi, madame, paroles Rene Pujol et 
Ch. L. Pothier, m Oberfeld; avec 
accord de l'ukulele. © Oct. 1, 1932 ; 
E for. 27453 ; Editions Salabert. 89 

Any job to-day, Mister; w Fedric 
Ford, melody Earl E. Lawrence. © 
1 c. Jan. 26, 1933; E unp. 66826; 
Pietro Colecchia. 90 

Anything your little heart desires; w 
and melody Jack Little, Dave Oppen- 
heim and Ira Schuster. © 1 c. Jan. 
19, 1933 ; E unp. 66522 ; Santly bros., 
inc. 91 

Anywhere with you ; from Hypnotized, 
w Bernie Grossman, m Desider Josef 
Vecsei ; with ukulele arr. © Dec. 
24, 1932; E pub. 34300; Famous 
music corp. 92 

Apaisement; de Felix Hesse; orch. 
ptes. © Oct 1, 1932; E for. 27398; 
Choudens. 93 



Appeal to reason ; fox trot song. © 
1 c. Jan. 14, 1933 ; E unp. 66886 ; R. 
W. Heinen. 94 

Apple blossom time ; waltz song, arr. 
Alice Gary Longfellow. © Dec. 29, 
1932; E pub. 34057; Earle Taylor 
Rush. 95 

Apuana ; lullaby, w G. W. Harring- 
ton ; mixed voices, a cappella. © 1 
c. Jan. 19, 1933 ; E unp. 66552 ; Rug- 
gero Vene. 96 

Are you calling me ; song. © Jan. 14, 
1933; E pub. 34539; David Kohn. 

97 

Are you happy without my love; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933 ; E 
unp. 65991 ; Frederick A. Bunts. 98 

Argentina ; paso doble, de Danseuses 
pour l'Amerique du Sud, Yatove; 
orch. ptes. © Dec. 1, 1932; E for. 
28071; Choudens. 99 

Arie des Boris Godunow ; v. Modest 
Mussorgsky, konzert - transkription, 
Joachim Stutschewsky ; violoncello 
u. pf. © Dec. 8, 1932 ; E for. 27823 ; 
B. Schott's sohne. 100 

Ariel polka ; by Louis De Francesco ; 
melody with pf. ace. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 
1933; E unp. 66985; Movietone mu- 
sic corp. 101 

Arietta [and] Finale; by Thomas 
Baron Pitfield ; pf. © Nov. 23, 1932 ; 
E for. 27604; Augener, ltd. 102 

Arkansas traveler ; old fiddlers' break- 
down, David W. Guion, orch. Adolf 
Schmid ; orch. pts. © Dec. 30, 1932 ; 
E pub. 34415 ; G. Schirmer, inc. 103 

Aronson (Maurice) Five Christmas 
carols ; arr. M. Aronson. © Nov. 15, 
1932 ; E pub. 34218 ; Art publication 
soc. 104 

Around the world in song ; by Dorothy 
Gordon. © Jan. 3, 1933; A 57902; 
E. P. Dutton & co., inc. 105 

Around you ; w Leo Robin, m Richard 
A. Whiting; with ukulele arr. © 
Dec. 30, 1932 ; E pub. 34071 ; Movie- 
tone music corp. 106 

Art (The) of playing the piano accor- 
dion; by C. Irving Valentine, v. 1. 
© Jan. 16, 1933; AA 112727; M. 
Hohner, inc. 107 

As far as I'm concerned; w and m 
Seymour Morris. © Dec. 30, 1932; 
E pub. 34084: Harms, inc. 108 



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Ascension ; sacred song drama, w 
C. V. H. Vincent; solo contralto, 
ten., bass-bar. and cho. © Nov. 17, 
1932 ; E for. 27890 ; H. Elliott Smith. 

109 

Ashes of love ; song. © Dec. 24, 1932 ; 
E pub. 34266; Clifford C. Brown. 

110 

Ask the professor ; operetta, bk. and 
lyrics Estelle Merrymon Clark, m 
Adele Bohling Lee, ed. Palmer John 
Clark. Vocal sc. and libretto. © 
Jan. 7, 1933; D 28372; Raymond A. 
Hoffman co. 110* 

At Chicago, the great world's fair; w 
and melody. §lc. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E 
unp. 65771 ; Warren H. Adee. Ill 

At home alone with you ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 
66015 ; Frank Littau and Benjamin 
Abert. 112 

At sunset ; w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
14, 1933 ; E unp, 66206 ; Marion Wal- 
ker. 113 

At the end of the way ; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 21, 1933 ; E unp. 66626 ; Grace 
B. Walker. 114 

At the old spinet; rondo, Carl Wil- 
helm Kern, op. 674, no. 1 ; pf . © 
Dec. 30, 1932 ; E pub. 34134 ; McKin- 
ley music co. 115 

At twilight; song, w Frank Conway. 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 66729 ; 
Charles Ryan. 116 

Atmosphere revolutionnaire ; par Ya- 
tove; pf. © Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 
27416; Choudens. ; 117 

Aunt Caroline Dyer blues ; w and mel- 
ody Jennie May Clayton. © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 66479; South- 
ern music pub. co., inc. 118 

Autunno ; di Ernesto De Curtis, arr. I. 
Culotta; orch. parti. © Dec. 25, 
1932 ; E for. 27548 ; Societa anonima 
Suvini-Zerboni. 119 

versi Libero Bovio, m Ernesto 

De Curtis. © Dec. 25, 1932 ; E for. 
27547 ; Societa anonima Suvini-Zer- 
boni. 120 

Ave Maria ; m Serafino Bogatto ; wom- 
en's cho. ; organ ace. © Jan. 11, 
1933 ; E pub. 34386 ; G. Ricordi & co., 
inc. 121 

Ave maris Stella; liturgical text, m 
Martin G. Dumler, op. 34, no. 3 ; sop. 
1, 2 and alto, with organ ace. © 
Dec 31, 1932; E pub. 34227; J. 
Fischer & bro. 122 



Avec l'assurance ; fox trot chanson du 
film, paroles Saint-Granier. © Dec. 
1, 1932; E for. 28045; Ch. Borel- 
Clerc. 123 

Aviatrices ; paroles Rene Chalupt, m 
Pierre-Octave Ferroud ; v o i x de 
femmes, sans ace. © Dec. 1, 1932; 
E for. 28083; Durand et cie. 124 

Awake, awake ; Welsh folk song, arr. 
for mixed cho. w and melody Rob- 
ert Davies, English tr. Steuart 
Wilson. © Dec. 23, 1932; E for. 
27485 ; Gustav Hoist. 125 

Ay Morena ; paso doble, versi E. M. 
Chiappo, m Love ; orch. parti. © 
Sept. 1, 1932 ; E for. 27812 ; Chiappo. 

128 

Azor; rumba, de l'operette, couplets 
Max Eddy, m Gaston Gabaroche; 
avec accord de l'ukulele. © Oct. 1, 
1932; E for. 27410; Editions Sahv 
bert. 127 

B. M. N. music chart; for all instru- 
ments. © Jan. 9, 1933 ; AA 113144 ; 
Bertha Miller Newton. 128 

Baby; w Bud Green and Al Bryan, 
m James V. Monaco, arr. Paul Hill ; 
with ukulele arr. © Jan. 4, 1933; 
E pub. 34153; Green & White, inc. 

129 

Baby boy; m Sylvester Long Cross; 
pf. with w. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; 
E unp. 66266 ; Effie Pomeroy Rignall. 

130 

Baby dear; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1933; E unp. 67117; Bea- 
trice Eccleston Lane. 131 

Baby reminds me of you ; song, m 

Lenard Red Hawk. © 1 c. Jan s 

16, 1933; E unp. 66338; Stella 

Olson. 132 

Bach (Johann Sebastian) Aria: Sav- 
ious Shepherd ; from Church cantata 
no. 92, arr. and ed. W. Gillies 
Whittaker; unison voices. © Dec, 
8, 1932; E for. 27755; Oxford univ, 
press. 133 

Choral prelude; by J. S. Bach 

[and] Chorus ; by A. Borodine : 
transcribed Fabien Sevitzky ; string 
orch., with pf. ad lib. Sc. and pts, 
© Dec. 5, 1932; E pub. 34192; Carl 
Fischer, inc. 134 

Largo; konzert-transkription, 

Joachim Stutschewsky ; violoncello 
u. pf . © Dec. 8, 1932 ; E for. 27817 ; 
B. Schott's sohne. 135 



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Bach (Johann Sebastian) — Continued. 

Mein herze glaubt; aria from 

Cantata no. 75, transcribed Herbert 
Murrill ; pf. © Oct. 23, 1932 : E for. 
27764; Oxford univ. press. 136 

■ Mortify us by Thy grace ; chorale 

from Cantata no. 22. transcribed 
Guy Weitz; organ © Jan. 14, 
1933 ; E for. 28017 ; J. & W. Chester, 
ltd. 137 

■ Passacaglia ; revue et transcrite 

librement d'apres la version origi- 
nale pour orgue par Theodore- 
Szanto ; pf. : en ut min. © Sept. 
1, 1932; E for. 27672; Editions 
Salabert. 138 

Praeludium ; aus dem Wohltem- 

perierten klavier, konzert-transkrip- 
tion, Joachim Stutschewsky ; violon- 
cello u. pf . © Dec. 8, 1932 ; E for. 
27818; B. Schott's sohne. 139 

Siciliano ; konzert-transkription, 

Joachim Stutschewsky ; violoncello u. 
pf. © Dec. 8, 1932 ; E for. 27819 ; B. 
Schott's sohne. 140 

■ Was Gott thut, das ist wohlge- 

than ; chorale from Cantata no. 75, 
transcribed Herbert Murrill; pf. 
© Oct. 23, 1932; E for. 27765; Ox- 
ford univ. press. 141 

Bacio (Un) ; slow-fox. versi Peppino 
Mendes, m Mario Mariotti [and] 
L'edera ; tango, versi e m P. Mendes 
e A. Lao-Schor : orch. Virgilio Ripa ; 
piccola orch. parti. © Nov. 28, 
1932 ; E for. 27553 ; A. & G. Carisch 
& c. 142 

Back in circulation now ; w Jimmie 
Schaefer, melody Jimmie Bright. 
© 1 c. Nov. 15, 1932 ; E unp. 64007 ; 
James V. Bright and James M. 
Schaefer. 143 

Back to Montana and you : w Ida 
M. Short, and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
26, 1933 ; E unp. 66832 ; Alfred Mes- 
mer. 144 

Back to old Missouri; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933 ; E unp. 67042 ; 
Mabel V. Cessna. 145 

Back to you; song. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 
1932; E imp. 65757; Richard Ru- 
dolph. 146 

Bad reputation ; w and melody Flem- 
ing-Townsend. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66430; Southern music pub. 
CO.. inc. 147 



Ballet of the butterflies ; by Dorothy 
BeU Briggs ; pf . © Jan. 5. 1933 ; E 
pub. 34290; B. F. Wood music co. 

148 

Ballinadrae ; Irish lilt song, w and m 
Gerald Morrison. © Dec. 15, 1932 ; 
E for. 27619 ; Reynolds and co. 149 

Ballo (II) delle ingrate; di Claudio 
Monteverdi, testo Ottavio Rinuccini, 
trascrizione ed istrumentazione 
Alceo Toni. Partitura d'orch. © 
Dec. 29, 1932; E for. 27637; G. 
Ricordi & co. 150 

Bandits (The) ; melody Max Steiner. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 66434; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 151 

Bandwagon (The) blues; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933 : E unp. 
66812 ; Reb. Raney and Perry Hettel. 

152 

Bang (Maia) violin course; by M. 
Bang. bk. 3. © Dec. 29, 1932 ; AA 
112804; G. Schirmer, inc. 153 

Bapteme (Le) du Prince Charmant; 
conte musical, poeme L. Fortolis, m 
Georges Brum op. 134. Partition 
pf. et chant. © Dec. 1, 1932 ; E for. 
28062 ; Henry Lemoine et cie. 154 

Barbary ; w of old ballad, m Desmond 
MacMahon. © Dec. 30, 1932 ; E for. 
27489 ; Novello & co., ltd. 155 

Barcarolle ; von Alexander Steinert ; 
pf. © Nov. 5, 1932; E for. 27950; 
Universal edition, a. g. 156 

Barcarole ; aus Der tanzende Shy- 
lock, text Geza Herczeg u. Leo 
Straus, in Erwin Straus, erl. klav- 
ier arr. Hans Schneider. © Nov. 
28, 1932 ; E for. 27999 ; Ludwig Dob- 
linger (Bernhard Herzmansky). 157 

Barnyard blues; fox-trot, D. J. La 
Rocca, arr. Jimmy Dale ; orch. pts. 
© Jan. 12, 1933 ; E pub. 34351 ; Leo 
Feist, inc. 158 

Barren woods; by Colin Taylor; pf. 
© Dec. 6, 1932; E for. 27607; Au- 
gener, ltd. 159 

Barter ; song, w Sara Teasdale. © 
1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; E unp. 67014; 
Ella Beatrice Shaw. 160 

Bartok (Bela) Zwanzig ungarische 
volkslieder ; deutsche ubersetzung 
R. St. Hoffmann, m B. Bartok. heft 
4. © July 14, 1932; E for.. 27901; 
Universal edition, a. g. 161 



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Bashful baby ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 66781 ; Stepha- 
nia A. Zarow. 162 

Basses et chants donnes aux concours 
des classes d'harmonie, annee 1932; 
de Georges Becker, Georges Hue et 
Max d'Ollone. © Nov. 1, 1932; 
E for. 27842 ; Heugel. 163 

Bat and ball; by J. Hullah Brown; 
percussion band sc. and pts., with 
violin and pf. © Dec. 14, 1932; 
E for. 27566; Joseph Williams, ltd. 

164 

Baulin water blues; w and melody 
Victoria Spivey and Anna House, 
pt. 1, 2. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
66406 ; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

165 

Beatitudes (The) ; anthem, from St. 
Matthew, m Arthur B. Jennings; 
mixed voices, organ ace. © Dec. 
31, 1932; E pub, 33494; H. W. 
Gray co. 166 

Beau (Le) Danube bleu; de J. 
Strauss, arr. Yatove; orch. ptes. 
© Oct. 1, 1932 ; E for. 27396 ; Chou- 
dens. 167 

valse, Johann Strauss, arr. Ju- 
lian Porret; orch. et jazz ptes. © 
Nov. 1, 1932 ; E for. 27836 ; Heugel. 

168 

Beauteous morn; 2-pt. song, w Oliver 
Wendell Holmes, m Edward Ger- 
man, arr. H. A. Chambers ; sop. 1, 
2, © Jan. 20, 1933 ; E for. 27992 ; 
Novello & co., ltd. 169 

Beautiful dreamer ; song, Stephen C. 
Poster, arr. William Hodson. © 
Dec. 30, 1932; E pub. 34103; Theo- 
dore Presser co. 170 

Beautiful (The) eye of the nite ; w 
and m Carroll Barbour. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 66887; Lucy 
B. Stephens. 171 

Beautiful isle of love ; w Max C. 
Freedman, m Charles H. Maskell. 
© Dec. 19, 1932 ; E pub. 34482 ; Mor- 
ris music pub. co. 172 

Beautiful Mourne mountains ; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65997; 
Margaret Colvin. 173 

Beautiful (The) past; w and m Eu- 
genia B. Buckman. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1933; E unp. 66899; Belvena G. 
Eastlick. 174 

Beautiful Rose of Broadway ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933; E 
unp. 66604 ; Frank McGuinness. 175 



Beautiful, wonderful, gorgeous, I'm so 
in love with you; w and m Jimmie 
Lipet. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
65799; James Lipet. 176 

Because I have known you; song, m 
Sylvester Long Cross. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1933; E unp. 66036; Nina Pride 
Hoag. 177 

Because you're mean to me ; pf . with 
w. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1933; E unp. 
65882; Helen S. Cassidy. 178 

Bee ; one-step, melody ; in D min. © 
1 c. Jan. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 66130 ; An- 
ton Keresztes. 179 

Bees and roses; by Carl Wilhelm 
Kern, op. 678, no. 3, ed. Rudolph 
Magin ; violin and pf. © Dec. 30, 
1932 ; E pub. 34106 ; Theodore Pres- 
ser co. 18ft 

Beethoven (Ludwig van) Scherzo; 
from sonata op. 2, no. 3, scored 
William C. Schoenfeld ; wood-winds 
and pf. Sc. and pts. © Dec. 31, 
1932 ; E pub. 34076 ; M. Witmark & 
sons. 181 

Before that last goodnight; w Roy 
Turk, melody J. Fred Coots. © 1 c. 
Jan. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 65971 ; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc. 182 

Behind the hills; w and melody Bob 
Miller and Jack Erickson. © 1 c. 
Jan. 5, 1933; E unp. 65894; De, 
Sylva, Brown & Henderson, inc. 

183 

Behind the tulips ; romance, Ernest 
Harry Adams ; pf. © Dec. 28, 1932 ; 
E pub. 34160 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co. 

184 

Bei den marlonetten; zwolf kinder- 
stiicke, Ignaz Friedman ; pf. © Oct. 
22, 1932; E for. 27955; Universal 
edition, a. g. 185 

Bei mir da hangste iiber meinem bett ; 
foxtrot, w A. Stone u. Friedrich 
Schwarz, m Alex Stone u. W. Bor- 
chert arr. Walter Borchert ; orch. 
stimmen. © Apr. 11, 1932; E for. 
27124 ; Wiener boheme-verlag, G. 
m. b. H. 18S 

klavier arr. W. Bor- 
chert. © Apr. 11, 1932; E for. 
28134 ; Wiener boheme-verlag, G. m. 
b. H. 187 

Believe in me ; w J. Zaccone, melodv 
F. Clarke. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1933; 
E unp. 66554 ; Joseph Zaccone and 
Fred Clarke. 188 



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Believe me, dear; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1933; E unp. 65918; 
L. E. Vanderlip and Woodbury 
Camp. 189 

Bell-man (The) ; song, w Robert Her- 
rick. © Nov. 17, 1932 ; E for. 27779 ; 
Leonard Pascoe- Williams. 190 

Bell song; by William M. Felton ; pf. 
© Dec. 30. 1932; E pub. 34129; 
McKinley music co. 191 

Bella (La) campagniola ; polck, inelo- 
dia V. Cesarino. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1933; E unp. 66333; Joseph Cera- 
bino. 192 

Belle gitane ; valse, paroles E. Recagno, 
m Mimi Recagno; avec accord de 
lukulele. © Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 
27456; Editions Salabert. 193 

Belle of my heart; fox trot song. © 
1 c. Jan. 18, 1933; E unp. 66919; 
Elvira Leduskukain. 194 

Beneath the summer moon with you ; 
song, w B. Bristow Owsley. © 1 c. 
Jan. 27, 1933 ; E imp. 66877 ; George 
Goldkette. 195 

Beneath the sunny sky of Porto Rico; 
song. © 1 c. Jan. 3 r 1933; E unp. 
65800 ; Alfonso Ardin. 196 

Benedicite, omnia opera ; abbreviated 
form, with Gloria ; mixed voices, in 
G. © Dec. 16, 1932; E for. 27943; 
T. H. Spinney. 197 

Benjamin (Arthur) Concerto; violin 
and pf. Pf. sc. © Nov. 3, 1932; E 
for. 27772 : Oxford univ. press. 198 

Berceuse; by Norah Marriott; pf. © 
July 28, 1932 ; E for. 27743 ; Oxford 
univ. press. 199 

violin. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933; E 

unp. 66490 ; William J. Simon. 200 

■ violin and pf. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 

1933; E unp. 665S8 ; George E. 
Gamble. 201 

Berceuse russe ; de Marcel Tournier. 
op. 40; harpe. © Nov. 1, 1932; E 
for. 27883; Henry Lemoine et cie. 

202 

Berea beloved ; w and m Raymond M. 
Cable and Wilfred P. Johnston. © 
Dec. 17, 1932; E pub. 34287; Berea 
college. 203 

Beside the idle summer sea ; by Colin 
Taylor; pf. © Dec. 6, 1932; E for. 
27606; Augener, ltd. 204 



Best (Ted R.) Six new Christmas 
songs; hymns. © Dec. 1, 1932; E 
pub. 33953; Charles O'Connor and 
Ted R. Best. 205 

Beta pi chapter song ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
23, 1933; E unp. 66687; James Gus- 
tave Golseth. 206 

Bethlehem star; melody with pf. ace. 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 66397 ; 
Theodore A. Dilday. 207 

Beverly Louise Lu; fox trot song. © 
1 c. Jan. 18, 1933; E unp. 66920; 
Louise Bingham. 208 

Bewild'ring dreams; w and m Mar- 
garet Hess. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; 
E unp. 65808 ; Jack S. Smith. 209 

Bi iis im Barnerland ; Emmentaler 
sennenleben im friihling, sommer, 
herbst u. winter, zusammengestellt 
und hrsg. in jodel r lied und wort, 
bd. 8. © Oct. 1, 1932 ; E for. 27960 ; 
Oskar Fr. Schmalz. 210 

Bidding farewell ; m Sylvester Long 
Cross; pf. with w. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 
1933; E unp. 66248; Walter Clair 
Thompson. 211 

Bide-more alma mater ; melody Harold 
Lewis. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
66407 ; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

212 

Billboard lady ; w and melody Don 
Connor. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933 ; E unp. 
65948; Don G. Connor. 213 

Bimba, senza l'amore ; canzone tango, 
da L'amore dei due re, parole Fal- 
coni e Biancoli, m Gemma Anna 
Bixio. © Dec. 25, 1932; E for. 
27530; Societa anonima Suvini-Zer- 
boni. 214 

Bimbe belle ; fox, versi E. M. Chiappo, 
m Domenico Bazan, arr. Gino Filip- 
pini; orch. parti. © Sept. 1, 1932; 
E for. 27810 ; Chiappo. 215 

Bimbi di nessuno ; giava-valzer, parole 
A. R. Borella, m Giuseppe Rampoldi 
e A. R. Borella ; pf. © Nov. 1, 1932 ; 
E for. 27815; G. Rampoldi. 216 

Bionda signora ; versi e m Vittorio De 
Crescenzo. © Jan. 18, 1933 ; E pub. 
34421 ; G. Ricordi & co., inc. 217 

Bird song ; w Victor Hugo, m Frank 
La Forge. © Jan. 14, 1933 ; E pub. 
34365 ; G. Ricordi & co., inc. 218 

Birds (The) of Nazareth; w Josepha 
Virginia Evans, m Lowell Patton, 
arr. G. Ackley B rower ; mixed quar- 
tet or cho. © Nov. 18, 1932 ; E pub. 
34171 ; Carl Fischer, inc. 219 



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Black-eyed Susan Brown ; w Herb 
Magidson, m Al Hoffman and Al 
Goodhart ; with ukulele arr. © Jan. 
19, 1933; E pub. 34451; Sherman, 
Clay & co. 220 

Blanchet ( E. R. ) Treize etudes ; op. 
53 ; pf . ; main gauche seule. © Oct. 
5, 1932 ; E for. 27925 ; Editions Max 
Eschig. i 221 

Bleib' mir treu ; tango, Henry Love, 
text Beda, arr. Heinz Sandauer ; 
salonorch. stimmen. © Oct. 22, 
1931 ; E for. 28118 ; Wiener boheme- 
verlag, G. m. b. H. 222 

w Beda, m Llenry Love. © 

Oct. 22, 1931 ; E for. 28168 ; Wiener 
boh§me-verlag, G.m.b.H. 223 

Blind (The) troubedour [sic] ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1933 ; E unp. 
65844 ; Steve Lovas. 224 

Blomst (Den) jeg bser'i min tr0je ; 
tekst Ola Isene, m Walther Schroder. 
© Dec. 17, 1932 ; E for. 27630 ; Wil- 
helm Hansen. 225 

Blonde Clare ; tango, text Fritz Rot- 
ter, m Juan Llossas. © Feb. 24, 
1931 ; E for. 28090 ; Wiener boheme- 
verlag, Otto Hein. 226 

Blotto ; by Hugo Friedhofer and Wil- 
liam Kernell, arr. R. H. Bassett ; pf . 
conductor. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933; 
E unp. 66373 ; Movietone music corp. 

227 

Blow, breeze, blow ; w Jack Meskill, m 
Robert Bagar ; with ukulele arr. 
Geo. R. Holman. © Jan. 3, 1933; 
E pub. 34158; Ager, Yellen & Born- 
stein, inc. 228 

Blue Caribbean sea ; English, Mar- 
jorie Harper, Spanish, and m Ern- 
esto Lecuona. © Jan. 10, 1933; E 
pub. 34316 ; Edward B. Marks music 
corp. 229 

Blue 'cause of you ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 18, 1933; E unp. 66508; 
Jack W. Kyle. 230 

Blue little dreams ; w Mary Hale 
Woolsey, with melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
23, 1933; E unp. 66809; Norman 
Nathan. 231 

Blue Monday; fox-trot, Fred C. Stout- 
enburg, arr. Will D. Moyer ; guit. © 
Dec. 31, 1932; E pub. 34021; Fred 
Heltman co. 232 

Blue paradise ; w and m Kaye Victor, 
arr. Morry King. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1933; E unp. 66134; Walter Kaye 
Schatzman. 233 



Blues ; by Tony Loraine ; melody, with 
pf. ace. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933 ; E unp. 
67090; Antonio Lora. 234 

Blume (Die) von Hawaii; grosses pot- 
pourri, m Paul Abraham, arr. Nico 
Dostal; pf. mit text. © Feb. 19. 
1932; E for. 28013; Doremi musik- 
verlag, a.g. 235 

Blush (The) of dawn ; valse lente 
Carl Wilhelm Kern, op. 674, no. 2 
pf . © Dec. 30, 1932 ; E pub. 34132 
McKinley music co. 236 

Bo-bi (The) craze; w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 26, 1933; E unp. 66817; 
George Sherzer. 237 

Bohemios; tango, letra y m Luis Ar- 
caraz. © Oct. 1, 1932 ; E for. 27938 ; 
A. Wagner y Levien sues., s. en c. 

238 

Bon voyage ; musical comedy, libretto 
and lyrics Helen Stilwell, m E. J. 
Gatwood. © Oct. 14, 1932 ; D 28367 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc. 

238* 

Bonheur (Le) est sur notre chemin ; 
du film Une auto et pas l'sou, paroles 
Jean Rodor, m Jean Yatove. © Nov. 
1, 1932 ; E for. 27882 ; Choudens. 

239 

Book (The) of life; w and melody F. 
W. McGee. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1933; E 
unp. 66470 ; Southern music pub. co., 
inc. 240 

Boost for the Red, White and Blue; 
w Larry Yoell, melody Bob Spencer. 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 66351 ; 
Villa Moret, inc. 241 

Booth (Chris. H. H.) Two preludes; 
arr. Chris. H. H. Booth ; organ, no. 
1 in C, Rimbault.— no. 2, in F, W. F. 
Taylor. © Jan. 20, 1933; E pub. 
34464; Robin Ellis. 242 

Boston (The) man; w and m A. Coch- 
rane and Mac Hanger. © 1 c. Jan. 
3, 1933 ; E unp. 65795 ; Archie Coch- 
rane. 243 

Bouncing play-ball ; by Nell Darnell 
Crane ; pf. © Dec. 31, 1932 ; E pub. 
34059; Shattinger piano & music co. 

244 

Bountiful Katie; song. © Dec. 31, 
1932 ; E pub. 34031 ; Samuel A. Bro- 
cato. 245 

Boutonniere (A) I give to you; w and 
m Mary Nash Weisheit. © 1 c. Jan. 
16, 1933 ; E unp. 66381 ; Mary Flem- 
ing Nash Weisheit. 246 



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Bow-wow (The) ball; w Edward Hey- 
man, melody Boyd Bunch. © 1 c. 
Jan. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 66372 ; Famous 
music Corp. 247 

Boy (The) who never came home; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1933; 
E unp. 66167; Floyd Wilson Stam- 
baugh. 248 

Brakeman on engine sixty three: w 
and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933; 
E unp. 66580; William Eberhardt, 
jr. 249 

Brave and watchful : march, Fabian 
Lopez ; band pts. © Nov. 14, 1932 ; 
E pub. 34189 ; Carl Fischer, inc. 250 

Brave (Der) sunder; schlager, w Fritz 
Rotter, m Nicol. Brodszky. © Oct. 
20, 1931; E for. 28153; Wiener bo- 
heme-verlag, G. in. b. H. 251 

Bread line blues ; slow fox-trot song. 
© 1 c. Dec. 27, 1932 : E unp. 66629 ; 
Lionel Bell Jameson and Norman 
Powell Horton. 252 

Brilliant (The) Hawaiian rainbow; 
sons:, arr. G. F. Lawrence. © 1 c. 
Jan. 23, 1933; E unp. 66692; T. 
Brooke Amiss, jr. 253 

Bring back again the golden beer; 
song. arr. Charles Coleman. © Jan. 
3, 1933; E pub. 34043; Daniel F. 
Fogarty. 254 

Bring on the new ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
23, 1933; E unp. 66640; Arthur 
Dwight Allen. 255 

Broadway (The) limited: by Emil 
Leonard; pf. © Dec. 30, 1932; E 
pub. 34248 : Theodore Presser co. 

256 

Broken barriers ; hymn, w Anna Lou- 
ise Norris, m Haldor Lillenas. © 
Jan. 20, 1933; E pub. 34536; Lille- 
nas pub. co. 257 

Broken dreams ; song, w B. Caldwell. 
P. J. Ervin and G. T. Martin. © 1 
c. Jan. 23, 1933; E unp. 66634: 
George J. Cavanaugh. 258 

w Ida M. Allison, and melody. © 

1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; E unp. 66770; 
Ellen Hardgrove. 259 

Broken promise : song, melody Robert 
Gooding. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1933; E 
unp. 66169; Roger Connolly. 260 

Broken (A) rosary; w Lou Klein, m 
Will S. Dillon ; with ukulele arr. 
May SingM Breen. © Jan. 5, 1933; 
E pub. 34276 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
corp. 261 



Broken winged angel; song, melody 
Eva Capell. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1983; 
E unp. 66066; Helen Carolyn Wea- 
ver. 262 

Broken wings; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1933; E unp. 66510; Harker F. 
Thomas. 263 

Brother Ezra and Sister Susan ; w and 
melody F. Crumit and Billy Curtis. 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1933 ; E unp. 66723 ; 
Frank Crumit. 264 

Brother James' air ; arr., with descant, 
Gordon Jacob. © Nov. 17, 1932; 
E for. 27754; Oxford univ. press. 

265 

Brownie capers ; first book for visuola 
class or private piano with w. © 
Oct. 1. 1930: AA 111941; Bernice 
Rose Copeland. 266 

Brunelli C Peter) Three festival open- 
ings ; pf. conductor. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 
1933 : E unp. 66972 ; Movietone mu- 
sic corp. 267 

Bugle march ; by Arthur Lange ; 2 
trumpets and drums, conductor. © 
1 c. Jan. 20, 1933; E unp. 66970; 
Movietone music corp. 268 

Bumble-bee (The) ; by Rimsky-Korsa- 
koff. arr. Jascha Heifetz ; violin and 
pf . © Nov. 10, 1932 ; E pub. 34195 ; 
Carl Fischer, inc. 269 

Bunkers (The) ; musical farce, w S. G. 
Bishop, m S. G. and J. B. Bishop. 
Complete sc. © 1 c. Nov. 25, 1932 ; 
D 28362 ; Samuel George Bishop. 

269* 

Buona notte, Billie ; slow fox-trot, 
letra Michele Galdieri, m Dan Cas- 
lar. 1. Pf.— 2. Mandolino.— 3. Orch. 
pti.. arr. G. Bonnard. © Oct. 20, 
1932; E for. 27344-27346; Fratelli 
Curci. 270-272 

Burlesque ; melody Max Steiner. © 1 
c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 66435 ; South- 
ern music pub. co., inc. 273 

But I'll never get enough of you ; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933 ; E unp. 66888 ; 
Vernon Elliott Magee. 274 

But I'm going to tell that doctor he 
made a big mistake; song. © 1 c 
Jan. 30. 1933; E unp. 67053: Eva 
Delia White Wakelee. 275 

But that was yesterday; w and m 
Kaye Victor, arr. Morry King. © 
1 c. Jan. 11, 1933; E unp. 66135; 
Walter Kaye Schatzman. 276 



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But think of the fun we had ; w Ned 
Wever, m Milton Ager ; with uku- 
lele arr. Geo. R. Holman. © Jan. 
3, 1933 ; E pub. 34159 ; Ager, Yellen 
& Bornstein, inc. 277 

Buttercups and daisies; by J. Hullah 
Brown ; percussion band and violin, 
sc. and pts., with pf., and child- 
conductor's sc. © Dec. 14, 1932; E 
for. 27574; Joseph Williams, ltd. 

278 

Buy American ; march ; pf . © 1 c. 
Jan. 24, 1933; E unp. 66720; Alex- 
ander Louis Daniele. 279 

march song, arr. Ida Richie. © 

1 c. Jan. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 65964 ; Olive 
Finney. 280 

song. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1933; E 

unp. 66725 ; Will A. Peters. 281 

w and m Bob Emmerich. © 1 c. 

Jan. 10, 1933 ; E unp, 66087 ; Robert 
Emmerich. 282 

w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 

1933; E unp. 65925; Art Kassel. 

283 

w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 

1933; E unp. 66017; Bob Miller. 

284 

w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 

1933 ; E unp. 66225 ; Fred Hager and 
Justin Ring. 285 

w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 

1933; E unp. 66693; Tillie McGuire 
Doran. 286 

Buy American and good times will 

come through ; w and melody Al 

1 Lewis and Al Sherman. © 1 c. 

Jan. 7, 1933; E unp, 65969; De Syl- 

va, Brown & Henderson, inc. 287 

Buy American and good times will 
come thru' ; w Al Lewis, m Al Sher- 
man ; with ukulele arr. © Jan. 14, 
1933; E pub. 34358; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc. 288 

Buy American, please ; fox-trot, w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1933; E 
unp. 66962; Alfred Scriven. 289 

By the moss covered grave on the hill ; 
w Tom Kennedy and Dick Sanford, 
m Geo. B. McConnell ; pf. treble. © 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1933; E unp. 67096; 
Nattrass-Schenck, inc. 290 1 

By the side of my mother; w and 
melody anon. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66767; Rachel K. Carey. 

291 



C'est fou ce qu'on peut faire; one- 
step, d'Azor, couplets Max Eddy, m 
Gaston Gabaroche; avec accord de 
l'ukulele. © Nov. 1, 1932; E for. 
27868; Editions Salabert. 292 

C'est le chat; bluette villageoise, Su- 
zette Desty, m Robert Pizani. © 
July 1, 1932 ; E for. 27380 ; Editions 
Salabert. 293 

C'est le printemps ; valse de Si tu 
veux, paroles Ch. L. Pothier et 
Andre Hugon, m Raoul Moretti ; 
avec accord de l'ukulele. © Oct. 1, 
1932; E for. 27449; Editions Sala- 
bert. 294 

C'est toujours le passe; blues, de 
Conduisez-moi madame, paroles 
Rene Pujol et Ch. L. Pothier, m 
Oberfeld; avec accord de l'ukulele. 
© Oct. 1, 1982; E for. 27451; Edi- 
tions Salabert. 295 

C'est un petit camarade ; one-step, de 
Azor, paroles Max Eddy, m Gaston 
Gabaroche ; avec accord de l'ukulele. 
© Nov. 1, 1932; E for. 27855; Edi- 
tions Salabert. 296 

C'est vous que j'aime ; fox-trot, paroles 
E. Recagno, m Roger Dumas ; avec 
accord de l'ukulele. © Oct, 1, 1932 ; 
E for. 27459; Editions Salabert. 

297 

Qsl gaze; 6/8 one-step, paroles Max 
Eddy et Andre Heuze, m Constan- 
tino Ferri ; avec accord de l'ukulele. 
© Nov. 1, 1932; E for. 27869; Edi- 
tions Salabert. 298 

California's got it ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 66041; 
Mabel Cessna and Ula Rose. 299 

Call (The) of Easter; Easter service, 
compiled Ira B. Wilson, w Valeria 
R, Lehman, m E. V. Strasbaugh, 
Carolyn R. Freeman and others. © 
Jan. 16, 1933 ; E pub. 34554 ; Lorenz 
pub. co. 300 

Call of the wild; song, arr. Blanche 
Springer Gibson. © 1 c. Nov. 26, 
1932 ; E unp. 66376 ; Tom Emmet. 

301 

Calvary ; hymn, w B. Carradine, m L. 
L. Pickett, arr. W. W. Combs ; mixed 
voices. © Jan. 2, 1933; E pub. 
34148 ; John H. Brunner. 302 

Lenten cantata, w and m Ernest 

H. Sheppard ; mixed voices, with 
ten., bar. and bass solos; organ ace. 
Voc. sc. © Jan. 21, 1933 ; D 27375 ; 
Theodore Presser co. 302* 



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Calvary's blessings in song ; hymns, w 
and m Mrs. Walter G. Taylor and 
others. © Nov. 12, 1932; E pub. 
34338 ; Ethelwyn Robinson Taylor. 

303 

Camp (The) fire; melody Max Steiner. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 66436 ; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 304 

Campagne normande ; par Van Hoore- 
beke et Yatove ; pf. © Oct. 1, 1932 ; 
E for. 27417; Choudens. 305 

Canadian (The) Rockies ; song. © 1 
c. Jan. 14, 1933 ; E unp. 66271 ; Leroy 
Fairbanks. 306 

Cancans ; de Raymond Berner ; pf., 4 
mains. © July 1, 1932 ; E for. 27682 ; 
Editions Salabert. 307 

Cancion de la noche del mar ; romance, 
letra Ruben Dario, English and 
French tr. Ariadne Holmes Edwards, 
m Luis A. Delgadillo. © Jan. 30, 
1933 ; E pub. 34546 ; Sherman square 
music pub. co. 308 

Can't we at least be friends ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 
66683; Hildegarde Blegstad and 
Eleanor Blegstad. 309 

Can't we still be friends ; song, melody 
Josephine Bose. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1933 ; E unp. 67088 ; Philip Gross. 

310 

Can't you see I'm lonely ; song, melody 
Stan Tucker. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66682; Jack C. Bullock. 

311 

Canto solo per te ; versi Michele Gal- 
dieri, m Donald Caslar. 1. Pf.— 2. 
Mandolin sc. © 1 c. Oct. 22, 1 c. 
Dec. 29, 1932; E unp. 66144, 66145; 
Fratelli Curci. 312,313 

Canzone (La) del cane; song, melodia 
Dominick Ietti. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66656 ; Maria Gattieri. 314 

Canzone 'e mala vita ; versi Libero 
Bovio, m Ernesto De Curtis. '© 
Dec. 25, 1932; E for. 27551 ; Societa 
anonima Suvini-Zerboni. 315 

Cape Breton isle; waltz, w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 66231; 
Paul Madison Kniskern. 316 

Carillon ; by Eric H. Thiman ; organ. 
© Dec. 28, 1932; E for. 27495; No- 
vello & co., ltd. 317 

Christmas suite, no. 3, Garth Ed- 

mundson ; organ! © Dec. 28, 1932; 
E pub. 34064 ; H. W. Gray co. 318 



Caroline; song. © Dec. 12, 1932; E 
pub. 34114 ; Charlton Alexander. 

319 

Carolinette; violin. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 
1933 ; E unp. 66223 ; Harry Ludwig. 

320 

Carry me way down home ; pf . with w. 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1933 ; E unp. 66834 ; 
Lucille Pierce Ferguson. 321 

Castelnuovo-Tedesco (Mario) Sonata; 
June 25, 1932 ; E for. 27902 ; Univer- 
sal edition, a. g. 322 

Castle of stars ; fox trot song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 66889; Eliza- 
beth Thompson. 323 

Castles in Spain ; song, w Ten Eyck 
Van Deusen. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; 
E unp. 65881; Peter Otto Wieden- 
keller. 324 

'Cause I'm listening ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
9, 1933 ; E unp. 66290 ; Marguerite L. 
Schnider. 325 

Cavalcade; incl. Fate motif, L. E. De 
Francesco, arr. Arthur Lange ; pf. 
conductor. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933 ; E 
unp. 66976 ; Movietone music Corp. 

326 

w Reginald Berkeley, m L. E. De- 
Francesco ; mixed cho., unacc. © 1 
c. Jan. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 66971 ; Movie- 
tone music corp. 327 

Cavalier song ; unison, w Robert 
Browning, m May Sarson. © Jan. 
20, 1933 ; E for. 27977 ; Novello & co., 
ltd. 328 

Ce soir, ce soir, cherie ; w Harry Kahn, 
m Frangois. © Jan. 14, 1933 ; E 
pub. 34364 ; Harms, inc. 329 

Cease to remember ; song, Sylvester 
Long Cross; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 
1933; E unp. 66269; Violet Oehring 
Stamper. 330 

Cello moderne; by L. A. Schmit ; cello 
and pf. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1933 ; E unp. 
66718 ; Lucien Alexander Schmit. 

331 

Centurv of progress; march; pf. © 
Jan. 17, 1933 ; E pub. 34392 ; Frank 
W. Geiger. 332 

Chain (A) of wonder; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933 ; E unp. 66992 ; 
Leon C. Webster. 333 

Chandolin; romantic prelude and 
fugue, Norman Fraser; pf. © Jan. 
14, 1933; E for 28015; J. & W. 
Chester, ltd. 334 



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Chanson grecque ; Greek folk-tune, 
harmonized and arr. Amedeo de Fi- 
lippi; violin and pf. © Dec. 29, 
1932; E pub. 34402; G. Schirmer, 
inc. 335 

Chansons d'un sou; paroles Simonne 
Ratel, m Georges Soudry. © Dec. 
1, 1932; E for. 28047; Heugel. 336 

Chant du soir ; by Alberto Jonas, op. 
21, no. 5; pf. © Dec. 9, 1932; E 
pub. 34211 ; Carl Fischer, inc. 337 

Chant kabyle; Berber folk-tune, har- 
monized and arr. Amedeo de Filippi ; 
violin and pf. © Dec. 29, 1932; E 
pub. 34403; G. Schirmer, inc. 338 

Chant lyrique; de Fernande Breilh- 
Decruck, op. 69; saxophone alto, mi 
bemol et ace. de pf. © Dec. 12, 
1932; E for. 28011; Maurice De- 
cruck. 339 

Chant of the Hindu ; arr. Nila Menen- 
dez; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; E 
unp. 66784 ; Hernan Rodriguez. 340 

Chaos in jazzland ; by Arthur Lange ; 
pf. conductor. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66975 ; Movietone music corp. 

341 

Chardons (Les) de Verdun; marche 
sur les motifs de l'Hymne lorrain, 
Georges Lauweryns ; pf. © Sept. 1, 
1932 ; E for. 27376 ; Heugel. 342 

Charm of days gone by ; w Hope Ha- 
zen, m H. Ghys, arr. R. E. Hildreth ; 
sop. and alto, with bass ad lib. © 
Dec. 16, 1932; E pub. 34441; Wal- 
ter Jacobs, inc. 343 

Chavez (Carlos) Sonata ; pf. ©Jan. 
7, 1933; E pub. 34433; Carlos Cha- 
vez. 344 

Che ne sarra dimane ; versi Armando 
de Gregorio, m Alfredo Mazzucchi ; 
pf . © Dec. 31, 1932 ; E for 28031 ; 
Casa editrice F. Bideri. 345 

Cheer for California ; w and m Leon- 
ard William Ascher. © 1 c. Nov. 2, 
1932; E unp. 63527; Associated stu- 
dents university of California. 346 

Cherry come and be my merry sweet- 
heart; fox trot song. © 1 c. Jan. 
18, 1933; E unp, 66921; Thelma 
Rowan Stephens. 347 

Cherry petals ; w Margaret Rose, m 
Stuart Young, tonic sol-fa tr. H. J. 
Timothy; sop. and contralto. © 
Dec. 16, 1932 ; E for 27590 ; Stainer 
& Bell, ltd. 348 



Cheveux (Les) rebelles; air populaire 
russe, [and] Air bohemien ; auteur 
inconnu : harmonist Rose Cornaz ; 
guit. hawaienne. © Oct. 1, 1932 ; E 
for. 27430; Henry Lemoine et cie. 

349 

Chiacchiere ; valzer, versi e m Gurgo e 
Marf ; pf . © Nov. 30, 1932 ; E for. 
27559 ; A. & G. Carisch & c. 350 

Chicago ; w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 

3, 1933; E unp. 65797; Helen Lillie 
Vogel. 351 

Chi-ca-go in 1933; song. © 1 c. Jan. 

4, 1933; E unp. 65876; George W. 
Hoover. 352 

Chicago land; melody, with pf. ace. 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 66662 ; 
Carl Johns. 353 

Chick-a-dee (The) ; by Michael Aaron; 
pf. with w. © Dec. 29, 1932 ; E pub. 
34398 ; G. Schirmer, inc. 354 

Childhood days ; valse song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 66890; Billy 
Crain. 355 

Children at play; by Pasquale Mon- 
drone ; pf . © Dec. 29, 1932 ; E pub. 
34254; G. Schirmer, inc. 356 

Children's suite ; by Joseph Slater ; 
violin and pf. © Sept. 22, 1932; E 
for. 27739 ; Oxford univ. press. 357 

Child's (A) carol; anthem, w and m 
Kathleen Boland. © Dec. 21, 1932 ; 
E for. 27592 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd. 

358 

Chime again beautiful bells ; arr. for 

Hawaiian guit., ten., melody and 

ace, in diagram. © Aug. 1, 1932 ; 

E pub. 34479; Harry Scott Kelso. 

359 

Chimes (The) of San Gabriel; waltz 
song, arr. Louis La Rondelle. © 
Jan. 7, 1933; E unp. 34305; Worth 
W. Preston. 360 

Chimes of spring ; by Paul Lincke, arr. 
Freeman High. 1. Sop. 1, 2 and 
alto. — 2. Sop., alto and bass. — 3. 
Ten., bar. or 2d ten., and bass. — 4. 
Sop. and alto, or ten. and bar. — 5. 
Mixed voices. © Jan. 26, 1933; E 
pub. 34526-34530 ; Edward B. Marks 
music corp. 361-365 

China doll from old Shanghai; song, 

w Arnold J. Turner. © lc. Jan. 

25, 1933 ; E unp. 66745 ; A. J. Weidt. 

366 
Chinese children ; melody Max Steiner. 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 66437; 

Southern music pub. co., inc. 367 



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Chinese laundry blues ; w and m Jack 
Cottrell; with ukulele arr. R. S. 
Stoddon. © Dec. 6, 1932; E for. 
27693; B. Feldman & co. 368 

Ching ; by Wm. Morris ; plectrum guit. 
© Dec. 31, 1932 ; E pub. 34019 ; Fred 
Heltman co. 369 

Chiquita Olivia; serenata infantil, 
Luis A. Delgadillo; pf. © Jan. 30, 
1933 : E pub. 34545 ; Sherman Square 
music pub. co. 370 

Chop suey; fox-trot, Fred C. Stouten- 
burg, arr. Will D. Moyer ; guit. © 
Dec. 31, 1932; E pub. 34022; Fred 
Heltman co. 371 

Chopin (Frederic Francois) The Ox- 
ford original edition of Frederic 
Chopin ; ed. from original ed. and 
MSS., Edouard Ganche ; pf. v. 1-3. 
© June 16, 1932 ; E for. 27773 ; Ox- 
ford univ. press. 372 

Christmas pastoral; by A. Louis 
Scarmolin ; organ. © Dec. 28, 1932 ; 
E pub. 34062 ; H. W. Gray co. 373 

Christmas spirt [sic] ; Christmas 
carol; pf. and trumpet with cornet 
solo. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 
66862; Raymond F. Vahca. 374 

Chulo (El) finolis; schottis, letra 
Moro, m J. Martin Vidal. © July 20 
1932; E for. 27896; Southern mu- 
sic pub. co., inc. 375 

Cimarron; melody Max Steiner. © 
1 c. Jan. 7, 1933; E unp. 66466; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 376 

Circus day; by F. Tresselt ; caliope. 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 66988 ; 
Movietone music corp. 377 

City, pity me; w Collie Knox, m Vin- 
cent Goetze. © Dec. 15, 1932; E 
for. 27716 ; Chappell & co., ltd. 378 

Cleopatra taught the whole world how 
to dance; waltz song. © 1 c. Jan. 
3. 1933; E unp. 65836; Josephine 
McGinley. 379 

Clo-Claude; one-step, paroles Custy, 
m Custy et Saint-Servan ; pf. © 
Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 27407; Henri 
Custillon. 380 

Close to me; boston, Aurelli and Hal 
Keyne ; melody with pf. ace. © 1 c. 
Oct. 1, 1932; E unp. 65830; Anna 
Grumberg and Hal Keyne. 381 

Close to my heart; w Roy Klages, 
melody Helmy Kresa. © 1 c. Jan. 
11, 1933 ; E unp. 66124 ; Santly bros., 
inc. 382 



Close your eyes ; w and melody Bernice 
Petkere. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933; E 
unp. 66332; Irving Berlin, inc. 383 

Cloud-racer (The) ; march, Francis 
Gwynn; pf. © Dec. 29, 1932; E 
pub. 34405; G. Schirmer, inc. 384 

Clouds; by Hugo Friedhofer; pf. con- 
ductor. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; E 
unp. 66979; Movietone music corp. 

385 

Clouds and sunshine will make love's 
roses grow; w and m Evalyn Pyler 
[pseud.] © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933; E 
unp. 66598; Carrie Evalina Pyles, 
San Diego, Calif. 386 

Cocktail shaker; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1933; E unp. 66512; Harker F. 

Thomas. 387 

Coffret (Le) mysterieux ; de Le cof- 
fret de laque, Henry Verdun ; violin 
et pf. © Sept. 1, 1932 ; E for. 27679 ; 
Editions Salabert. 388 

Coleccion de quatro danzones clasicos 
cubanos; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933; 
E unp. 66364 ; Moises Simons. 389 

Collection of Italian & Neapolitan 
songs for mandolin ; compiled and 
arr. A. De Martino. ser. 132. © 
Nov. 1, 1932; E for. 28022; Italian 
book co. 390 

Colomba colorita ; song, melodia Dom- 
inick Ietti. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; 
E unp. 66655; Maria Gattieri. 391 

Com' e bella la vita ; canzone one step, 
da L'amore dei due re, Gemma An- 
na Bixio, arr. Feyder ; orch. parti. 
© Dec. 25, 1932; E for. 27533; 
Societa anonima Suvini-Zerboni. 

392 

parole Falconi e Biancoli, 

m Gemma Anna Bixio. © Dec. 25, 
1932 ; E for. 27532 ; Societa anonima 
Suvini-Zerboni. 393 

Come in dear angels ; Christmas carol, 
Swiss folk song arr. Louis Victor 
Saar ; mixed quartet or cho. © Nov. 
14, 1932; E pub. 34180; Carl 
Fischer, inc. 394 

Come on and let's get happy; song. 
© 1 c. Nov. 15, 1933 ; E unp. 64011 ; 
Warren J. Murdock. 395 

Come out, come out, wherever you 
are; w Arthur Freed, melody Al 
Goodhart and Al Hoffman. © 1 c. 
Jan. 12, 1933; E unp. 66359; Fa- 
mous music corp. 396 



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Come shine Mr. Moon; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933 ; B unp. 66209 ; 
Alfred Lenzi. 397 

Come take the last waltz with me, 
sweetheart; song. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 
1933: E unp. 66891; Clifton J. 
Beebe. 398 

Come Thou almighty King ; motet, w 
anon., m Seth Bingham; mixed 
voices. © Dec. 5, 1932; E pub. 
34184: Carl Fischer, inc. 399 

Come, ye faithful, raise the strain ; 
Easter carol, w from St. John 
Damascene, tr. J. M. Neale, 16th 
century German tune arr. Alfred 
Whitehead ; mixed voices, organ ace. 
© Jan. 16, 1933; E pub. 34425; H. 
W. Gray co. 400 

Comedy (The) racketeers, Ham 'n' 
Eggs ; radio broadcast continuity, in 
3 pts. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1933; D 
28374; Benjamin Samberg. 400* 

Comet ; melody ; in G min. © 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1933; E unp. 66131; Anton 
Keresztes. 401 

Coming thro' the woods ; cornet solo, 
with pf . ace. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66863; Raymond F. Vacha. 

402 

Concentration ; pf. pts. 1-5. © 1 c. 
Jan. 21, 1933 ; E unp. 66621 ; Marga- 
ret Ann Baker. 403 

Concerto per violino; in mi bemolle 
mag., Antonio Vivaldi, trascrizione 
e armonizzazione Alberto Gentili, 
rev. violinistica Carlo Zino ; violino 
e pf. © Dec. 29, 1932; E for. 27638 ; 
G. Ricordi & co. 404 

Concerto no. 1 ; pour pf . et orch., Al- 
fred Gradstein. Reduction pour 2 
pf s. © Nov. 30, 1932 ; E for. 27923 ; 
Editions Max Eschig. 405 

Congratulations, liberty bell; w Al 
Lewis and Joe Goodwin, m Allen 
Sherman; pf treble. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 
1933; E unp. 65989; Nattrass- 
Schenck, inc. 406 

Contract ; words and melody by M. K. 
Brune. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; E 
unp. 66763; Mabel Kenady Brune, 
Newark, N. J. 407 

Conversation (A) ; by Harold Wans- 
borough; pf. © Dec. 30, 1932; E 
pub. 34147 ; McKinley music co. 408 

Coo-coo ; pf . with w. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 
1933; E unp. 66262; John Wendell 
Gray and Minnie Ray Gray. 409 



Coquin d'amour ; fox-trot, d' Embras- 
sez-moi, paroles Jean Boyer, m Vin- 
cent Scotto, arr. Francis Salabert; 
orch. ptes. © Nov. 1, 1932; E for. 
27831; Editions Salabert. 410 

avec accord de 



l'ukulele. © Nov. 1, 1932; E for. 
27863; Editions Salabert. 411 

Corn ; song, m James L. Brown ; with 
ukulele arr. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E 
unp. 65773 ; William Maxwell. 412 

Corn cob Willie ; w Tom Kennedy and 
Dick Sanford, m Geo. B. McCon- 
nell; pf. treble. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1933; E unp. 67108; Nattrass- 
Schenck, inc. 413 

Cornaz (Rose) Caprice; d'apres un 
air populaire russe ; guit. hawai- 
enne. © Oct. 1, 1932 ; E for. 27435 ; 
Henry Lemoine et cie. 414 

Corre-corre; pf. © Nov. 12, 1932; E 
for. 27465 ; Octavio Pinto. 415 

Costa Rica ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1933 ; E unp. 66284 ; Nellie Russell. 

416 

Cottonfield blues ; w and melody Flem- 
ing-Townsend. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66431 ; Southern music pub. 
co., inc. 417 

Couleur de reve ; melodie valse, de 
Un homme heureux, paroles et m 
Jacques Bousquet ; avec accord de 
l'ukulele. © Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 
27455; Editions Salabert. 418 

Countin' cross ties ; w and melody Bob 
Miller. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1933 ; E unp. 
66820 ; A B C standard music publi- 
cations, inc. 419 

Counting on you; w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 13, 1933; E unp. 66189; 
Marie E. Smith. 420 

County Kildare; w and m Jack Cot- 
trell ; with ukulele arr. R. S. Stod- 
don. © Dec. 29, 1932 ; E for. 27694 ; 
B. Feldman & co. 421 

Cours de theorie musicale ; par Jos. 
Degrez. © Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 
27393 ; Henry Lemoine et cie. 422 

Course (La) aux maris; fox-trot, de 
Chasse croise, paroles H. Diamant- 
Berger, m Jean Lenoir ; avec accord 
de l'ukulele. © Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 
27443 ; Editions Salabert. 423 

Cowboy (The) ; w and melody. © 1 
c. Jan. 7, 1933; E unp. 66010; Wil- 
liam Edward Campbell. 424 



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pt. m, n. s., v. 28 



Cowboy's (A) best friend is bis borse ; 
w and melody Bob Miller. © 1 c. 
Jan. 10, 1933 ; E unp. 66082 ; A B C 
standard music pub., inc. 425 

Cradle lullaby ; w Al Piantadosi, mel- 
ody Jack Glogau. © 1 c. Dec. 1, 
1932; E unp. 64645; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc. 426 

Cranz-journal ; de M. Brusselmans, or- 
chestre P. Leesmans. l re ser. © 
Jan. 5, 1933 ; E for. 27785 ; A. Cranz. 

427 

Creepin' Cbarlie, creepy low down ; w 
and melody Cal Grant. © 1 c. Jan. 
19, 1933 ; E unp. 66547 ; Irving Ber- 
lin, inc. 428 

Creole (Tbe) lullaby; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 66115 ; Lily J. 
Miller. 429 

Crew (Tbe) true-blue ; w and m Ruth 
Rylan. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 
66107; Ottilie Sutro. 430 

Crickets in the barn ; by Carl Wilhelni 
Kem, op. 678, no. 2, ed. Rudolph 
Magin ; violin and pf. © Dec. 30, 
1932 ; E pub. 34105 ; Theodore Pres- 
ser co. 431 

Criez-le sur les toits ; marche chan- 
son, de Criez-le sur les toits, paroles 
Saint-Granier. © Dec. 1, 1932; E 
for. 28042; Ch. Borel-Clerc. 432 

Crisis and circumstances ; pf. © 1 c. 
Jan. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 66857 ; Stephen 
Marcucci. 433 

Crooning ; words and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1933 ; E unp. 66991 ; Medora 
Marshall. 434 

Cross eyed gal ; song, m Thomas 
Baker. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933; E 
unp. 66617 ; Paul Cressy. 435 

Cross-firing blues ; w and melody Lee 
Allen. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 
66421 ; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

436 

Crotchets ; by Adam Carse ; percussion 
band pts., sc. and pf. bk. 1. — bk. 2. 
© Dec. 2, 1932 ; E for. 27615, 27616 ; 
Augener, ltd. 437,438 

Crotchets and quavers ; by Adam 
Carse ; percussion band pts., sc. and 
pf . bk. 3. — bk. 4. © Dec. 2, 1932 ; 
E for 27617, 27618 ; Augener, ltd. 

439, 440 

Cruise blues; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 66375; Isolene 
Ciccolella. 441 



Cry baby lamb; w Madeline Mulvey, 
with melody. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66798; Stella Cullen Engle. 

442 

Cuando canta mi guitarra ; paso-doble, 
letra Vicente Moro, m J. Martin 
Vidal. © Aug. 5, 1932; E for. 
27897 ; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

443 

Cushendun; song. © Nov. 3, 1932; 
E for. 27792; Anna Meakin. 444 

Daddy come back ; waltz song, melody 
Starret system club. © 1 c. Jan. 
25, 1933; E unp. 66739; Gertrude 
Marie Erickson. 445 

Daddy's little brown eyed pal ; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1933; E unp. 66083; 
Genevieve Wood Dale. 446 

Dad's advice; song. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1933; E unp. 66291; Elmer McCal- 
lum. 447 

Dad's little brown eyed boy ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 
66274; Ralph Campbell. 448 

Dame poule et son poussin ; de Yatove ; 
pf. © Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 27424; 
Choudens. 449 

Dance barbaric ; by Jacob Heymann ; 
pf. © Dec. 3, 1932; E pub. 34033; 
Edward Schuberth & co., inc. 450 

Dance of the cuckoos ; w and m Harry 
Steinberg. © Sept. 21, 1932 ; E for. 
27900; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

451 

Dance of the manikins ; by F. H. 
Losey, op. 412 ; band pts. © Jan. 
5, 1933; E pub. 34449; C. L. Barn- 
house, inc. 452 

Dancing as one ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
12, 1933 ; E unp. 66170 ; George Edel. 

453 

Dancing dominoes; by William M. 
Felton; pf. © Dec. 30, 1932; E 
pub. 34128; McKinley music co. 

454 

Dancing feet; song, melody Leslie 
Harper. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1933; E 
unp. 66873 ; Elizabeth Smith Wright. 

455 

Dancing in the sky ; w Harold Fifer- 
lick, and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1933; E unp. 65914; William Kru- 
min. 456 

Dancing the hours away ; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1933; E unp. 67081; Eliza- 
beth Bennett Roberts and Marjorie 
Harris. 457 



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no. 1, 1933 



486 



Dangerous yodeling Joe ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 19', 1933 ; E unp. 66534 ; 
Leon Yoder. 458 

Danses de reve ; suite symphonique, de 
Henri Tomasi ; orch. Partition. © 
Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 27464; Henry 
Lemoine et cie. 459 

Darcieux (Francisque) Nocturne; 
poesie Charles Mague; ten. solo et 
choeur a 4 voix d'hommes, sans ace. 
© Dec. 1, 1932 ; E for. 28061 ; Henry 
Lemoine et cie. 460 

Dark eyes ; Russian gipsy folk-song, 
theme with variations, arr. Henry S. 
Sawyer; pf., 4 hands. © Dec. 30, 
1932 ; E pub. 34142 ; McKinley music 
co. 461 

Dark is the night; w John Mercer, 
melody Joseph Meyer. © 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1933; E unp. 67113; Leo Feist, 
inc. 462 

Darkness — dawn — day; Easter service 
with pageant, Pearle Lyerly. © 
Jan. 3, 1933; AA 112573; Board of 
publication of the United Lutheran 
church in America. 463 

Darling; song. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933; 
E unp. 66317; Therese Bredehoft. 

464 

Darling come back to me ; song. © 1 
c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65998; 



Isabella Conyers. 



Darling, I love you ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1933 ; E unp. 66836 ; 
Clarence H. Fassinger. 466 

Darling, my own; song, w Virginia H. 
Lord. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1933; E unp. 
66155; Charles Sumner Spalding. 

467 

Dartifol-marche ; de van Hoorebeke; 
pf. © Dec. 1, 1932; E for. 28069; 
Choudens. 468 

Dawning of a new day ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933; E unp, 65938; 
Nan L. Baker. 469 

Day dream; w and m Rose Hunter 
Staines. © 1 c. Dec. 13, 1932; E 
unp. 66282 ; Octavia Hunter. 470 

Day dreams; song. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1933 ; E unp. 66839 ; Sarah A. Mills. 

471 

Day-dreams of you; song, m Jack 
Mahoney. © Dec. 13, 1932; E pub. 
34428 ; Solomon A. Rosenberg. 472 

De toute mon ame ; melodie, M. Rosset ; 
orch. ptes. © Nov. 1, 1932; E for. 
27835; Choudens. 473 



Dear Bobby ; fox-trot, Carlo Bracale, 
of Italy, arr. Al Wayes ; orch. pti. 
© Oct. 31, 1932; E for. 27355; So- 
cieta anonima Suvini-Zerboni. 474 

Dear I'm in love with you ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1933 ; E unp. 



66966; Salvatore Cusenza. 



475 



Dear little boy of mine ; w J. Keirn 
Brennan, m Ernest R. Ball, arr Wil- 
liam J. Reddick ; sop. and alto. © 
Dec. 30, 1932; E pub. 34380; M. 
Witmark & sons. 476 

Dear little mother, far, far away ; 
waltz song, melody Ray Hibbeler. 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933; E unp. 65928; 
Fritz Miller. 477 

Dear Lord, who once upon the lake; 
anthem, w Theodore Pease, m Van 
Denman Thompson ; 4-pt. mixed cho., 
with incidental sop. solo and organ 
ace. © Dec. 29, 1932 ; E pub. 34259 ; 
G. Schirmer, inc. 478 

Dear nightingale, awake ; Christmas 
carol, arr. Louis Victor Saar ; 
quartet or mixed cho. © Nov. 14, 
1932; E pub. 34166; Carl Fischer, 
inc. 479 

Dear old girl ; waltz, w Richard 
Henry Buck, m Theodore Morse, arr. 
Will D. Mover ; Hawaiian guit. solo, 
notation and diagram. © Dec. 31, 
1932; E pub. 34280; Leo. Feist, inc. 

480 

Dear old pal ; song, arr. Jacob 
Schwartzdorf . © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66730; George Gentry Grif- 
fin. 481 

Dear pal of mine ; fox-trot, melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65834; 
Vincent Guy Mistretta. 482 

Dearest; song, melody Antonio Lora. 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 66515 ; 
Marjorie Harper. 483 

Dearie, kiss me and say you will be 
mine ; w and melody Olene Markin. 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933 ; E unp. 66999 ; 
Minnie Olsen. 484 

Deboires; valse musette, de Gueule 
d'amour, paroles Andre Hornez, m 
Al. Romans et Francis Gregson ; avec 
accord de 1' ukulele. © Nov. 1, 1932 ; 
E for. 27872 ; Editions Salabert. 

485 

Deep in my heart, my love is singing, 
singing ; w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
25, 1933; E unp. 66779; Renee 
Proulland. 486 



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481 



pt. in, n. s.. v. 28 



Delia ; poem Wadsworth Longfellow, 
m Jacob Heymann ; med. voice. © 
Dec. 3, 1932 ; E pub. 34036 ; Edward 
Schuberth & co., inc. 487 

De Luca band folio; by Joseph De 
Luca; band pts. v. 1. © Nov. 23, 
1932: E pub. 34220; Clifford A. 
Caton. 488 

Dem edelweiss; der liebling mein, 
lied, w v. Pauline Babler. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933; E imp. 65812; Paul 
Schneeberger. 489 

Dependable hands ; song, m Sylvester 
Long Cross. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; 
E unp. 66020 ; Edna Jensen. 490 

Depression ; w Mrs. Frank E. Hick- 
man, melody E. Whittemore. © 1 c. 
Jan. 19, 1933; E unp. 66525; Earl 
Whittemore and Minnie Belle Hick- 
man. 491 

Depression blues; w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 21, 1933; E unp. 66614; 
Mary Berry Kiplinger. 492 

w Ross Culpepper. © 1 c. Jan. 

11, 1933 ; E unp. 66110 ; Olive O'Dell 
Culpepper. 493 

Depression march; w, m and arr. T. 
Horejs ; solo B flat cornet. © 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1933 ; E unp. 67013 ; Thomas 
Horejs. 494 

W press H on prosperity ; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 27. 1933 ; E unp. 66876 ; Martha 
Ellen Franklin. 495 

Deseo; bolero, letra Alfonso Espriu, 
jr., m Gonzalo Curiel. © Sept. 15, 
1932; E for. 27935; A. Wagner y 
Levien sues., s. en c. 496 

Desert (The) valley; by Carl Wilhelm 
Kern, op. 678, no. 8, ed. Rudolph 
Magin; violin and pf. © Dec. 30, 
1932 ; E pub. 34246 ; Theodore Pres- 
ser co. 497 

Desilusion ; fox-cancion, letra y m 
Luis Arcaraz. © Dec. 1, 1932; E 
for. 27939 ; A. Wagner y Levien sues., 
s. en c. 498 

Desire; w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
20, 1933; E unp. 66570; George W. 
McCauslin. 499 

Destitution; by Richard Howgill ; 
orch. pts. © Dec. 20, 1932; E for. 
27578; Hawkes & son (London) ltd. 

500 

Deutsche jungen; marsch, melodie 
Adalbert Herkner. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1933 ; E unp. 65908 ; Harry Renes. 

501 



Devotion; song, w Sara Teasdale. © 
1 c. Jan. 5, 1933 ; E unp. 65887 ; Ed- 
ward C. Potter. 502 

Dinah Lou ; w and m Rube Bloom and 
Ted Koehler; pf. treble. © 1 c. 
Jan. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 66486 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp. 503 

Dinner at eight ; w and m Abner Sil- 
ver and Walter Kent. © Jan. 17, 
1933; E pub. 34456; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc. 504 

Dip your brush in the sunshine; fox- 
trot ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933 ; E 
unp. 66900 ; Florrie Odom. 505 

Dish (The) ran away with the spoon; 
w Leo Robin, m Paul Eisler; with 
ukulele arr. © Dec. 30, 1932; E 
pub. 34087; Harms, inc. 506 

Disillusioned; w Paul Francis Web- 
ster, melody John Jacob Loeb. © 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 65820 ; Leo 
Feist, inc. 507 

Divine science hymnal. © Oct. 27, 
1932; A 57950; Colorado college of 
divine science. 508 

Dizeres do povo ; and 5 others, palav- 
ras Antonio Correa d' Oliveira, 
Pedr' Eannez Solaz and others, m 
Claudio Carneyro. © Aug. 15, 1932 ; 
E for. 27891; Katherine Hickel 
Carneyro. 509 

Do I love you ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 66627 ; Mamie 
Delaney. 510 

Do you remember ; song, m James L. 
Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 28, 1933; E unp. 66943; Lucy 
Irwin Powers. 511 

Dolores vals ; pf . © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66058; Francisco R. Arel- 
lano. 512 

Donna . . . ; versi Luciano Ramo, m 
Ernesto De Curtis. © Oct. 31. 1932 ; 
E for. 27359; Societa anonima Su- 
vini-Zerboni. 513 

Donna Lou ; song, melody James L. 
Brown. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1933; E 
unp. 66544; John T. Collins. 514 

Don't be late tomorrow, moon ; waltz, 
w and m Al Dobie. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1933; E unp. 66094; Alex W. Do- 
bieski. 515 

Don't bother me; song, m James L. 
Brown; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 65778 ; John A. 
Fenton. 516 



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no. 1, 1933 



547 



Don't break my heart; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1933; B unp. 65980; 
Mary E. Wagner and Earl Whitte- 
more. 517 

Don't complain ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 66760 ; Chester 
A. Cola. 518 

Don't forget me dear; valse song. © 
1 c. Jan. 17, 1933; E unp, 66901; 
Kate Wenham. 519 

Don't give up; harmony James C. Da- 
vis; pf. with w. © Nov. 11, 1932; 
E pub. 34442; Harry D. Clarke. 

520 

Don't say that we're through ; melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 66872 ; 
Nat Gardner. 521 

Don't you remember me; w Herb Ma- 
gidson, melody Sam H. Stept. © 
1 c. Jan. 21, 1933; E unp. 66616; 
Irving Berlin, inc. 522 

Doors (The) ; song, w John Lee Hig- 
gins. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1933; E unp. 
65888; Edwa*d C. Potter. 523 

Dorfmusik (Die) ; walzerlied, text 
Teo v. Donop u. Peter Kirsten, m 
Mart Fryberg. © Jan. 2, 1933; E 
for. 27726 ; Musikverlag City. 524 



arr. Billy Golwyn ; 

orch. stimmen, mit gesangs-quartett 
partitur. © Jan. 2, 1933; E for. 
27727 ; Musikverlag City. 525 

Dorme nenem ; pf. © Nov. 12, 1932; 
E for. 27468 ; Octavio Pinto. 526 

Dos prendas ; bolero, w N. J. Mercado, 
and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1933; 
E unp. 66093; Pedro Berrios. 527 

Double (Le) epithalame; grand orgue. 
© Nov. 1, 1932; E for. 27881; Er- 
nest Chatillon. 528 

Dove (The) ; English, Marjorie Har- 
per, m S. de Yradier, arr. J. Rosa- 
mond Johnson. © Jan. 10, 1933; E 
pub. 34315; Edward B. Marks music 
corp. 529 

Welsh folk song, arr. for mixed 

cho. G. Hoist, melody and Welsh w 
J. Lloyd Williams, English tr. Steu- 
art Wilson. © Dec. 23, 1932 ; E for. 
27486 ; Gustav Hoist. 530 

Down at the general store; w Tom 
Kennedy and Dick Sanford, m Geo. 
B. McConnell; pf. treble. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1933; E unp. 67104; Nat- 
trass-Schenck, inc. 531 



Down at the old red barn; w Tom 
Kennedy and Dick Sanford, m Geo. 
B. McConnell; pf. treble. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1933; E unp. 67107; Nat- 
trass-Schenck, inc. 532 

Down, but not out; song. © Dec. 27, 
1932; E pub. 34235; Erik W. G. 
Leidzen. 533 

Down in sunny Tennessee; song, m 
Sylvester Long Cross. © 1 c. Jan. 
9, 1933; E unp. 66029; Pearl Bo- 
lander. 534 

Dramatic agitato ; melody Max Stein- 
er. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 
66438; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

535 

Dream castles; song. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1933; E unp. 66335; Otto Norman 
Olsen. 536 

Dream children ; by Edward Elgar, ed. 
Alec Rowley; pf. © Dec. 8, 1932; 
E for. 27825; Schott & co., ltd. 537 

Dream clouds ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1933; E unp. 66633; Ethel Bigelow 
Clark. 538 

Dream girl; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1933; E unp. 67003; Albert 
P. Carovillano. 539 

Dream mother ; song, melody Edward 
Benedict. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933; E 
unp. 66347; Louise Smith. 540 

Dream (A) of love sincere; waltz, D. 
Salvatore ; violino and pf . © 1 c. 
Jan. 24, 1933; E unp. 66727; Di 
Mauro Salvatore. 541 

Dream of me sweetheart; song. © 1 
c. Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 66292; Mar- 
jorie Knight. 542 

Dream of my heart ; w and m A. H. 
Ackley. © Dec. 30, 1932; E pub. 
34250; Homer A. Rodeheaver. 543 

Dream plane; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 6, 1933 ; E unp. 65953 ; Kather- 
ine Polansky. 544 

Dream (The) shop; w Ronald Murray, 
m Percy Raymond. © Dec. 1, 1932; 
E for. 27959; Beal, Stnttard & co., 
ltd. 545 

Dreaming ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1933 ; 
E imp. 66112; Owen D. Kincaid. 

546 

Dreaming in the moonlight ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933; E 
unp. 66601 ; William Rufo Saville. 

547 



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548 



pt. m, n. s., v. 28 



Dreaming of you only ; song, m Rosa- 
lia Cochran. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933; 
E unp. 66804; Annie Mae Jones. 

548 

Dreaming of you sweetheart ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; E 
unp. 67022; Herbert Gately. 549 

Dreaming while dancing with you in 
my arms ; w Lowell Johnsen and 
Herb Zern ; pf . © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66814; Arthur Skjordahl. 

550 

Dreamland ; w Rosalyn Greene, m 
Katherine Allan Lively ; pf. © Dec. 
29, 1932j E pub. 34408 ; G. Schirmer, 
inc. 551 

Dreams; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; 
E unp. 66647; Elliott Theron Cow- 
drey. 552 

■ song. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; E 

unp. 66892 ; Goodrich Watkins. 553 

waltz song; w Sid Denny. © 1 

c. Jan. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 66117 ; Mor- 
ris Goldstein, New York. 554 

Dreams, dreams ; waltz song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 66802 ; Joseph 
Maurice Foley. 555 

Dreams of yesterday ; song, m Luther 
A. Clark. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; E 
unp. 66663; Arthur Chester Henry. 

556 

Dreams of youth return ; w Thomas 
Chapman McCray, m Christiaan 
Kriens ; male cho. © Jan. 16, 1933 ; 
E pub. 34424 ; H. W. Gray co. 557 

Dreamy beamy midnight moon ; waltz 
ballad, melody Jack Mahoney. © 
1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; E unp. 66777; 
Martha M. Small. 558 

Drifting at twilight; barcarolle, Carl 
Wilhelm Kern, op. 674, no. 3 ; pf. © 
Dec. 30, 1932 ; E pub. 34133 ; McKin- 
ley music co. 559 

Drifting home, in Cupid's toils ; waltz 
song, melody Ray Hibbeler. © 1 c. 
Jan. 24, 1933 ; E imp. 66722 ; Charles 
W. Jackson. 560 

Drink to me only with thine eyes ; ed. 
and arr. W. H. Reed ; violin and pf. 
© Oct. 13, 1932 ; E for. 27731 ; Ox- 
ford univ. press. 561 

old English air, arr. Henry S. 

Sawyer, bowed and fingered Frank 
J. Blazek ; violin solo or duet with 
pf. ace. © Dec. 30, 1932; E pub. 
34137 ; McKinley music co. 562 



Drive away depression blues ; song, m 
Peggy Lee. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1933 ; E 
unp. 66941 ; Dot Sumpter. 563 

Drunk (The) song; w Dick Sanford, 
melody George B. McConnell. © 1 
c. Jan. 12, 1933 ; E unp. 66160 ; Craw- 
ford music corp. 564 

Du bist alles, mein anfang, mein ende ; 
slow-fox, N. Brodszky, w Fritz Rot- 
ter, arr. Walter Borchert ; salon- 
orch. stimmen. © Oct. 20, 1931; E 
for. 28121 ; Wiener boheme-verlag, 
G. m. b. H. 565 

Du gefallst mir so ... ; fox-trot, w 
Fritz Rotter, m Walter Jurmann u. 
Bronislav Kaper. © Mar. 30, 1932; 
E for. 28172 ; Wiener boheme-verlag, 
G. m. b. H. 566 

Du kommst mir heut' so spanisch vor ; 
tango aus Man braucht kein geld, 
text Gtinther Bibo u. Willy Rosen, m 
Willy Rosen, spezial-arr. Karl Buch- 
holz ; salon orch. stimmen. © Aug. 
21, 1932; E for. 27799; Crescendo 
theaterverlag, G. m. b. H. 567 

Du liebst mich nicht mehr ; slowfox, w 
Fritz Rotter, m Bob Henders. © 
May 25, 1932 ; E for. 28139 ; Wiener 
boheme-verlag, G. m. b. H. 568 

spezial-arr. Walter Bor- 
chert ; orch. stimmen. © May 25, 
1932 ; E for. 28130 ; Wiener boheme- 
verlag, G. m. b. H. 569 

Dubarry (Die) ; grosses potpourri, aus 
der operette, text Paul Knepler u. 
J. M. Welleminsky, m nach Carl Mil- 
locker von Theo Mackeben, zusam- 
mengestellt u. arr. Max Rohlee. 1. 
Salon orch. stimmen. — 2. Pf. © 
Dec. 31, Aug. 17, 1931 ; E for. 27795, 
27802; Crescendo theaterverlag, G. 
m. b. H. 570, 571 

Dyna-mite; w Betty Talarico, melody 
Tommy Talarico. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 
1933; E unp. 67071; Gaetano Tala- 
rico. 572 

Eagle (The) ; poem Alfred Tennyson, 
m Jacob Heymann ; med. voice. © 
Dec. 3, 1932 ; E pub. 34037 ; Edward 
Schuberth & co., inc. 573 

Easter; anthem, w George Herbert, m 
Harry R. Spier; mixed cho., organ 
ace. © Jan. 23, 1933 ; E pub. 34473 ; 
H. W. Gray co. 574 

Easter-day prayer ; collect for Easter 
morning, set to m Louis Victor Saar, 
op. 131, no. 2 ; mixed voices. © Dec. 
29, 1932 ; E pub. 34407 ; G. Schirmer, 
inc. 575 



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no. 1, 1933 



601 



Easter (An) song; anthem, w ascribed 
to Wipo, m Russell Broughton ; 
mixed voices, organ ace. © Jan. 
23, 1933 ; E pub. 34474 ; H. W. Gray 
co. 576 

Easter sunrise ; cantata-pageant, w 
Lizzie De Armond and others, m E. 
S. Lorenz, and others ; choir and 
Sunday school. © Jan. 4, 1933; E 
pub. 34328 ; Lorenz pub. co. 577 

Ecce quam bonum ; Psalmus 132, m 
Martin G. Dumler, op. 34, no. 4; 
sop. 1, 2 and alto, organ ace. © Dec. 
31, 1932 ; E pub. 34228 ; J. Fischer & 
bro. 578 

Ecce Sacerdos ; liturgical text, m Mar- 
tin G. Dumler, op. 34, no. 1 ; sop. 1, 2, 
organ ace. © Dec. 31, 1932 ; E pub. 
34225; J. Fischer & bro. 579 

Ecole du solfege ; gammes, exercices 
melodiques et lecons recreatives a 
2 et 3 voix dans tous les tons ma- 
jeurs et mineurs, Abel Lamoureux. 
l er cycle, 100 exercices elementaires 
et progressifs a deux voix. © Dec. 
1, 1932 ; E for. 28084 ; Durand et cie. 

580 

Ecoute l'echo ; melodie blues, paroles 
Lucien Boyer, m H. Ackermans ; avec 
accord de l'ukulele. © Nov. 1, 1932 ; 
E for. 27874; Editions Salabert. 

581 

Einmal mocht' ich keine sorgen haben 
[and] Ich bin vom Rockefeller grad' 
das gegenteil ; slow-fox, w Max 
Kolpe, m Mischa Spoliansky, klavier- 
arr. Walter Borchert. © Apr. 12, 
1932 ; E for. 28155 ; Wiener boheme- 
verlag, G. m. b. H. 582 

Einmal noch mocht' ich dich kiissen ; 
tango [and] Caramba ; one step : w 
Teo von Donop, m u. special arr. 
vom komponisten Willy Geisler ; 
orch. stimmen. © Sept. 13, 1932; 
E for. 27478; Rondo-verlag, G. m. 

b. H. 583 

Eldorania ; melody Max Steiner. © 1 

c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 66439 ; South- 
ern music pub. co. } inc. 584 

Elegy before death; w Edna St. Vin- 
cent Millay, m Harrison Dowd. © 
1 c. Jan. 19, 1933; E unp. 66546; 
Frank Harrison Dowd. 585 

Empty dreams leave me alone ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1933; E 
unp. 66816; Charles Caputo. 586 



En cheminant; par Yatove; pf. © 
Oct. 1, 1932 ; E for. 27420 ; Choudens. 

587 

En dansant la biguine ; biguine, de 
Bidon d'or, Henry Verdun ; pf. © 
Nov. 1, 1932 ; E for. 27864 ; Editions 
Salabert. 588 

Encinctured with a twine of leaves ; 
w S. T. Coleridge, m S. Coleridge- 
Taylor, arr. H. A. Chambers ; sop. 1, 
2. © Jan. 24, 1933; E for. 27989; 
Novello & co., ltd. 589 

End of the bandit trail ; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 27, 1933; E unp. 66871; Fern 
M. Dalton. 590 

Esas son ; son, letra Francisco V. Al- 
varado, m Rafael Enrizo Gallego, 
arr. A. Brito ; pf . © Nov. 25, 1932 ; 
E for. 27229; Southern music pub. 
co., inc. 591 

Espana waltz; by Waldteufel, arr. A. 

B. Cintura ; Spanish guit. © Dec. 

31, 1932; E pub. 34018; Fred Helt- 
. man co. 592 

Estrellita ; by Ponce, arr. Zarh M. 
Bickford ; 2 Hawaiian guits. ; pf . 
ace. © Dec. 31, 1932 ; E pub. 34026 ; 
Fred Heltman co. 593 

Eternally ; w and melody Alfred Hugo. 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 66652 ; 
Alfred Hugo Neuberger. 594 

Europa ; marsch, melodie Adalbert 
Herkner. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1933; E 
unp. 65907 ; Harry Renes. 595 

Evangelistic and worship hymns ; ed. 
and compiled R. E. Magill. © Dec. 
13, 1932 ; A 58899 ; Presbyterian com- 
mittee of publication. 596 

Evening on the Moselle [and] If 'twere 
the time of lilies; canons, w Helen 
Waddell ; 2 voices. © Jan. 6, 1933 ; 
E for. 27783 ; Gustav Hoist. 597 

Evening service in B flat ; m George 
Rathbone ; mixed voices, organ ace. 
© Jan. 24, 1933 ; E for. 27980 ; Novel- 
lo & co., ltd. 598 

Evergreen trees ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
17, 1933; E unp. 66902; Mike Mis- 
sena. 599 

Every night ; song, m Sylvester Long 
Cross; pf. © 1 c Jan. 25, 1933; E 
unp. 66746; Christel Palmer Brown. 

600 

Every once in a while ; fox-trot song ; 
with ukulele arr. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1933 ; E unp. 66665 ; Harry DeHart, 
jr. and Alva Stevens. 601 



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602 



pt. m, n. s., v. 28 



Every wind that blows ; w Eugene 
Pillot ; mixed cho. © Dec. 23, 1932 : 
E for. 27484 ; Leighton Lucas. 602 

Everybody owes everybody ; fox trot 
song, m Ruth M. Shoberg ; with 
ukulele arr. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933; 
E unp. 66585 ; William Shoberg. 

603 

Everything comes to those who wait; 
song. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 
66797; Leon Chester Hardin Ells- 
worth. 604 

Evocation ; by Alberto Jonas, op. 21, no. 
1 ; pf. © Dec. 9, 1932 ; E pub. 34207 ; 
Carl Fischer, inc. 605 

Ev'ry rainy day ; fox-trot, w and m 
John P. Scott and Dorothy E. Borch- 
ers. © Jan. 3, 1933 ; E pub. 34549 ; 
Walter A. Quincke. 606 

Ev'ry woman thinks she wants to 
wander ; from Mother of Pearl, or 
The love child, w A. P. Herbert, 
adapted from German of Alfred 
Grunwald, m Oscar Straus. © Dec. 
15, 1932; E for. 27709; Chappell & 
co., ltd. 607 

Excelsior (The) folio for accordion; 
by Maxie Pisegna, Tony Lombardo 
and others. © Jan. 23, 1933; AA 
113787; Nicomede music co. 60S 

Exodus (The) ; sacred poem, w adapt- 
ed from second bk. of Moses, Charles 
Rodda, m Bernard Rogers ; mixed 
cho. and solo voices. © Jan. 3. 
1933; E pub. 34390 ; C. C. Birchard 
& co. 609 

Ex-soldier (The) : w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; E unp. 66791; 
Bert Layne. 610 

Extemporaneous song; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1933 ; E unp. 66172 ; 
Louise Henry. 611 

Exultation ; overture. Joseph De 
Luca ; band pts. © Jan. 5, 1933 ; E 
pub. 34448; C. L. Barnhouse, inc. 

612 

Faded (A) moon; song, m Sylvester 
Long Cross ; pf . © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66021 ; Clifford Ensley. 613 

Fahr' mit mir nacli Bohmen ; foxtrot, 
Richard Fall, w Beda, arr. Heinz 
Sandauer; salon-orch stimmen. © 
Nov. 3. 1931; E for. 28131; Wiener 
boheme-verlag, G.m.b.H. 614 

text Beda, m Richard Fall. 

© Nov. 3, 1931 ; E for. 28141 ; Wiener 
bohOme verlag, G.m.b.H. 615 



Fain would I change that note; pt- 
song, w Shakespeare, m Herman 
Brearley ; men's voices. © Dec. 15, 
1932 ; E for. 27774 ; Edwin Ashdown, 
ltd. 616 

Fair young Mary; ed. and arr. W. H. 
Reed; violin and pf. © Oct. 13, 
1932; E for. 27732; Oxford univ. 
press. 617 

Fairy (A) castle; by James Lyon; pf. 
© Nov. 17, 1932 ; E for. 27780 ; Ed- 
win Ashdown, ltd. 618 

Fairy-tale; by Johnny Heykens, arr. 
C. B. Yearsley; pf. © Dec. 23, 
1932: E for. 28035; United music 
publishers, ltd. 619 

Faithfulness ; song, w J. U. Nicholson. 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1933; E unp. 65889; 
Edward C. Potter. 620 

Faith's Easter heritage; cantata, text 
arr. and m composed James H. Rog- 
ers ; mixed voices. © Jan. 3, 1933 : 
E pub. 34327 ; Lorenz pub. co. 621 

Fall (The) of the star; melody Max 
Steiner. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
66440; Southern music pub., co., inc. 

622 

Fanfare (La) de Nanterre ; de Bidon 
d'or, Henry Verdun ; pf. © Nov. 1, 
1932; E for. 27865; Editions Sala- 
bert. 623 

Fantastic (The) ballet; 4 pieces, John 
Locke ; pf . © Jan. 14, 1933 ; E for. 
2S016 ; J. & W. Chester, ltd. 624 

Far away ; w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
10. 1933: E unp. 66073: Louis Di 
Dio. 625 

Farewell to arms ; w and m Allie 
Wrubel and Aimer Silver ; with uku- 
lele arr. Haia Kaa. © Jan. 20, 1933 ; 
E pub. 34452; Keit-Engel, inc. 626 

Farfalle cinesi ; valzer, Lino Musmeci ; 
l 9 violino, A e B. © 1 c. Jan. 11. 
1933; E unp 66371; Giuseppe De 
Vita. 627 

Fassett (Howard Field) Prelude; pf. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 65767 ; 
Howard Field Fassett. 62S 

Fatal fascination ; from Flying colors, 
w and m Howard Dietz and Arthur 
Schwartz ; with ukulele arr. © Jan. 
25, 1933; F pub. 34513: Harms, inc. 

621> 

Father's (The) business; w Robert E. 
Key, m Katherine R. Zimmerman ; 
med. voice. © Jan. 9, 1933 ; E pub. 
34371; Artist pub. co. 630 



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no. 1, 1933 



657 



Favorite old time songfe ; as sung, com- 
piled and arr. F. Dudgeon ; melody, 
with chords for guit. (c) Dec. 21, 
1932; E pub. 33873; Frank Dud- 
geon. 631 

Feet music ; song, melody Francis Kel- 
ler. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1933; E unp. 
66819 ; Orville Dean Denmon. 632 

Femme (La) nue ; drame lyrique, 
d'apres Henri Bataille, paroles 
Louis Payen, m Henry Fevrier ; 
orch. Partition. © Nov. 1, 1932; 
E for. 27887; Heugel. 633 

Festival march ; by M. B. Seay ; organ. 
© Dec. 28, 1932; E pub. 34063; 
H. W. Gray co. 634 

Festival (The) of life; Easter service, 
w Martha Bayly, Valeria R. Leh- 
man and others, m Forrest G. Wal- 
ter, Clarence Kohlmann, Brinley B. 
Williams and Arthur Grantley. © 
Jan. 3, 1933; E pub. 34362; Tullar- 
Meredith co. 635 

Festival title; by L. E. DeFrancesco, 
arr. Peter Brunelli; pf. conductor. 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 66969 ; 
Movietone music corp. 636 

Festmusik ; suite aus Die hochzeit der 
Sobeide, Alexander Tscherepnin, op. 
45 bis; orch. Partitur. © Oct. 13, 
1932; E for. 27954; Universal edi- 
tion, a.g. 637 

Fez ; one-step, versi e m Mart e Vitto- 
rio Mascheroni [and] Ragazze 
d'oggi ; one-step, versi Angelo Ramiro 
Borella, m Vittorio Mascheroni: 
piccola orch. parti. © Nov. 24, 
1932 ; E for. 27554 ; A. & G. Carisch 
& c. 638 

pf . © Nov. 24, 1932 ; E 

for. 27555 ; A. & G. Carisch & c. 

639 

Fiangailles ; valse de Pomme d'amour, 
Paul Devred ; violon et pf . © Sept. 
1, 1932 ; E for. 27677 ; Editions Sala- 
bert. 640 

Fiddle (The) doesn't fit his chin; w 
Tom Kennedy and Dick Sanford, m 
Geo. B. McConnell; pf. treble. © 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1933; E unp. 67111; 
Nattrass-Schenck, inc. 641 

Fiddle just a little; fox- trot, w and 
m Harold Spina, Herman Pincus 
and Billy Barry, arr. Emerson 
Stiles ; orch. pts. © Dec. 2, 1932 ; E 
pub. 34582 ; Denton & Haskins music 
pub. co., inc. 642 



Fidele ami; marche ; orch. ptes. © 
Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 27408; Auguste 
Bosc. 643 

Figlia (La) del re; di Adriano Lualdi, 
fantasia Illuminato Culotta; pic- 
cola orch. parti. © Dec. 29, 1932; 
E for. 27648 ; G. Ricordi & co. 644 

Fill the bowl ; by Louis McBay ; orch. 
pts. © Jan. 18, 1933 ; E pub. 34497 ; 
White-Smith music pub. co. 645 

w and m Louis McBay; men's 

voices. © Jan. 18, 1933; E pub. 
34471 ; White- Smith music pub. co. 

646 

Filmland ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66293; Elizabeth Dominico. 

647 

Filthy lucre; musical monologue, w 
Wish Wynne, m Bernard Kitchen; 
pf . © Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 27622 ; 
Reynolds & co. 648 

Fine old world; cho., m Sylvester 
Long Cross; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1933; E unp. 66033; Lewis Smith. 

649 

Fingerprints; melody D. Manning. 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 66808 ; 
Dick Manning. 650 

Fiorillo (Federigo) Caprice; for vio- 
lin, arr. with pf. ace, Alfred M. 
Wall. © Sept. 22, 1932; E for. 
27738; Oxford univ. press. 651 

Fire-flies ; by Russell Snively Gilbert ; 
pf. © Jan. 5, 1933; E pub. 34292; 
B. F. Wood music co. 652 

Fireside frolics; gypsy song, Howard 
Franklin; violin 1, 2 and pf. © 
Dec. 22, 1932; E pub. 34202; Carl 
Fischer, inc. 653 

First (The) spring day; from Tattle 
tales, w Edward Eliscu, m Howard 
Jackson; w T ith ukulele arr. © Jan. 
23, 1933 ; E pub. 34505 ; Harms, inc. 

654 

Fishin' ; w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
6, 1933; E unp. 65943; Mildred 
Agnes Peterson. 655 

Fit as a fiddle; daily action for the 
professional violinist. © 1 c. Jan. 
3, 1933 ; E unp. 65831 ; Alexander C. 
Meyer. 656 

Fitelberg (Jerzy) Konzert ; ausgabe 
fur violoncello und klavier. © Oct. 
6, 1932 ; E for. 27948 ; Universal edi- 
tion, a.g. 657 



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658 



pt. m, n. s., v. 28 



Flat feet; song, m A. J. Turner and 
A. J. Weidt. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66238 ; Arnold J. Turner. 658 

Flemish (A) Christmas cradle song; 
old Flemish carol, arr. Alfred White- 
head ; mixed cho. with sop. solo. © 
Dec. 19, 1932; E pub. 34181; Carl 
Fischer, inc. 659 

Flemish cradle song ; by Carl Wilhelm 
Kern, op. 678, no. 4, ed. Rudolph 
Magin; violin and pf. © Dec. 30, 
1932 ; E pub. 34107 ; Theodore Pres- 
ser co. 660 

Fleur de Lotus; paroles L. Fortolis, 
m Paul Pierne; voix mixtes. © 
Nov. 1, 1932; E for. 27833; Henry 
Lemoine et cie. 661 

Flight (The) of the bumblebee; 
scherzo N. Rimsky-Korsakow, tran- 
scribed Fabien Sevitzky; string 
orch., with pf. ad lib. Sc. and pts. 
© Dec. 5, 1932 ; E pub. 34193 ; Carl 
Fischer, inc. 662 

Flirt; valse, paroles Paul Max, m H. 
de Beatti et Aube ; with ukulele arr. 
© June 15, 1932 ; E for. 27384 ; Edi- 
tions Salabert. 663 

Florabella ; operette, livret Andre 
Barcle, m Ch. Cuvillier ; chant et pf . 
© Nov. 1, 1932 ; E for. 28052 ; Edi- 
tions Salabert. 664 

Flores vie j as ; bolero, letra y m Joa- 
quin Pardave. © Aug. 1, 1932; E 
for. 27933 ; A. Wagner y Levien sues., 
s. en c. 665 

Florida moonbeams; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1933; E unp. 66009; 
Ruby Danks Cadman. 666 

Florile dalbe ; recueilli et harmonise 
Mady Humbert-Lavergne. © Nov. 
5, 1932 ; E for. 27906 ; Louise B. M. 
Dyer. 667 

Flow on Potomac river flow on ; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67049: Charles Richard 
Knight. 668 

Flowers ; song, m Harry G. Hammond. 
© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1932; E unp. 66009; 
Everett Forbes McClaren. 669 

Flowing river ; Chilean folk song, arr. 
Charles Repper, English, H. W. 
Loomis ; mixed voices. © Dec. 15, 
11)32; E pub. 34010; C. C. Birchard 
& co. 670 

Flow'rs (The) in spring; song. © 
1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; E unp. 66648; 
Percy Wenrich. 671 



Fly, singing bird; w C. Alice Elgar, 
m and arr. Edward Elgar, op. 26, 
no. 2; sop. 1, 2; 2 violins and pf. 
ace. © Jan. 20, 1933 ; E for. 27979 ; 
Novello & co., ltd. 672 

Flying arrow ; tarantelle, Carl Wil- 
helm Kern, op. 674, no. 4 ; pf . © 
Dec. 30, 1932; E pub. 34131; Mc- 
Kinley music co. 673 

Flying (A) bird ; cornet solo, with pf. 
ace. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1933; E unp. 
66864; Raymond F. Vacha. 674 

Follow-on album ; by Heller Nicholls ; 
pf. with w. © Dec. 30, 1932 ; E for. 
27782 ; Warren & Phillips. 675 

Fool (A) in love; w Geo. McQueen, 
melody Sid Lippman. © 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1933 ; E unp. 67116 ; Irving Ber- 
lin, inc. 676 

Fooling Old Man Depression ; song, 
m Jack Mahoney. © Dec. 22, 1932 ; 
E pub. 34268; Star Simmons, i.e. 
Mrs. A. L. Simmons. 677 

Fool's (A) paradise; pf. treble with 
w. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933; E unp. 
66387 ; Sydney King Russell. 678 

For me every night is a dream night ; 
waltz song, m Jack Mahoney. © 1 
c. Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 66229; 
Julius Tritt. 679 

For me He careth ; duett, w H. Bonar, 
m and arr. Joseph Fletcher ; sop. and 
alto. © Jan. 20, 1933 ; E pub. 34465 ; 
Robin Ellis. 680 

For thee alone ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 6, 1933; E unp. 65984; Lillian 
Nicchia. 681 

For you and for me; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933 ; E unp. 67118 ; 
Beatrice Eccleston Lane. 682 

Forest in spring; valse lente, Jennie 
Seltzner. 1. Violin and pf. — 2. 
Violin, violoncello and pf. © Dec. 
15, 1932 ; E pub. 34213, 34214 ; Carl 
Fischer, inc. 683, 684 

Forever and a day ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 6638(5 : 
Robert Woods Brittan. 685 

Forever and ever; w and m Seymour 
Morris. © Dec. 30', 1932; E pub. 
34095; Harms, inc. 686 

Forever I'll love ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
4, 1933 ; E unp. 65840 ; Sherad Han- 
nibal Wright. 687 

Forget me; w B. McQuade, and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Dec. 17, 1932; E unp. 
65879 ; Harrv Berman. 688 



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no. 1, 1933 



715 



Forget the past ; w Sidney D. Mitchell, 
m Harry Akst, arr. Wm. Spielter. 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 66973 ; 
Movietone music corp. 689 

Forgetting you ; song, m Harry Clif- 
ford. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 
65843 ; Herbert D. Klompus. 690 

Forgotten love; w and m Elsie S. An- 
dreasen. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1933; E 
unp. 66558 ; Elsie Andreasen. 691 

Forgotten (The) man; song, w based 
on the poem by Edwin Markham. 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933; E unp. 66377; 
Maury Madison. 692 

Forsaken (The) girl; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 66382 ; 
Frank Luther. 693 

Fortunate for me ; w Harry Clarkson, 
melody Jeff Clarkson. © 1 c. Jan. 
11, 1933 ; E unp. 66125 ; Santly bros., 
inc. 694 

Fountain of youth ; w and m Alious 
and Harold Carter ; with refrain for 
mixed voices, and ukulele arr. © 
Jan. 23, 1933; E pub. 34561; Mary 
Jane Carter. 695 

Four-leaf clover ; fox trot, w and m 
May Thompson. © Dec. 20, 1932; 
E for. 27584; Cavendish music co. 



Fourth (The) dimension; march; pf. 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 66576 ; 
Marie Anna Beaurman. 697 

Fox-trot ; by Tony Loraine ; melody, 
with pf. ace. ; in C. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1933; E unp. 67091; Antonia Lora. 

698 

Fragrance of the dusk; violin and pf. 
© Jan. 2, 1933; E pub. 34334; 
Latham True. 699 

Francesca mia adorata ; mazurck me- 
lodia V. Cesarino. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1933 ; E unp. 66334 ; Joseph Cerabino. 

700 

Francis & Day's concert parties' al- 
bum ; w and m Reg Low. bk. 7. 
© Nov. 16, 1932 ; E for. 27665 ; Fran- 
cis, Day & Hunter, ltd. 701 

Frankie; w W. Tate, m C. Tate; pf. 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933 ; E unp. 66267 ; 
Wm. Tate and Carl Tate. 702 

Frau (Eine) muss nur versteh'n ; fox- 
trot, w Gustav Althoff u. Charles Am- 
berg, m Artur Guttman u. Hans 
J. Salter. © Aug. 14, 1931; E for. 
28112; Wiener boheme-verlag, G. m. 
b. H. 703 



[and] Komm' mein schatz; 

marsch : w Gustav Althoff u Charles 
Amberg, m Artur Guttmann u Hans 
J. Salter, arr. Richard Etlinger; 
salon-orch. stimmen. © Aug. 14, 
1931 ; E for. 28149 ; Wiener boheme- 
verlag, G. m. b. H. 704 

Frau'n, ihr seid die sterne des lebens; 
English waltz, w Karl Wilczynski u. 
Kurt Heinz, m Johannes Ernst, spe- 
zial-arr. Walter Borchert ; orch. 
stimmen. © Mar. 14, 1932; E for. 
28126; Wiener boheme-verlag, G. m. 
b. H. 705 

valse boston, text Karl Wilczyn- 
ski u. Kurt Heinz, m Johannes 
Ernst, klavier arr. Walter Borchert. 
© Mar. 14, 1932; E for. 28135; 
Wiener boheme-verlag, G. m. b. H. 

706 

Friend (A) ; song, m Jack Mahoney. 
© Dec. 21, 1932 ; E pub. 34269 ; Ern- 
est R. Layton. 707 

Friendly songs for friendly people; 
arr. J. V. Huffman. © Jan. 3, 1933 ; 
AA 112882 ; Stewart Elmore Raines. 

708 

Friends, where are those friends ; 
song. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1933 ; E unp. 
66713; Frank Fitzpatrick. 709 

Fritzie gal ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66063 ; Orren Edward Pickle. 

710 

Fr0ken skal vi spille yo yo ; tekst 
Henry Carlsen, m Kai Julian; pf. 
© Dec. 17, 1932 ; E for. 27632 ; Wil- 
helm Hansen. 711 

Frolic of the clowns; by Wallace A. 
Johnson; pf. © Dec. 30, 1932; E 
pub. 34249; Theodore Presser co. 

712 

From the green heart of the waters; 
w Stephen Phillips, m S. Coleridge- 
Taylor, arr. H. A. Chambers; sop. 
1, 2. © Jan. 24, 1933 ; E for. 27988 ; 
Novello & co., ltd. 713 

From the land of the sky-blue water ; 
by Charles Wakefield Cadman, 
transcribed Zhay Clark ; harp. © 
Jan. 19, 1933 ; E pub. 34472 ; White- 
Smith music pub. co. 714 

Filr dich, Rio Rita; paso-doble, 
deutsch O. H. Adam u. J. Brest, 
italienisch I. Sterbini, m Enrico 
Santeugini. © Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 
28006; Edition Icilio Sterbini. 715 



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m arr. vom komponisten 

Enrico Santeugini; orch. stinimen. 
© Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 28007; Edi- 
tion Icilio Sterbini. 716 

Fugato ; par Marcel Poot. Partition 
d'orch. © Nov. 5, 1932; E for. 
27918; Editions Max Eschig. 717 

Fugues a 4 parties des eleves ayant 
remporte le premier prix aux con- 
cours de fugue, annee 1932; sujets 
Henri Rabaud, fugues P. Maillard- 
Verger, Henri Challan and others. 
© Nov. 1, 1932; E for. 27841; 
Heugel. 718 

Fuite (La) ; piece descriptive, Maurice 
Yvain et Pierre Chagnon ; pf. © 
Oct. 1. 1932; E for. 27414; Editions 
Salabert. 719 

Fulfill that promise, Nellie darling; 
fox-trot song, m Len Fleming. © 
1 c. Jan. 24, 1933; E unp. 66709; 
John Gordon. 720 

Funny funny music : pf. © 1 c. Jan. 
18, 1933: E unp. 66509; Harker F. 
Thomas. 721 

Furturella ; versi Pasquale Cinque- 
grana, m Salvatore Gambardella. 
© Dec. 31, 1932; E for. 2802S ; 
Casa editrice F. Bideri. 722 

Gamble's program series for strings ; 
program 5, selections from standard 
string quartets, selected and ed. Don 
Wilson ; conductor sc. and pts. © 
Dec. 28, 1932; E pub. 34244; Gam- 
ble hinged music co. 723 

Ganz ohne liebe war' das leben so 
bescheiden; slow-fox, w Fritz Rot- 
ter, m Walter Jurmann u. Bronis- 
lav Kaper. © Apr. 5, 1932; E for. 
28171; Wiener boheme-verlag, G. m. 
b. H. 724 

Garden of love; song, melody Louis 
Sugarman. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933; 
E unp. 66517; Marjorie Harper. 

725 

Gaubert (Philippe) Cinq preludes; 
violon et pf. © Nov. 1. 1932: E 
for. 27862; Heugel. 726 

Gavotte de poussins; de Yatove; pf. 
© Oct. 1, 1932 ; E for. 27423 ; Chou- 
dens. 727 

Gee, little girl, I miss you ; \v and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 31. 1933; E 
unp. 67076; Dean Snodgrass. 728 

Geliebte kleine Ellen, komm mit mir 
in die wellen ; foxtrot, w Gunther 
Scliwenn u. Peter Schaeffers, m Rolf 



Marbot u. Fritz German, arr. Horst 
Hoffmann. 1. Gesang u. klav. 
Orch. stimmen. © Sept. 23, 1932; 
E for. 27472, 27473; Rondo-verlag, 
G. m. b. H. 729,730 

Geraldine : w and m Francis Ingle, pf . 
ace. Ira Gantt. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66560; George Francis Ingle. 

731 

Get a cheer-up smile; fox-trot, English 

A. S. Mile, original lyric and m Aus- 
tin Egen, Fritz Joachim and Rolf 
Marbot : with ukulele arr. © June 
29, 1932 ; E for. 27688 ; United music 
publishers, ltd. 732 

Gettysburg ; song, w Abraham Lincoln. 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933; E unp. 66336; 
Maury Madison. 733 

Ghost (The) of the girl there was; w 
and m Chet Rodgers. © Jan. 13, 
1933; E pub. 34341; Chester Dee 
Rodgers. 734 

Giant : w Peter Hansen, m Katherine 
Allan Lively; pf. © Dec. 29, 1932; 
E pub. 34409 ; G. Schirmer, inc. 735 

Gigue: by William Busch ; pf. © 
Jan. 14, 1933 ; E for. 28019 ; J. & W. 
Chester, ltd. 736 

Giovinezza senza amore ; fox-trot, letra 
Michele Galdieri, m Dan Caslar. 1. 
Orch. pti. arr. G. Bonnard. — 2. Man- 
doline— 3 pf. © Oct. 20, 1932; E 
for. 27347-27349 ; Fratelli Curci. 

737-739 

Gipsy hearts ; melody with pf . ace. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65833; 
Maurice Zbriger. 740 

Gipsy life ; w and m Clara Edwards ; 
high voice. © Dec. 29, 1932 ; E pub. 
34412; G. Schirmer, inc. 741 

Gipsy's love; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 
1933 ; E unp. 66573 ; Mike Callas and 
George G. Stassi. 742 

Girl (The) in the little green hat; w 
Jack Scholl and Bradford Browne, 
m Max Rich, pf. sc. Merle T. Ken- 
drick; with ukulele arr. © Jan. 4, 
1933; E pub. 34119; Bibo-Lang, inc. 

743 

Girl (The) of sunshine valley; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; E 
imp. 66212; Walter George Hugh 
Hewlett. 744 

Girl of today ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 4, 1933 ; E unp. 65859 ; Virginia 

B. Bright. 745 



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Girl (The) who thought — where did 
you meet that girl; w and m Fred 
Gibson and John P. Long ; with uku- 
lele arr. © Dec. 30, 1932; E for. 
27658; Francis, Day & Hunter, ltd. 

746 

Girl (The) with the eyes of blue gray ; 
song, m Sylvester Long Cross; 
pf. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 
66246; Ora May Prehm. 747 

Give me your heart ; song, melody An- 
tonio Lora. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933; 
E unp. 66516 ; Marjorie Harper. 748 

Glorias Sevillanas; paso doble, versi 
E. M. Chiappo, m Love; orch. parti. 
© Sept. 1, 1932; E for. 27811; 
Chiappo. 749 

Glorious youth ; march, Harvey Sam- 
uel Whistler ; pf ., with obbl. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65793; Harvey 
Samuel Whistler, jr. 750 

Go on Satan; w Jimmie Schaefer, 
melody Jimmie Bright. © 1 c. Nov. 
15, 1932; E unp. 64008; James V. 
Bright and James M. Schaefer. 751 

Goblin dance ; by Bruce Metcalfe, op. 
63; pf. © Jan. 5, 1933; E pub. 
34291 ; B. F. Wood music co. 752 

God of heaven, hear our singing ; set 
to hymn-tune Petition, w Frances 
Ridley Havergal, m H. G. Hartley. 
© Dec. 28, 1932; E for. 27488; No- 
vello & co., ltd. 753 

God rest you merry, gentlemen; arr. 
with descants and ace. Ralph 
Greaves ; treble voices in unison and 
cho. © Nov. 3, 1932 ; E pub. 27762 ; 
Oxford univ. press. 754 

traditional English Christmas 

carol; mixed cho. 1. Arr. Alfred 
Whitehead. — 2. Arr. Douglas Moore. 
© Dec. 19, 1932; E pub. 34182, 
34183 ; Carl Fischer, inc. 755, 756 

Goin' up to heab'n ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
9, 1933; E unp. 66019; James Neill 
Northe. 757 

Golden hearted mothers ; Mother's day 
service, Lucy Hamilton Howard, 
with w Fanny J. Crosby, George 
Matheson and others, m Jno. R. 
Sweney, F. G. Burford and others. 
© Oct. 3, 1932; AA 114112; David 
C. Cook pub. co. 758 

Golden leaves ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1933 ; E unp. 66192 ; Helen Merrick. 

759 

Golden memories ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
25, 1933; E unp. 66799; Alyce Rose 
Bruhl. 760 



Golden minutes ; mother song, w Mary 
Hale Woolsey, and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 10, 1933; E unp. 66090; Nor- 
man Nathan. 761 

Goldenrod; by Albert Harvey; pf. © 
Dec. 31, 1932; E pub. 34014; Fred 
Heltman co. 762 

Gonna take my time down South ; w 
and melody Ann Ronell. © 1 c. 
Jan. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 66331 ; Irving 
Berlin, inc. 763 

Good-bye Hawaii, my isle of golden 
dreams; melody C. Kama. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 66428; South- 
ern music pub. co., inc. 764 

Good evening Mr. President who are 
you; pf. with w. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1933; E unp. 66757; Melissa Sulli- 
van Crawford. 765 

Good night to you ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
30, 1933; E unp. 67030; Matilda 
Curtiss. 766 

Good old beer ; beer song, w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1933; E unp. 
65967; Bob Miller. 767 

Gopak; russischer tanz, M. Mussorg- 
sky, konzert-transkription, Joachim 
Stutschewsky ; violoncello u. pf. © 
Dec. 8, 1932; E for. 27824; B. 
Schott's sohne. 768 

Gosh, I've got a broken heart; w and 
m Eddie Ursell, Philip Seeley and 
Dudley Evans; with ukulele arr. 
R. S. Stoddon. © Jan. 2, 1933; 
E for. 27687 ; West's, ltd. 769 

Gounod (Charles Frangois) Faust; 
selection, arr. Henry S. Sawyer, 
bowed and fingered Frank J. Bla- 
zek ; violin with pf . ace. © Dec. 30, 
1932; E pub. 34138; McKinley mu- 
sic co. 770 

There is a green hill far away; 

arr. Marion Moore ; mixed quartet 
or cho. © Jan. 26, 1933; E pub. 
34565 ; J. A. Parks co. 771 

Gracieux babillage; caprice, M. Ros- 
set; orch. ptes. © Oct. 1, 1932: E 
for. 27395; Choudens. 772 

Gradstein (Alfred) 3 chansons enfan- 
tines; sur des textes populaires po- 
lonais, adaptation frangaise X et M. 
Madrakowska. © Oct. 31, 1932; E 
for. 27924; Editions Max Eschig. 

773 

Graham-Page intermediate music 
booklet; pt.-songs, w Katheryn 
Campbell Graham, m Eugene Edgar 



161050—33- 



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Graham- Page intermediate music book- 
let — Continued. 
Page ; 2 and 3 treble voices. © Dec. 
7, 1932; E pub. 34323; Richard 
Drake Saunders. 774 

Grandfather's old clock; by Gus 
Guentzel; conductor's sc. © 1 c. 
Jan. 10, 1933 ; E unp. 66079 ; Harold 
Wm. Roberts. 775 

Grass (The) is gettin' greener all the 
time; w and melody Charles New- 
man, Johnny Burke and Harold 
Spina, ©lc. Jan. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 
66846; Santly bros., inc. 776 

Gray (Allan) 12 chansons von heute ; 
text Theobald Tiger, u. a., m Allan 
Gray. © Dec. 17, 1932; E for. 
27503; Musikverlag City. 777 

Gray skies turning blue ; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 24, 1933 ; E unp. 66702 ; George 
Heffner Kirk. 778 

Great (The) awakening; w Gordon 
Johnstone, m A. Walter Kramer, op. 
45, no. 5. 1. High voice, in E flat. — 
2. Low voice, in B flat. © Jan. 27, 
1933; E pub. 34562, 34563; G. Ri- 
cordi & co., inc. 779, 780 

Great (The) Redeemer; w and mel- 
ody Frances Foster and Samuel W. 
Beasley. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E 
unp. 66417 ; Southern music pub. co., 
inc. 781 

Greetings ; w and m G. D. Gaw, trans- 
scribed and arr. Frank Barden. © 
Nov. 23, 1932 ; E pub. 33881 ; George 
D. Gaw and Frank O. Barden, jr. 

782 

Grele (La.) ; des films Pacras et La 
complice, Faustin et Maurice Jean- 
jean ; violon et pf. © Sept. 1, 1932 ; 
E for. 27680; Editions Salabert. 

783 

Gretchaninoff (A.) Canzonetta; from 
Sonata in G min., ed. Alec Rowley ; 
pf. © Dec. 8, 1932; E for. 27826; 
Schott & co., ltd. 784 

Groves (The) of Blarney; air irlan- 
dais [and] Flower of the valley ; 
d'apres un air populaire anglais ; 
harmonise Rose Cornaz; guit. ha- 
waienne. © Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 
27432 ; Henry Lemoine et cie. 785 

Gruby skandal ; akt 3 czesc" wokalna. 
© Jan. 14, 1933; E pub. 34387; 
J6zef J. Michalski. 786 

Guirlandes; de L. Saint-Requier, op. 
141, no. 2; trio ou chceur pour voix 
de femmes, a cappella. © Oct. 1, 
1932; E for. 27403; Rouart, Lerolle 
et cie. 787 



Gurli; fox-trot ur Gurli, text: Ake 
Soderblom, m: Jules Sylvain; pf. 
© Dec. 20, 1932 ; E for. 27684 ; Edi- 
tion Sylvain. 788 

Guy (A) what takes his time; w and 
m Ralph Rainger. © 1 c. Dec. 8, 
1932; E unp. 66357; Famous music 
corp. 789 

Gypsy (The) god; song, m James L. 
Brown; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 66048; Power 
Bethea. 790 

Gypsy jazz; melody. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1933 ; E unp. 67075 ; Emery Deutsch. 

791 

Gypsy trail; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 66694 ; Eugene 
Herbert Pettit. 792 

Hab' keine heimat mehr; tango, 
deutsch Charles Amberg, englisch 
Fred Barny, m Hermann Krome; 
orch. stimmen. © Dec. 20, 1932; 
E for. 27724; Risi-ton-verlag. 793 

Habanera ; by Bruce Simonds ; violin 
with, pf . ace. © Jan. 4, 1933 ; E pub. 
34304 ; Oxford university press, New 
York, inc. 794 

Handel (Georg Friedrich) Andante; 
konzert-transkription, Joachim 
Stutschewsky ; violoncello u. pf. © 
Dec. 8, 1932; E for. 27820; B. 
Schott's sohne. 795 

The Easter evangel ; reading, w 

Biblical, m arr. G. F. Rosche from 
Haendel's Messiah and hymn Christ 
the Lord is risen today, tune by 
Worgan ; pipe organ. © Jan. 5, 
1933 ; E pub. 34343 ; Geo. F. Rosche. 

796 

The harmonious blacksmith; air 

with variations, rev. ed. with bio- 
graphical sketch, general informa- 
tion, instructive annotations, etc., 
Maurice Aronson ; pf. © Jan. 5J 
1933; E pub. 34578; Art publica- 
tion soc. 797 

I know that my Redeemer liveth ; 

Easter anthem, w Biblical, m arr. 
James C. Warhurst; mixed cho. © 
Jan. 13, 1933; E pub. 34369; Theo- 
dore Presser co. 798 

Largo; francais Charles Mague, 

transcription Francisque Darcieux ; 
choeur' & 4 voix d'hommes, sans 
ace. © Dec. 1, 1932; E for. 28060: 
Henry Lemoine et cie. 799 

Largo, from Xerxes ; rev. ed. with 

biographical sketch, general infor- 
mation and instructive annotations. 



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826 



Maurice Aronson ; pf. © Jan. 5, 
1933; E pub. 34576; Art publica- 
tion soc. 800 

Three pieces from the Water 

music ; arr. Leonard J. Blake ; organ. 
© Aug. 4, 1932; E for. 27742; Ox- 
ford univ. press. 801 

Thrice blest who far away ; Eng- 
lish w Albert G. Latham, m arr. 
and ed. W. Gillies Whittaker ; sop. 
and alto. © Dec. 8, 1932; E for. 
27760; Oxford univ. press. 802 

Hallelujah, I'm a bum ; w Lorenz 
Hart, m Richard Rodgers ; with 
ukulele arr. © Dec. 30, 1932; E 
pub. 34080; Rodart music corp. 

803 

Handel in the Strand; clog dance, 
Percy Aldridge Grainger; pf. and 
2 or 3 strings, or for piano, singly 
or massed, and string arch. Sc. 
and pf . pt. © Nov. 10, 1932 : E for. 
27961 ; Schott & co., ltd. 804 

Handwriting's (The) on the wall; 
w Joe Young, m Sammy Fain ; with 
ukulele arr. © Jan. 24, 1933; E 
pub. 34504 ; Remick music corp. 

805 

Happy ; w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
25, 1933; E imp. 67068; Henry J. 
Rogers and Florence Ferraro. 806 

Happy dreams ; w Theo Kurrus. m 
George Brown, arr. Paul Hill ; with 
ukulele arr. © Jan. 4, 1933; E 
pub. 34240; Goodman music co., inc. 

807 

Happy-go-lucky-Pete; fox-trot, w and 
m George Sutton, arr. Fred Hall. © 
Nov. 8, 1932; E for. 27892; Allan 
& co., prop. ltd. 808 

Happy hours ; boston, m Aurelli and 
Hal Keyne; melody with pf. ace. 
© 1 c. Oct. 1, 1932; E unp. 65829: 
Anna Grumberg and Hal Keyne. 

809 

Happy sailor ; by William M. Felton ; 
pf . © Dec. 30, 1932 ; E pub. 34127 : 
McKinley music co. 810 

Happy smiles; song. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 
1932; E unp. 65756; Hilda H. Scharr. 

811 

Happy times; w Dorothy Fields, m 
Jimmy McHugh ; with ukulele arr. 
May Singhi Breen. © Jan. 5. 1933 ; 
E pub. 34278 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
corp. 812 



Hard hearted man ; song, in Jack 
Mahoney. © Dec. 16, 1932 ; E pub. 
34270 ; Herbert Hachten. 813 

Haroun al Raschid ; poem Henry 
Wadsworth Longfellow, in Jacob 
Heymann ; med. voice. © Dec. 3, 
1932; E pub. 34038; Edward Sehu- 
berth & co., inc. 814 

Harper Joy's triumphal ; inarch. Chas. 
E. Post ; band pts. © Jan. 27. 1933 ; 
E pub. 34564 ; B. O. Marsh. 815 

Hats off; w Henry Holcomb Bennett, 
m and arr. Geoffrey O'Hara. 1. 
Duet or 2-pt. song. — 2. 3-pt. male 
cho. — 3. Male cho., or quartet. © 
Jan. 17, Jan. 24, 1933 ; E pub. 34501- 
34503; Harms, inc. 816-818 

Have you ever been lonely, have you 
ever been blue; w George Brown, m 
Peter De Rose ; with ukulele arr. 
© Jan. 20, 1933; E pub. 34519; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc. 819 

Hawaiian bluebird ; w and m Carey 
Morgan, Lew Porter and Arthur X. 
Swanstone, French, G. Helene Bar- 
ker ; with ukulele arr. and a its. for 
Hawaiian steel guit. and Spanish 
guit. ace. Roy Smeck. © Jan. 12, 
1933; E pub. 34349; Edward B. 
Marks music corp. 820 

Haydn (Franz Josef) Andante, from 
Surprise symphony; rev. ed. with 
biographical sketch, general infor- 
mation and instructive annotations, 
Maurice Aronson ; pf., 4 hands. © 
Jan. 5, 1933; E pub. 34577; Art 
publication soc. 821 

Minuet and trio ; arr. Yvonne 

Adair ; percussion band with op- 
tional 1st and 2d violin, pts., sc. 
with pf., and conductor's sc. © 
Dec. 20, 1932 ; E for. 27587 ; Hawkes 
& son (London) ltd. 822 

— — Presto; finale from String quar- 
tet, op. 33, no. 2, arr. Harold Bauer ; 
pf. © Dec. 29, 1932; E pub. 34260; 
G. Schirmer, inc. 823 

Hazen moon ; waltz song. arr. Alice 
Gary Longfellow. © Dec. 29, 1932: 
E pub. 34058: Earle Taylor Rush. 

824 

He careth for you ; pf. with w. © 
Nov. 11. 1932; E pub. 34443: Harry 
D. Clarke. 825 

He is my Savior now ; song, m Joseph 
Fletcher : low voice in B flat. © 
Jan. 20, 193°,: E nub. 34466; Robin 
Ellis. S26 



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He just kept biting his nails ; w Tom 
Kennedy and Dick Sanford, m Geo. 
B. McConnell; pf. treble. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1933; E imp. 67098; Nat- 
trass-Sclienck, inc. 827 

He kissed her good-night until morn- 
ing ; w Tom Kennedy and Dick San- 
ford, m Geo. B. McConnell; pi 
treble. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933 ; E unp. 
67092; Nattrass-Schenck, inc. 828 

He laid down His life for His sheep ; 
hymn. © Nov. 11, 1932; E pub. 
34444; Harry D. Clarke. 829 

He lives, the King of Kings; Easter 
cantata, w Juanita E. Roos, m Anna 
Priscilla Risher ; soli and cho. Voc. 
sc. © Jan. 18, 1933 ; D 28373 ; Theo- 
dore Presser co. 829* 

He's a son of the South; fox trot, w 
Andy Razaf and Joe Davis, m Regi- 
nald Foresythe. © Jan. 2, 1933 ; E 
pub. 34116 ; Joe Davis, inc. 830 

He's, a steppin' fool from Alabam' ; 
w melody. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; E 
unp. 66773 ; Arthur F. Loatman. 

831 

He that dwelleth ; unison anthem, w 
from Psalm 91. © Dec. 23, 1932; 
E for. 27483 ; Carrie B. Lent. 832 

He Whom bore a Virgin pure ; Christ- 
mas carol, arr. Louis Victor Saar ; 
quartet or mixed cho. © Nov. 14, 
1932; E pub. 34164; Carl Fischer, 
inc. 833 

Hear our prayer, O heavenly Father; 
w Harriett Parr, m C. J. May. © 
Jan. 6, 1933 ; E for. 27888 ; Novello 
& co., ltd. 834 

Heart broken lonesome and blue ; w 
and melody Jack Lewis. © 1 c. 
Jan. 21, 1933; E unp. 66622; S. Al- 
bert Lesser. 835 

Heartache: melody Max Steiner. © 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 66441; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 836 

Heaven's in the golden West; song, 
m James L. Brown. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 
1933 ; E unp. 65775 ; Adam C. Smvth. 

837 

Hebniisches lied ; v. M. Mussorgsky, 
konzert-transkription Joachim Stuts- 
chewsky; violoncello u. pf. © Dec. 
8, 1932; E for. 27822; B. Schott's 
sohne. 838 

Hebrew song and dance ; violin and pf . 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 66697 ; 
Edward Millstone. 839 



Heifetz (Jascha) new favorite encore 
folio ; 15 selected works, ed. and 
fingered Jascha Heifetz; violin and 
pf . © Jan. 3, 1933 ; E pub. 34196 ; 
Carl Fischer, inc. 840 

Helen : w Edgar Allen Poe ; high 
voice. © Jan. 15. 1933; E pub. 
34395 ; Herman Behr. 841 

Hello Harlem ! what d'ya say ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; E 
unp. 66218; Daniel Edward Brown. 

842 

Hely-Hutchinson (Victor) Three fu- 
gal fancies ; string quartet or string 
orch. sc. © Dec. 16, 1932; E for. 
27595 ; Elkin & co., ltd. 843 

Her hero ; w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
18, 1933; E unp. 66493; William 
Rusk Smith. 844 

Her laughter; English, Rosa New- 
march, m G. A. Lishin ; bar. or bass. 
© Jan. 14, 1933 : E for. 28020 ; J. & 
W. Chester, ltd. 845 

Her message : song. © Dec. 23, 1932 : 
E pub. 33979 ; Anne Mackenzie. 846 

Here comes prosperity ; song, m James 
L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 28, 1933 : E unp. 66947 ; Edwin 

S. Gerrets. 847 

w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 

1933; E unp. 65944; Alena Scovil 
Thomas. 848 

Here in a manger; Christmas carol, 
French traditional, arr. Louis Victor 
Saar, English, Thomas I. Ball ; quar- 
tet or mixed cho. © Nov. 14, 1932 : 
E pub. 34165 ; Carl Fischer, inc. 849 

Heute nacht oder nie ; slowfox. w 
Marcellus Schiffer, m Mischa Spo- 
liansky, spezial-arr. Walter Bor- 
chert ; orch. stimmen. © May 30, 
1932; E for. 28119; Wiener boheme- 
verlag, G. m. b. H. 850 

Hey ! rube ; by F. Tresselt ; caliope. 
© 1 c. Jan. 27. 1933; E unp. 66987; 
Movietone music corp. 851 

Hey! what ho; w and melody. © 1 
c. Jan. 31, 1933: E unp. 67119; Bea- 
trice Eccleston Lane. 852 

Hey ! young fella, close your old um- 
brella ; w Dorothy Fields, m Jimmy 
McHugh ; with ukulele arr. May 
Singhi Breen. © Jan. 12, 1933; E 
pub. 34391 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
corp. 853 



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Heykens' second serenade ; by Johnny 
Heykens, arr. R. S. Stoddon ; violin 
and pf. © Jan. 11, 1933; E for. 
28036 ; United music publishers, ltd. 

854 

Heymann (Jacob) Prelude; pf. 1. In 
A inin. — 2. in D min. © Dec. 3, 
1932; E pub. 34034, 34035; Edward 
Schuberth & co., inc. 855, 856 

Hi-de-hi in my soul ; song, m A. J. 
Turner and A. J. Weidt. © 1 c. Jan. 
25, 1933; E unp. 66742; Arnold J. 
Turner. 857 

Hidden (The) city; hymn, set to m 
of XIII cent,, harmonized Bruno 
Oscar Klein. © Dec. 31, 1932; E 
pub. 34224 ; W. H. Walsh. 858 

High behind blues; w and melody 
Jimmie Davis and Buddy Jones. © 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 66419; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 859 

High, high, the beer is here ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933; E 
unp. 66390 ; Elmer W. Peterson. 860 

High Marley Rest ; by Greville Cooke ; 
pf. © Jan. 12, 1933 ; E for. 27974 ; 
Joseph Williams, ltd. 861 

High time for love ; w and m Dick 
Lott and Jimmy Letcher. © 1 c. 
Jan. 28, 1933; E unp. 66964; Rich- 
ard H. Lott and James Letcher. 

862 

Hill (The) country; arr. Max Wahr- 
mund. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1932 ; E unp. 
66521 ; Bob Paulsen. 863 

Hiram and Mirandy ; musical sketch, 
w Gail White, m Margaret Zender 
Beaulieu. © Sept. 29, 1932; E pub. 
34376 ; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc. 864 

His loving care ; w E. Margaret Clark- 
son, m Margaret Mae Philp. 1. 
Low voice, in E flat. — 2. Med. voice, 
in G. — 3. High voice, in B flat. © 
Jan. 17, 1933; E pub. 34389; Doro- 
thea L. Schroeder. 865 

Hispano-americana ; marcha ; pf. © 
Dec. 20, 1932; E pub. 34050; Benito 
Amador. 866 

Ho, boy — I'm in hell of a fix ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1933; E 
unp, 66119; Frank Cusenza and 
Laurence Boojay. 867 

Hoddley poddley ; 11 songs for chil- 
dren, w traditional, m Paul Ed- 
monds ; 2d voice ad lib. © Dec. 8. 
1932; E for. 27603; Augener, ltd. 

868 



Hoity-toity ; humpresque, E v n e e t 
Harry Adams; pf. © Dec. 28, 
1932; E pub. 34161; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co. 869 

Hold 'er Newt ; words and music by 
Mike [i. e. M. I.] Benton, arr. by 
Marcus Bartlett ; with ukulele arr. 
by Perry Bechtel. © 1 c. Dec. :>, 
1932; E unp. 66801; Mitchell Mc- 
Iver Benton. 870 

Hold me ; w and m Little Jack Little, 
Dave Oppenheim and Ira Schuster ; 
with ukulele arr. May Singhi Breen. 
© Jan. 18, 1933; E pub. 34437; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp. 871 

w and melody Little Jack Little, 

Dave Oppenheim and Ira Schuster. 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 66188 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp. 872 

Hold me closer; from Music hall va- 
rieties, w and m Jack Scholl, Frank 
Littau and Max Rich; with ukulele 
arr. © Dec. 30, 1932; E pub. 
34217; De Sylva, Brown & Hender- 
son, inc. 873 

Hold your horses ; fox-trot, w Al 
Bryan, m James V. Monaco arr. 
Art McKay; orch. pts., with male 
trio arr. B. Faighes. © Jan. 9, 
1933; E pub. 34352; Leo Feist, inc. 

874 

with ukulele arr. 



© Dec. 29, 1932; E pub. 34056; Leo 
Feist, inc. 875 

Holiday ; by Hugo Friedhofer ; pf.- 
conductor. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1933; E 
unp. 66152; Movietone music corp. 

876 

Holly; song, arr. A. F. Reid. © 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1933 ; E unp. 67027 ; Jos. M. 
Hemingway. 877 

Holly and mistletoe; by J. Hullah 
Brown ; percussion band and violin, 
sc. and pts., with pf., and child-con- 
ductor's sc. © Dec. 14, 1932 ; E for. 
27572; Joseph Williams, ltd. S78 

Hollywood love song; song, m Sylves- 
ter Long Cross; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1933; E unp. 66027; Louis August 
Rennick. S79 

Hoist (Gustav) Six canons for equal 
voices; poems tr. from Latin. Helen 
Waddell; unacc. © Jan. 6. 1933; 
E for. 27784; Gustav Hoist. SS0 

Holy (The) sepulchre; pageant with 
m. © Jan. 10, 1933 ; D 28371 : Ly- 
man R. Bayard. 880* 



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Holzapfel weiss alles ; schlager, w 
Charlie Roellinghoff, m Hans J. Sal- 
ter u. Willy Rosen. © Feb. 22, 
1932 : E for. 28152 ; Wiener boheme- 
verlag, G. m. b. H. 881 

Honey, don't you love me anymore ; 
w and melody Terry Shand and 
Fred Meadows. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 
1933: E unp. 65973; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc. 882 

Honey gal. how long's it 'gwine to be; 
w and m Jack Ritchie, ©lc, Dec. 
30. 1932 ; E unp. 65996 ; J. Lawrence 
Ritchie. 883 

Honey girl ; waltz song. © 1 c. Jan. 
13. 1933: E unp. 66181; Kenneth 
Male. 884 

Honey. I've got me a job; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; E unp. 
67001 ; Herbert L. Penn. 885 

Honey, what a pleasure meetin' up 
with you ; w Roy Turk, m J. Fred 
Coots : with ukulele arr. © Jan. 
20, 1933: E pub. 34518; Shapiro, 
Bernstein & co., inc. 886 

Honeysuckle mine; w and melody © 
1 c. Jan. 20, 1933; E unp. 67070; 
Reb Raney and Perry Hettel. 887 

Hongkong nights : by T. Robin Mac- 

Lachlan: pf. © Dec. 29, 1932; E 

„ pub. 34397; G. Schirmer, inc. 888 

Honolulu honey ; song, Louis Weslyn, 
Eva Applefield and Hal Dyson; 
with ukulele arr. and arrs. for Ha- 
waiian steel gmt. and Spanish guit. 
ace. Roy Smeck. © Jan. 12, 1933; 
E pub. 34348; Edward B. Marks 
music corp. 889 

Honor march; inarch, J. J. Donnelly 
and V. L. Mott; fifes, drums and 
bugles. Sc. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1933; 
E imp. 66530; Jos. O'Dowd. 890 

Hoover glorious in defeat ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 
66217; John J. Fenner. 891 

Hope: w Pauline Hope Buttner, m 
Harry Powell. © Jan. 6, 1933; E 
pub. 34308: Buttner, Hamilton, 
Brinton. 892 

Hopping the keys; by Veeda Meyers; 
pf. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1933; E unp. 
<;01i)7: Veeda Emma Amalia Mandel 
Meyers. 893 

Horizons crepusculaires ; par Yatove : 
pf. © Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 27415; 
Choudens. 894 



Hosanna ; w Julien Didiee, m Jules 
Granier, 4-pt. arr. J. A. Parks ; male 
quartet or cho., with solos for 1st 
and 2d ten. and 1st and 2d basses. 
© Jan. 13. 1933; E pub. 34374; J. 
A. Parks co. 895 

Hot-cha house; song, melody Edward 
Benedict. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933; E 
unp. 66343 : Edith Andrew Burchell. 

896 

Hot-cha Joe, the Georgia gigolo; w 
Jack Yellen, melody Dan Dougher- 
ty. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933; E unp. 
66312; De Sylva, Brown & Hender- 
son, inc. 897 

House (The) on the hill; song, w 
Edwin Arlington Robinson. © Dec. 
30, 1932; E pub. 34263; Louise 
Souther. 898 

How about a date for Saturday; w 
and m Al Dobie. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1933; E unp. 66095; Alex. W. 
Dobieski. 899 

How can you part from an aching 
heart; w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
28, 1933: E unp. 67018; Riley P. 
Fowler. 900 

How could you : m Burrell Van Buren ; 
pf. with w. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; 
E unp. 66679: Mary Louise Mackay. 

901 

How did it happen ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
14. 1933: E unp. 66237; John O. 
Merrill. 902 

How do you do, little girl; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1933 ; E unp. 
65899: Ignatius Volpe. 903 

How's your romance; w and m Cole 
Porter; with ukulele arr. © Dec. 
30, 1932 ; E pub. 34092 ; Harms, inc. 

904 

How to play the harmonium or Ameri- 
can organ; Paxton's progressive 
tutor, Orlando A. Mansfield. © Dec. 
30, 1932; E for. 27601; W. Paxton 
& co.. ltd. 905 

How was I to know; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1933; E unp. 66173; 
Michael Caleo. 906 

Howdy (A) jamboree; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 5. 1933 ; E unp. 65892 ; 
Julia Claire Moffit. 907 

Humming (The) bird; by Charles 
Bourne; pf. © Jan. 31, 1933; E 
pub. 34544 ; Dave Ringle music, inc. 

908 



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Humoresque-intermezzo ; by Alberto 
Jonas, op. 21, no. 2 ; pf . © Dec. 9, 
1932; E pub. 34208; Carl Fischer, 
inc. 909 

Hundred (A) years ago; from George 
White's varieties, w and m Cliff 
Friend and Herb Magidson ; with 
ukulele arr. © Jan. 23, 1933; E 
pub. 34512; Harms, inc. 910 

Hurry; melody Max Steiner. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 66442; South- 
ern music pub. co., inc. 911 

Hustlin' and bustlin' for baby; w and 
melody Harry Woods. © 1 c. Jan. 
7, 1933; E unp. 66109; Shapiro, 
Bernstein & co., inc. 912 

Hymne lorrain ; paroles Felix Chevrier, 
m Georges Lauweryns. © Sept. 1, 
1932; E for. 27375; Heugel. 913 

I always wear my derby when it 
rains; w Joe Young, m Sammy 
Fain ; with ukulele arr. © Jan. 3, 
1933; E pub. 34231; Irving Berlin, 
inc. 914 

I am a fugitive from the chain gang; 
w and m Al Lewis and Al Sherman ; 
with ukulele arr. © Jan. 4, 1933; 
E pub. 34234; Irving Berlin, inc. 

915 

• w and melody Al Lewis and Al 

Sherman. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1933; E 
unp. 66140; Irving Berlin, inc. 

916 

I am confessing; pf. with w. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 66259; Mabel 
Gardner and Sigrid Mikkelson. 917 

I am longing for the dear old home; 
fox trot, song. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66893; Artie Williamson. 

918 

I am waiting still for you; song. © 
1 c. Jan. 19, 1933; E unp. 66557; 
Daniel McLellan. 919 

I can hear my sweetheart calling; 
song, m James L. Brown ; with uku- 
lele arr. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1933; E 
unp. 66960; Anna Mary Landis. 

920 

I can't get enough of you ; w and mel- 
ody Jack Little, Dave Oppenheim 
and Ira Schuster. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1933 ; E unp. 66013 ; Leo Feist, inc. 

921 

I can't love no one else ; w and m 
Veeda Meyers; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1933; E unp. 66193; Veeda Emma 
Amalia Mandel Meyers. 922 



I can't stop saying you'r [sic] beau- 
tiful ; song, m A. J. Turner and A. J. 
Weidt. <c) 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 
66743 ; Arnold J. Turner. 923 

I certainly do; song. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 
1933; E unp. 65985; Frieda H. 
Heltzel. 924 

I could go for you in a great big way ; 
w by Joe McKiernan, m Merrill 
Knighton ; with ukulele arr. © Dec. 
14, 1932; E pub. 33747; Sherman, 
Clay & co. 925 

I couldn't tell them whatJto do; w 
Roy Turk, melody Dave Dreyer. © 
1 c. Jan. 12, 1933; E unp. 66162; 
De Sylva. Brown & Henderson, inc. 

926 

I'd like to be always with you ; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933 ; E unp. 66227 ; 
Howard C. Pulver. 927 

I'd write a song; w Irving Caesar, m 
Sigmund Romberg; with ukulele 
arr. © Jan. 16, 1933 ; E pub. 34383 ; 
Harms, inc. 928 

I dansens glsede kan hjertet grsede ; 
tekst af Alfred Kjerulf, m af Sven 
Gyldmark; pf. © Dec. 17, 1932; 
E for. 27631 ; Wilhelm Hansen. 929 

I dare not ask a kiss ; w Robert Her- 
rick, m S. E. Lovatt; men's voices. 
© Jan. 12, 1933 ; E for. 27972 ; Jos- 
eph Williams, ltd. 930 

I do ; w Paul Francis Webster, melody 
John Jacob Loeb and Lester Banker. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65821: 
Leo Feist, inc. 931 

I do not mind the journey ; hymn, w 
and m Haldor Lillenas. © Jan. 20, 
1933 ; E pub. 34537 ; Lillenas pub. co. 

932 

I don't know why I love you I only 
know I do ; w and m Sally Mae. © 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 66294; 
Mamie M. Shepard. 933 

I don't regret it at all; w E. Lieber- 
man, melody P. Amsterdam. © 1 c. 
Jan. 20, 1933; E unp. 66596; Paul 
Amsterdam and Erwin Lieberman. 

934 

I dreamed away all those blues ; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 66176 ; 
Verna Agnes Hilton. 935 

I dreamt you fell in love with me ; 
song, arr. Charles Midgley. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65818; Henry 
Amerio. 936 



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I fell in love with you ; melody Henry 
Allen. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
66410 ; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

937 

I get a funny feeling; song, melody 
Stan Tucker. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66787 ; Gene Miller. 938 

I got to leave here ; w and melody by 
F. W. McGee. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1933 ; E 
unp. 66471 ; Southern music pub. co., 
inc. 939 

I had a dream in the moonlight ; song, 
m A. J. Turner and A. J. Weidt. © 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65802; Ar- 
nold J. Turner. 940 

I had it — I lost it — it's gone ; w Joseph 
McCarthy, melody Harry Tierney. 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1933 ; E imp. 65896 ; 
De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, inc. 

941 

I have you in my heart ; song. © 1 c. 
Dec. 27, 1932 ; E unp. 65875 ; Edward 
Hall Carter. 942 

I hear again that dreamy waltz; pf. 
with w. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 
66676 ; Raymond George Steiner. 

943 

I hear the bluebird ; words and music 
by A. Giltinan. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66698; Adele Giltinan. 944 

I hope you like it ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; E unp. 66795; 
William Obed Merrill. 945 

I jus' can't carry on no mo' ; song, mel- 
ody Walter W. Newcomer. © 1 c. 
Jan. 6, 1933 ; E unp. 65948 ; Walter 
Tropila. 946 

I just wonder; song. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 
1933; E unp. 66003; Edith Robert- 
son. 947 

I keep hopin' ; song, melody James L. 
Brown. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1933; E 
unp. 66542; Kermitt Harris. 948 

I know that I'm in love ; w and m by 
Madie Weaver. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933 ; 
E imp. 66055 ; Roy Franklin Morgan 
and William Carter McKinney. 949 j 

I know what I want ; from Mother of 
Pearl, or The love child, w A. P. 
Herbert, adapted from German of 
Alfred Griinwald, m Oscar Straus. 
© Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 27710: 
Chappell & co., ltd. 950 

I learned it all from love ; song, m 
James L. Brown; with ukulele arr. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65782; 
Lewis E. Kolar. 951 i 



I'll always be your captive, when you 
gaze in my eyes ; fox-trot, w C. W. 
Grayson, m R. J. Minor ; pf. © 1 c. 
Jan. 7, 1933; E unp. 65976; Ray 
Johnson Minor and Constance W. 
Grayson. 952 

I'll always be your friend; slow fox- 
trot song. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1932; E 
unp. 66366; Anna Meakin. 953 

I'll be sincere; song, m James L. 
Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 28, 1933; E unp. 66957 ; E. F. 
Lohmiller. 954 

I'll be waiting in the hammock for 
you ; song, m James L. Brown ; with 
ukulele arr. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1933; 
E unp. 66952; Victoria Harmath. 

955 

I'll be waiting when the sun sets o'er 
the sea ; w and melody Margarita 
Norris. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; E 
unp. 66994 ; Hannah M. Norris. 956 

I'll build a little white house with 
shutters of green ; song, melody 
Stan Tucker. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66785; J. Franklin Hull. 

957 

I'll build a nest; w and m William 
Kernell. © Dec. 31, 1932; E pub. 
34073 ; Movietone music corp. 958 

I'll do it again ; w Lorenz Hart, m 
Richard Rodgers ; with ukulele arr. 
© Dec. 30, 1932 ; E pub. 34083 ; Ro- 
dart music corp. 959 

I'll dream of a message from you ; 

song. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 1932; E unp. 

67066 ; Loretta Harvey Le Sueur. 

960 
I'll ever be faithful to you; w and 

melody Wheeler-Lamb. © 1 c. Jan. 

9, 1933; E unp. 66482; Southern 

music pub. co., inc. 961 

I'll leave it all to you; w H. D. Kerr, 
melody Walter Harkley and H. A. 
Hummel. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1933: E 
unp. 66199; Harry D. Kerr, Walter 
J. Zamecnik and Herman A. Hum- 
mel. 962 

I'll never lose my faith in you ; w Mar- 
tin S. Gottlieb, with melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 24, 1933; E unp. 66704; Leon- 
ard Friendly. 963 

I'll say a prayer for mother ; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 66297; 
Henry J. Spanberger. 964 

I'll see you in Chicago, at the big 
World's fair; song. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1933; E unp. 66311; Frank Metzger 
McShirley. 965 



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994 



I'll step out of the picture ; song. © 1 
c. Jan. 24, 1933 ; E unp. 66695 ; Mer- 
vyn Lincoln Atherton. 966 

I'll take an option on you ; from 
Tattle-tales, w Leo Robin, m Ralph 
Rainger; with ukulele arr. © Jan. 
23, 1933; E pub. 34507; Harms, inc. 

967 

I'll wait until I hear you call ; song, 
melody Edward Benedict. © 1 c. 
Jan. 16, 1933; E unp. 66344; Edith 
Andrew Burchell. 968 

I long to see the green fields of Erin's 
isle ; w and m Mazie Wivell, arr. 
Chas. Wolff; with ukulele arr. © 
Jan. 1, 1933; E pub. 34238; De- 
Vaignie music corp. 969 

I lost my way and found you; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933; E 
unp 66590 ; William J. Steed. 970 

I lost you ; fox-trot, w Phil Frandino, 
m Jimmie Crane ; with ukulele arr. 
© Nov. 30, 1932; E pub. 34432; 
Starrett system club and Philip An- 
thony Frandino. 971 

I love the music they play at parades ; 

w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1933 ; 

E unp. 65860; Gertrude Duerre. 

972 
I love the simple things in life ; w and 

melody. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1933 ; E unp. 

65870 ; Jeannette Raymond Strauser. 

973 
I love the things you say, but hate the 

things you do; song, melody Kurt 

Dieterle and I. Campbell. © 1 c. 

Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65791; Ian 

Campbell. 974 

I love to dance with you ; melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 19, 1933; E unp. 66556; 
Salvatore Cusenza. 975 

I love you ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66295 ; Theresa Murray. 976 

I love you always ; melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 16, 1933; E unp. 66362; Etta 
Blonstein. 977 

I love you darling with all my heart ; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1933 ; 
E unp. 65873 ; Victor A. Villamore. 

978 

I love you little pal ; w and m F. Jor- 
dan and Terry Griffis. © 1 c. Jan. 
14, 1933; E unp. 66894; Fred Jor- 
dan. 979 

I love you, or something; w and mel- 
ody Will Jason, Ralph Freed and 
Walter Freed. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; 
E unp, 66313; De Sylva, Brown & 
Henderson, inc. 980 



I loved you dearly ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
16, 1933 ; E unp. 66323 ; Tom Yama- 
moto. 981 

I'm a fugitive from a chain gang; w 
and m Bob Miller ; with ukulele arr. 
Merle T. Kendrick. © Jan. 26, 
1933; E pub. 34495; Adams music 
pub. co. 982 

I'm a prisoner now ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 66778 ; 
Edith M. Tebo. 983 

I'm a runaway from a chain gang; w 
Tom Kennedy and Dick Sanford, m 
Geo. B. McConnell; pf. treble. © 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1933; E unp. 67106; 
Nattrass-Schenck, inc. 984 

I'm a sailor ; w R. P. Weston and Bert 
Lee, m Harris Weston ; with ukulele 
arr. © Dec. 12, 1932; E for. 27654; 
Francis, Day & Hunter, ltd. 985 

I'm alone with the moon and you; 
waltz, w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1933 ; E* unp. 66007 ; Pearl Stewart. 



I'm always dreaming of you; song, 
melody James L. Brown ; with uku- 
lele arr. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1933; E 
unp. 66541 ; Edward Clarence Brown. 

987 

I'm always living in memories; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1933 ; E unp. 66707 ; 
Verna Salmon Broad. 988 

I' m'arricordo 'e te ; di Ernesto De 
Curtis, arr. I Culotta ; orch, parti. 
© Dec. 25, 1932; E for. 27541; So- 
cieta anonima Suvini-Zerboni. 989 

versi G. B. De Curtis, m Ernesto 

De Curtis. © Dec. 25, 1932; E for. 
27540; Societa anonima Suvini-Zer- 
boni. 990 

I'm dizzy in the head ; song, m James 
L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 28, 1933; E unp. 66953; Mar- 
garet Motter. 991 

I'm dreaming along; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933 ; E unp. 65949 ; 
Alta B. Lintz. 992 

I'm dreaming of the day; waltz song, 
m Chas. W. Karbach and Irmo Tiri- 
tilli ; with ukulele arr. © Jan. 23, 
1933 ; E pub. 34555 ; Charles W. Kar- 
bach. 993 

I'm dreaming of you sweetheart; pf. 
with w. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 
66756; Harvey Goos. 994 



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I'm glad because of you : song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3. 1933; E imp. 66005; Mary 
Marie Harness. 995 

I'm going away blues ; w and melody 
Frank Stokes. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933 ; 
E unp. 55474 ; Southern music pub. 
co., inc. 996 

I'm going borne to mother ; song, m 
James L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1933; E unp. 66955; 
Walter W. Gerfen. 997 

I'm going over ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 23, 1933; E unp. 66674; Bert 
Hoffman. 998 

I'm gonna go back to the mountains ; 
w Tom Kennedy and Dick Sanford, 
m Geo. B. McConnell ; pf . treble. © 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1933; E unp. 67102; 
Nattrass-Schenck, inc. 999 

I'm gonna play down by the old Ohio ; 
melody Sam Fried. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 
1933 ; E unp. 66409 ; Southern music 
pub co., inc. * 1000 

I'm hungry for your sweet sweet 
kisses, I'm starving for your love; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67045 ; David Davis. 1001 

I'm in love with you ; song, m Sylves- 
ter Long Cross. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 
1933; E unp. 66270; Werner Ott. 

1002 

I'm jealous; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 4, 1933; E unp. 65861; Myrtle 
Eberius. 1003 

I'm just a poor peddler of love ; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1933 ; E unp. 66937 ; 
Charles Johnson. 1004 

I'm just like a radio station ; pf . with 
w. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1933; E unp. 
66101 ; Jerome Hoechstetter. 1005 

I'm leaving university forever ; w and 
melody Mr. X. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67004; Russell S. Bernard. 

1006 

I'm longing for someone to love ; w and 
melody Oscar Bernhard. © 1 c. 
Jan. 25, 1933; E unp. 66775; Oscar 
Lundgren. 1007 

I'm longing to send a message; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 16. 1933; E unp. 66337; 
Ada Burton. 1008 

I'm looking for a sweetheart true : pf. 
treble with w. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66852 ; Jobn Duhig. 1009 



I'm mad ; fox-trot, Faustin et Maurice 
Jeanjean ; orch. ptes. © Oct. 1, 
1932; E for. 27668; Editions Sala- 
bert. , 1010 

I'm needin' someone; w M. Mallet, m 
P. Freed; pf. treble. © 1 c. Jan. 
30, 1933 ; E unp. 67017 ; Mack Mallet 
and Paul Freed. 1011 

I'm not afraid in the dark, if I'm in 
the dark with you ; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 27. 1933 ; E unp. 66861 ; Blaine 
A. Stone. 1012 

I'm nuts about mutts ; w and m Mort 
Dixon and Harry Woods ; with uku- 
lele arr. Haia Kaa. © Jan. 27, 
1933 ; E pub. 34574 ; Keit-Engel, inc. 

1013 

I'm singing a song of love ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 
66213; Welma Christian Calhoun. 

1014 

I'm sitting side by side with my 
honey; song. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; 
E unp. 66298; Ann Satanik. 1015 

I'm so happy when the sun is shining ; 
w Tom Kennedy and Dick Sanford, 
m Geo. B. McConnell ; pf . treble. 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933 ; E unp. 67094 ; 
Nattrass-Schenck, inc. 1016 

I'm taking no chances with Conrad ; 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1933; E 
unp. 66845 ; William Gaston. 1017 

I'm telling you; w and m Veeda Mey- 
ers. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1933; E unp. 
66194 ; Veeda Emma Amalia Mandel 
Meyers. 1018 

I'm waiting all alone in memory lane ; 
valse song. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66903 ; Minnie V. Griesbach. 

1019 

I'm walking on air ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933 ; E unp. 67120 ; 
Beatrice Eccleston Lane. 1020 

I'm yours, if you will; song, melody 
Sidney Fine. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1932 ; 
E unp. 66752; W. Dixon Kramer. 

1021 

I miss you when you're gone; song, 
melody Starret system club. © 1 
c. Jan. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 60385 ; Edna 
May Strain. 1022 

I need the darkness; son^. © 1 c. 
Jan. 23, 1933; E unp. 66670; Carmen 
Balotin. 1023 

I never knew it but I loved you all 
the time; song, m Sylvester Long 
Cross; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933: E 
unp. 66247 ; Amy Ruth Thorn. 1024 



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ior>4 



I never knew that I loved you, until 
you went away ; song ; pf . © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 65814 ; Viola 
Mae Tallacksen. 1025 

I never knew there was sun-shine ; w 
and melody Mildred Staff a. © 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 66121 ; Joseph 
Cangialosi. 1026 

I never knew what you meant to me 
till you left me all alone ; w and m 
Lula Mack, arr. Bob Taylor. © 1 
c. Jan. 24, 1933 ; E unp. 66705 ; Lula 
G. McKissen. 1027 

I only love mother and you ; w and m 
Veeda Meyers; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1933; E unp. 66195; Veeda Emma 
Amalia Mandel Meyers. 1028 

I saw you come; song, m Martin 
Kearns. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; E 
unp. 66738; Elizabeth Howe Harris. 

1929 

I shall out-live them all; hymn. © 
Jan. 12, 1933; E pub. 34372; N. B. 
Herrell. 1030 

I sing of a maiden ; w anon., 15th cen- 
tury, m Phyllis Tate. © Nov. 3, 
1932; E for. 27766; Oxford univ. 
press. 1031 

I tank I go home ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; E unp. 66649; 
Benee Russell. 1032 

I trusted you; song, m Burrell Van 
Buren; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; 
E unp. 66276 ; Grace Fletcher. 1033 

I turned the tables on you; fox-trot, 
w and m W. Kranz. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 
1933; E unp. 65931; Walter Kranz. 

1034 

I've been a real pal to you ; words and 
melody by C. Kelsey. © 1 c. Jan. 
25, 1933 ; E unp. 66772 ; Charles Kel- 
sey. 1035 

I've got a chip on my shoulder ; w 
Harry Pease, m Ed. G. Nelson, arr. 
Paul Hill; with ukulele arr. © 
Jan. 11, 1933; E pub. 34357; Good- 
man music co., inc. 1036 

I've got a roof over my head ; w Dor- 
othy Fields, m Jimmy McHugh ; 
with ukulele arr. May Singhi Breen. 
© Jan. 5, 1933 ; E pub. 34277 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp. 1037 

I've got a sweetheart ; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1933 ; E unp. 67085 ; Victor 
Mizzy. 1038 



I've tried ev'rything; w and melody. 
© 1 e. Jan. 25, 1933; E unp. 66780; 
Bobbe Smith. 1039 

I wake up smiling; w Edgar Leslie, m 
Fred E. Ahlert ; with ukulele arr. 
© Jan 10, 1933; E pub. 34310; Don- 
aldson, Douglas & Guinble, inc. 1040 

I wandered right straight back to you ; 
song. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 
66796; Byron Chester Leach. 1041 

I want an armful of love ; m Sylvester 
Long Cross; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 
1933 ; E unp. 66251 ; La Verne Hurl- 
bert. 1042 

I want love; song. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 
1933 ; E unp. 66569 ; Florence M. Van 
Kirk. 1043 

I want to ; song, w Arnold J. Turner. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 65803 ; 
A. J. Weidt. 1044 

I want to be a chambermaid ; w and 
m William Sullivan. © Dec. 31, 
1932; E pub. 34072; Movietone mu- 
sic corp. 1045 

I want to go home with your answer ; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1933 ; 
E unp, 65864 ; Robert William Ham- 
ilton. 1046 

I want to hear Him call my name ; w 
and melody J. R. Baxter and C. H. 
Culbraith. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E 
unp. 66416 ; Southern music pub. co., 
inc. 1047 

I want to hear your laughter; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933 ; E unp. 
65937; William Brown. 1048 

I want to remind you ; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1933 ; E unp. 66895 ; Abram 
Penner. 1049 

I want to serve H'm better; song, m 
Jack Mahoney. © Nov. 23, 1932 ; E 
pub. 34429; Addie Hawkins. 1050 

I will ; w and m Marion Moore : male 
trio or cho. © Jan. 13, 1933 : E pub. 
34373; J. A. Parks co. 1051 

I will love you just once again ; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 66296; 
Vannie V. Bennett. 1052 

I will meet you in the alley ; waltz, 
w and melody Alfred Hugo. © 1 c. 
Jan. 23, 1933 ; E imp. 66653 ; Alfred 
Hugo Neuberger. 1053 

I will not forget you. sweetheart : w 
Opal E. Leech, m Bill Hager : with 
ukulele arr. © 1 c. Jan. 3. 1933; 
E unp. 65770; Wolfgang Hager. 

1054 



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I wish for some one ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
13. 1933 ; E unp. 66191 ; Helen Mer- 
rick. 1055 

I wish I knew a bigger word than 
love : w and m Edward Pola and Mel 
Gideon : with ukulele arr. © Jan. 
21. 1933: E for. 28021; Campbell, 
Connelly & co., ltd. 1056 

I wish you were mine: m Sylvester 
Long Cross: pf. with w. © 1 c. 
Jan. 25. 1933: E unp. 66750; Ruth 
Shea. 1057 

I wonder how the old folks are to- 
night : w Jack Yellen, m Dan Dough- 
erty : with ukulele arr. © Dec. 1, 
1932: E for. 27690; Victoria music 
pub. co., ltd. 1058 

I wonder why poor Xelly never writes ; 
w R. P. Weston and Bert Lee. m 
Harris Weston : with ukulele arr. 
© Dec. 12. 1932 ; E for. 27656 ; Fran- 
cis. Day & Hunter, ltd. 1059 

I would gladly pay you Tuesday for 
a Hamburger today; fox-trot song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 66120 : 
Ralph Franklin Shank. 1060 

I wouldn't mind, I wouldn't care ; by 
Smiling Frankie Carle. © 1 c. Jan. 
21. 1933; E unp. 66600; Francis N. 
Carlone. 1061 

Ice (The) cream man; son-fox trot, w 
Marion Sunshine, melody Ruben Al- 
geciras. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933 ; E unp. 
65958 : Edward B. Marks music 
corp. 1062 

Ich bin kein Lohengrin, ich bin kein 
Parsival: tango [and] Ein bisschen 
mondschein ; foxtrot : text Beda, m 
Michael Eisemann. klav. arr. Walter 
Borchert. © Sept. 14. 1931; E for. 
28163 ; Wiener boheme-verlac;, G. m. 
b. H. 1063 

[and] Ein bisschen mond- 
schein. ein bisschen Hebe ; foxtrot: 
text Beda, ra Michael Eisemann, 
spezial-arr. Walter Borchert; orch. 
stimmen. © Sept. 14. 1931; E for. 
28120; Wiener boheme-verlag. G. m. 
b. H. 1064 

Ich bin 90 SCharf auf Erika ; foxtrot, 
text Gerd Karlick. m Erwin Bootz. 
klavier arr. Walter Borchert. © 
Mar. 21. 1931 : E for. 28096; Wiener 
boheme-verlag, Otto Hein. 1065 

Ich bin vielleicht verliebt ; tango, w 
Hanns Dekner u. Max. Bertuch, m 
Albrechl Haselbach, arr. Horst 
Hoffman. 1. Gesang u. klav. — 2. 



Orch. stimmen. © Sept. 22, 1932 ; E 
for. 27474, 27475; Rondo-verlag, G. 
m. b. H. 1066, 1067 

Ich hab' dich lieb, braune madonna ; 
rumba-foxtrot, deutsch Fritz Rotter, 
m Santiago Lopez. © July 7, 1931 ; 
E for. 28137 ; Wiener boheme-verlag, 
G. m. b. H. 1068 

— arr. W. Borchert; orch. 

stimmen. © July 7. 1931; E for. 
28128; Wiener boheme-verlag. G. 
m. b. H. . 1069 

Ich hab meine f rau ; tango song. © 
1 c. Dec. 14, 1932; E unp. 66365; 
Konrad Maril. 1070 

Ich kann noch mehr, als tango tanzen ; 
text Walter Stehr. m Ludwiko 
Szabo, klavier arr. Walter Borchert. 
© Jan. 1. 1931: E for. 28098; 
Wiener boheme-verlag. Otto Hein. 

1071 

Ich seh's dir an der nasenspitze an 
. . . ; foxtrot aus Man braucht kein 
geld, text Giinther Bibo u. Willy 
Rosen, m Willy Rosen, spezial-arr. 
Karl Buchholz ; salon orch. stimmen. 
© Aug. 21. 1932; E for. 27798; 
Crescendo theaterverlag, G. m. b. H. 

1072 

Ich sitz' den ganzen tag an meinem 
radio : foxtrot, w Willy Rosen u. 
Marcel Lion, m Willy Rosen. © 
Jan. 1, 1931; E for. 28094; Wiener 
boheme-verlag, Otto Hein. 1073 

Ich such' per sofort ; slow-fox. w Gerd 
Karlick, m Friedrich Wilhelm Rust. 
© Feb. 26, 1932: E for. 28109; 
Wiener boheme-verlag. G. 111. b. H. 

1074 

Ich such" per sofort eine freundih fiir 
den sport ; slow-fox. w Gerd Karlick, 
in Friedrich Wilhelm Rust, spezial- 
arr. Bert Cadi : orch. stimmen. © 
Feb. 26. 1932: E for. 28117; Wiener 
boheme-verlag. G. m. b. H. 1075 

Ich traum' von einer marchennacht ; 
tango, text Gerd Karlick, m Fr. W. 
Rust, klavier arr. Bert Cadi. © 
Jan. 7. 1931: E for. 28088: Wiener 
boheme-verlag. Otto Hein. 1076 

Ida, sweet as apple cider ; fox-trot, 
Eddie Leonard, arr. Jimmy Dale; 
orch. pts.. with w. © Jan. 12, 1933 ; 
E pub. 34344: Edward B. Marks 
music corp. 1077 

Ideale (L') serenite: maxime. canon, 
m Paul Dupin : choeur a 3 voix. sans 
ace. © Dec. 1. 1932; E for. 28075; 
Durand et cie. 1078 



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no. 1, 1983 



1105 



If I can count on you; w and m Jack 
Meskill, Henry Lodge and Milton 
Ager ; with ukulele arr. Geo. R. Hol- 
man. © Jan. 3, 1933 ; E pub. 34156 ; 
Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, inc. 1079 

If I can't get what I want, when I 
want it; m Sylvester Long Cross; 
pf. with w. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; 
E unp. 66749; Wm. Arthur Schini- 
ger. 1080 

If I could always be with you ; w and 
melody Etta Bellwood. © 1 c. Jan. 

4, 1933; E unp. 65874;: Ettena 
Wormwood. 1081 

If I could forget you; song, m James 
L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 65776 ; Kenneth 

5. Matlock. 1082 

If I ever get a job again; fox-trot, w 
Sam. M. Lewis, m Abel Baer, arr. 
Paul Weirick, orch. pts., with male 
trio arr. B. Faighes. © Jan. 21, 
1933; E pub. 34584; Leo Feist, inc. 

1083 



with ukulele arr. 



© 



Jan. 26, 1933; E pub. 34586: Leo 
Feist, inc. 1084 

w Sam M. Lewis, melody Abel 

Baer. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 
66012; Leo Feist, inc. 1085 

If I had a star's salary to spend; 
song. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 
65796; Chas. H. Frye. 1086 

If I had my way with you ; melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1933 ; E unp. 66813 ; 
Robert Bruce Simmers. 1087 

If I love again ; w J. P. Murray, m 
Ben Oakland. © Dec. 30, 1932; E 
pub. 34082; Harms, inc. 1088 

If I'm nice to you ; fox-trot, Nacio 
Herb Brown and Richard A. Whit- 
ing, arr. Frank Skinner; orch. pts., 
with male trio arr. B. Faighes. © 
Jan. 6, 1933; E pub. 34353; Nacio 
Herb Brown, inc. 1089 

If I were a magician ; w melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 24, 1933; E unp. 66805; 
Murrel R. Klinger and Michael 
Slowitzky. 1090 

If ye love me : anthem, w ed. A. Rams- 
m Sylvester Long Cross ; pf. © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 66032; Myra 
Deasy. 1091 

If ye lofe me : anthem, w ed. A. Rams- 
botham, m Thomas Tallis ; mixed 



voices, organ ace. © Nov. 17, 1932; 
E for. 27745; Oxford* univ. press. 

1092 

If you could only cook ; w and in Phil 
Harris and Harry Owens ; with uku- 
lele arr. © Dec. 30, 1932; E pub. 
34088; Harms, inc. 1093 

If you don't want to be sweethearts 
then I don't want to be friends; w 
Irving Kahal, m Sammy Fain ; with 
ukulele arr. © Jan. 16, 1933; E 
pub. 34384; Remick music corp. 

1094 

If you'll only say the word ; song, arr. 
Louis H. Olesen. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 
1933; E unp. 65845; Carl Ganthier. 

1095 

If you love me as I love you ; song, 
with ukulele arr. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1933; E unp. 66504; Albert De Lu- 
cia. 1096 

If you only knew; w A. D. Rust and 
Jose Ferrer, m A. D. Rust. © Dec. 
30, 1932 ; E pub. 34079 ; Harms, inc. 

1097 

If you see Dan Cupid, that little god 
of love ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66678; James Tannie. 1098 

If you should ever leave me alone; w 
Roy Lamkins, melody Ray Felletter. 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933 ; E unp. 66619 ; 
Ray Felletter. 1099 

If you still care for me ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; E unp. 
66644; D. Frances Owen. 1100 

If you were fond of me; w and m 
Harry Gordon. © Dec. 5, 1932; E 
for. 27721 ; Chappell & co., ltd. 1101 

If you would only say the word ; w 
and melody Jack Lewis. © 1 c. 
Jan. 21, 1933; E unp. 66623; S. Al- 
bert Lesser. 1102 

II doit y avoir autre chose a fa ire ; 
blues, paroles anglaises Edith Da- 
vidson, adaptation franeaise Serge 
Veber, m Serge Edinoel ; avec ac- 
cord de l'ukulele. © Sept. 1, 1932; 
E for. 27673; Editions Salabert. 

1103 

Ilona ; tango, w Hanns Willstatt, m 
El. Roman, arr. Alexander Stein- 
brecher ; salon orch. stimmen. © 
Oct. 26, 1932 ; E for. 27904 : Wiener 
operettenverlag, G. m. b. H. 1104 

klavierarr. von A. 

Steinbrecher. © Oct. 10, 1932; E 
for 27903; Wiener operettenverlag, 
G. m. b. H. 1105 



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1106 



pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Im krng zum griinen kranz; tango, w 
Willy Rosen u. Marcel Lion, ni 
Fritz German, klavier-arr. Walter 
Borchert. © Feb. 19, 1932; E for. 
28157 : Wiener boheme-verlag, G. m. 
b. H. 1106 

spezial-arr. Walter 



Borchert ; orch. stimmen. © Feb. 
19, 1932; E for. 28156; Wiener 
boheme-verlag, G. m. b. H. 1107 

Im voriibergehen ; w Johann Wolfgang 
v. Goethe, m Erwin Lendvai. op. 58, 
nr. 3 ; dreistimmigen frauen- o. 
kinderchor ohne begl. Partitur. © 
Oct. 29, 1930; E for. 27912; Gebr. 
Hug & co. 1108 

Images ; 4 e suite, Marcel Tournier, op. 
39; harpe. nos. 10-12. © Nov. 1, 
1932; E for. 27884; Henry Lemoine 
et cie. 1109 

Imperio : vals, letra Vicente Moro, m 
R. Amiano y B. Cortes. © July 29, 
1932; E for. 27899; Southern music 
pub. co., inc. 1110 

Improvisation on a Portuguese folk 
song; by Claudio Carneyro, op. 14, 
no. 1 ; violin and pf. © 1 c. Jan. 27. 
1933; E unp. 66855; Katherine 
Hickel Carneyro. 1111 

In a Gypsy's heart ; from Hypnotized, 
w Bernie Grossman, m Desider Jo- 
sef Vecsei; with ukulele arr. © 
Dec. 24, 1932; E pub. 34298; Fa- 
mous music corp. 1112 

In a little cozy inn ; song. © 1 c. 
Dec. 27, 1932; E unp. 65754; Cath- 
erine Lamb. 1113 

In a little garden of my dreams ; pf. 
with w. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; E 
unp. 66741 ; Harold Conway Chiv- 
ington. 1114 

In a little German garden, underneath 
the pretzel vine; fox trot, w Gus 
Kahn, m J. Fred Coots, arr. Paul 
Weirick; orch. pts. with male trio 
arr., B. Faighes. © Dec. 31, 1932; 
E pub. 34286; Leo Feist, inc. 1115 

with ukulele arr. 

© Dec. 29, 1932 ; E pub. 34055 ; Leo 
Feist, inc. 1116 

In a little heaven ; w and m Al Dobie. 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1933 ; E unp. 66096 : 
Alex W. Dobieski. 1117 

In a monastery garden ; w, m and arr. 
Albert W. Ketelbey. 1. Mixed 
voices. — 2. Male quartet. © Dec. 
15, 1932; E for. 27776, 27777; J. II. 
Larway, prop. Edwin Ashdown, 
ltd. 1118,1119 



In a sleepy town, in old Kentucky; 
waltz song. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1933; 
E unp. 66154 ; Nicholas Mallardo. 

1120 

In a three-roomed apartment with 
you; song, melody Stan Tucker. © 
1 c. Jan. 7, 1933; E unp. 65978; 
Basil Moorhouse. 1121 

In dreamland with you ; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 66299; N. Wil- 
liam Boyd. 1122 

In dreams of yesterday; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933; E unp. 
65930; Hyron N. Pennewell. 1123 

In heav'nly love abiding; w Anna L. 
Waring, m Eaton Faning, adapta- 
tion and arr. of m Gerald Grey; 
mixed quartet or cho. © Jan. 26, 
1933 ; E pub. 34567 ; J. A. Parks co. 

1124 

In lilac time; song, w Ben H. Smith; 
with violin obbl. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1933; E unp. 66142; Andrea di 
Sessa. 1125 

In my dreams I am with you ; song, 
m Sylvester Long Cross ; pf . © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 66268; Anne 
Bassett. 1126 

In my dreams of a better day ; song, 
m James L. Brown ; with ukulele 
arr. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1933; E unp. 
66945; Iva Wade. 1127 

In my garden ; from Melody w Irving 
Caesar, m Sigmund Romberg; with 
ukulele arr. © Dec. 30, 1932; E 
pub. 34090; Harms, inc. 1128 

In old Ireland ever new ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933; E unp. 
65954 ; Margaret Colvin. 1129 

In old Montmartre; one-step, from A 
kiss in spring, w L. du Garde Peach, 
m Herbert Griffiths. © Nov. 23, 
1932; E for. 27700; Ascherberg, 
Hopwood & Crew, ltd. [Copyright 
is claimed on changes in music and 
English words] 1130 

In Persien; foxtrot, w Charles Am- 
berg, m Fred Raymond, klavier-arr. 
Walter Borchert. © Feb. 10, 1931; 
E for. 28087 ; Wiener boheme-verlag, 
Otto Hein. 1131 

In shadowy isles of the sea ; song, op. 
8; in D flat. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1933; 
E unp. 65856; Hattie M. Kreisel. 

1132 

In summer fields; by Annette Scam- 
mell; pf. nos. 1, 2. © Nov. 4, 1932; 



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1162 



E for. 28023; Murdoch, Murdoch & 
co., inc., with John G. Murdoch & 
co., ltd. 1133 

In the belfry ; w Austin Dobson, m P. 
Napier Miles, op. 20, no. 1; 6 mixed 
voices. © Dec. 8, 1932; E for. 
27758; Oxford univ. press. 1134 

In the clouds ; by Richard Howgill ; 
orch. pts. © Dec. 20, 1932; E for. 
27579; Hawkes & son (London) ltd. 

1135 

In the forest; w Ellen Frances Gil- 
bert, m Frank La Forge. 1. High 
voice. — 2. Low voice. © Jan. 14, 
1933; E pub. 34419, 34420; G. Ri- 
cordi & co., inc. 1136, 1137 

In the hour of trial; sacred song, w 
James Montgomery, m William 
Stickles ; low voice ; in D flat. © 
Jan. 14, 1933 ; E pub. 34367 ; Harms, 
inc. 1138 

In the light of the moon ; by J. Pallas, 
English lyric Carol Raven, arr. A. 
Fassio. © Dec. 15, 1932; E pub. 
34045 ; A. Fassio. 1139 

In the middle of a kiss ; w Ralph 
Freed, m Art Wilson. © Dec. 27, 
1932 ; E pub. 34011 ; Keit-Engel, inc. 

1140 

In the moonlight by the stream ; 
waltz, w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
23, 1933; E unp. 66657; O. Bill 
Heyer. 1141 

In the old town hall; song, m Hilda 
L. Nekuda and R. F. Nekuda. © 1 
c. Jan. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 66518 ; Ray- 
mond Francis Nekuda. 1142 

In the valley of my dreams ; w P. 
Gross, melody Josephine Bose. © 1 
c. Jan. 19, 1933 ; E unp. 66524 ; Phil- 
ip Gross. 1143 

In the valley of the maples ; song, m 
Luther A. Clark. © Jan. 16, 1933 ; 
E pub. 34447; Lois Marie Tallett. 

1144 

Incidental music ; melody Max Stein- 
er. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 
66443 ; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

1145 

Indian love ; melody Max Steiner. © 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 66444; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 1146 

Infinitude ; hymn, w anon., m Sun- 
shine Reed Daines ; mixed voices. 
© Dec. 21, 1932; E pub. 34279; 
David Emery Reed. 1147 



Inno del decennale ; canzone, parole 
Gavino Gabriel ; ragazzi, soprani, 
tenor i, bassi. © Nov. 1, 1932; E 
for. 27813; Umberto Giordano. 1148 

Inspiration ; waltz, pf . © 1 c. Jan. 
21, 1933; E unp. 66608; Charlie 
Young. 1149 

Into my heart an air that kills ; w 

A. E. Housman, m Harrison Dowd. 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1933; E unp. 65900; 
Frank Harrison Dowd. 1150 

Introduction; melody Max Steiner. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 66445; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 1151 

Invitation; song, melody Bert Doug- 
las and Hermione Blackwood. © 
1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; E unp. 66684; 
Phyllis Marjorie Lintott. 1152 

Io di amori ne ho tre ; fox-trot, versi 
Angelo Ramiro Borella, m Mario 
Mariotti; pf. © Dec. 1, 1932; E 
for. 27557; A. & G. Carisch & c. 

1153 

Irene ; pf. with w. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1933; E unp. 66070; Alfred Lowis 
Smith. 1154 

Irish mother mine ; song. © 1 c. Dec. 
27. 1932; E unp. 66367; Anna Mea- 
kin. 1155 • 

Is God at home ; w and melody. © 1 
c. Jan. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 66581 ; Wil- 
liam Eberhardt, jr. 1156 

Is it just another thrill; w Joe Good- 
win and Charles Newman, m Jiin- 
mie Monaco; with ukulele arr. © 
Jan. 19, 1933; E pub. 34458; De 
Sylva, Brown & Henderson, inc. 

1157 

Is it love; son-fox-trot, w and m Ma- 
rion Sunshine; pf. treble. © 1 c. 
Jan. 6, 1933 ; E unp. 65959 ; Edward 

B. Marks music corp. 1158 

Is this the ending ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; E unp. 66SS5 ; 
William A. Thorn, jr. 1159 

Isabella ; mazurka, Lino Musmeci ; 1 ? 
violino, A e B. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1933; E unp. 66370; Giuseppe De 
Vita. 1160 

Isabella, du schone Isabella ; text Fritz 
Rotter, m Vittorio Mascheroni. © 
Dec. 5, 1931; E for. 28140; Wiener 
boheme-verlag, G. m. b. H. 1161 

spezial-arr. Walter Bor- 

chert; salonorch. stimmen. © Dec. 
5, 1931; E for. 28132; Wiener bo- 
heme-verlag, G. m. b. H. 1162 



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Isn't it grand ; pf. treble with w. © 
1 c. Jan. 17, 1933; E unp. 66383; 
Albert T. Jacobs. 1163 

It can't be true ; fox trot song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 18, 1933; E unp. 66922; Anna 
Wielgosz. 1164 

It doesn't seem fair to me; waltz, pf. 
with w. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1932 ; E unp. 
66368 ; Anna Meakin. 1165 

It is May; w Lourine Kummer, m 
Enrico Barraja ; high voice. © Jan. 
3, 1933 ; E pub. 34101 ; M. Witmark 
& sons. 1166 

It means so much to me; from Bar- 
barina, w Bruce Siever and Julia 
Wolf, m Marc Roland. © Dec. 12, 
1932; E for. 27719; Chappell & co., 
ltd. 1167 

It's a shame ; from Mother of Pearl, or 
The love child, w A. P. Herbert, 
adapted from German of Alfred 
Griinwald, m Oscar Straus. © Dec. 
15, 1932; E for. 27711; Chappell & 
co., ltd. 1168 

It's hard to say good-bye; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; E unp. 
67043; Dorothy Elizabeth Borchers. 

1169 

It's heaven to me; w and m Fred 
Howard and Nat Vincent. © Jan. 
6, 1933: E pub. 34309; Vincent & 
Howard, ltd. 1170 

It's love inviting you ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 66497 ; 
Henriette Santos and Billy Peters. 

1171 

It's true ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67083 ; Matilda Curtiss. 1172 

It won't be long; song, m James L. 
Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65788; Mae 
Colbrath Vollhaber. 1173 

It won't be long now; w Ned Wash- 
ington, m Al Hoffman and Al Good- 
hart. © Dec. 24, 1932 ; E pub. 34303 ; 
Famous music corp. 1174 

Italian folk song ; melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
20, 1933 ; E unp. 66591 ; Minyde Zent- 
ner. 1175 

J'ai deux yeux ; romance, de Doublage, 
paroles Henri Falk, m Rene Syl- 
viano ; avec accord de l'ukulele. © 
Nov. 1, 1932 ; E for. 27866 ; Editions 
Salabert. 1176 

J'aime to tete brune; de La cigale 
tango, paroles L. Delame-Mardrus, 
m Ed. Flament. © June 15, 1932; 
E for. 27383 ; Editions Salabert. 

1177 



J'prends tout du bon cote; fox-trot, 
paroles Ch. L. Pothier, m Jane Bos; 
avec accord de l'ukulele. © Oct 1, 
1932; E for. 27454; Editions Sala- 
bert. 1178 

Jack (A) and Jill valentine; operetta, 
bk. and lyrics Clara S. Keeler, m 
Nellie S. Frizzelle ; unison. Voc. sc. 
© Dec. 31, 1932; D 28360; Willis 
music co. 1178* 

Jail house blues ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1933; E unp. 67078; Fred Charles 
Bernhardt. 1179 

Jardin (Un) sur l'Oronte; drame 
lyrique, Franc-Nohain, m Alfred 
Bachelet. Partition chant et pf. © 
Nov. 1, 1932; E for. 27840; Heugel. 

1180 

Java (La) d'Israel ; paroles Marc-Hely 
m G. Matis ; avec accord de l'uku- 
lele. © Nov. 1, 1932 ; E for. 27859 ; 
Editions Salabert. 1181 

Jazz concerto ; violin. © Jan. 18, 
1933 ; E unp. 66495 ; Lewis Raymond. 

1182 

Jazz rondo ; melody Bernard Green. 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933 ; E unp. 66731 ; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 1183 

Je me demande ; w Horace C. Jenkins, 
m Alfred M. Greenfield © Jan. 18, 
1933; E pub. 34422; G. Ricordi & 
co., inc. 1184 

Je n'aime qu' un soir ; tango, de Dan- 
seuses pour l'Amerique du Sud, pa- 
roles Jean Rodor, m Yatove. © Oct. 
1, 1932 ; E for. 27427 ; Choudens. 

1185 

Je n'sais pas dire; fox-trot, frangais 
Max Eddy et Raoul Praxy, anglais 
Jane Laidlaw, m Jane Bos ; avec ac- 
cord de l'ukulele. © Oct. 1, 1932 ; E 
for. 27462 ; Editions Salabert. 1186 

Je n'suis pas de mon temps; one-step, 
de Azor, couplets Max Eddy, m Gas- 
ton Gabaroche ; avec accord de 
l'ukulele. © Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 
27412; Editions Salabert. 1187 

Je sais; valse, paroles Lucien Boyer, 
m H. Ackermans; avec accord de 
l'ukulele. © Nov. 1, 1932; E for. 
27858; Editions Salabert. 1188 

Je voudrais; tango-melodie, de La 
jeune fille d'en face, paroles Andre 
Hornez, m Francis Gregson et Al. 
Romans ; avec accord de l'ukulele. 
© Nov. 1, 1932; E for. 27871; Edi- 
tions Salabert. 1189 



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1218 



Je voudrais t'ecouter; fox-trot, de 
Clair de lune, paroles Henri Dia- 
mant-Berger, m Jean Lenoir; avec 
accord de l'ukulele. © Oct. 1, 1932 ; 
E for. 27442; Editions Salabert. 

1190 

Jealous of ev'rything in love for 
there's no one in love with me; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; 
E unp. 66728; Sidney Prosen. 1191 

Jeremiah Jones; melody with pf. ace. 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933 ; E imp. 67048 ; 
Harden Church. 1192 

Jesus in my heart ; hymn. © 1 c. 
Jan. 23, 1933; E unp. 66691; Carl 
Leroy Thomas. 1193 

Jesus' lover of my soul ; arr. for Ha- 
waiian guit, ten., melody and ace, 
in diagram. © Aug. 1, 1932 ; E pub. 
34481; Harry Scott Kelso. 1194 

Jesus rescued me; song, m James L, 
Brown. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
65786; David Canaday. 1195 

Jingle bells; medley march, intro. 
Merrily we roll along and Auld lang 
syne, George Simpson, arr. Charles 
J. Roberts; full orch. pts. © Nov. 
25, 1932 ; E pub. 34190 ; Carl Fischer, 
inc. 1196 

Joan; song. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; E 
unp. 66261 ; Margaret Louise Dixon. 

1197 

Joan of Arkansaw ; w Ray Klages, 
melody Al. Goodhart and Al. Hoff- 
man. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1933 ; E unp. 
66520 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc. 

1198 

Joey the clown; by F. Tresselt; cali- 
ope. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1933; E unp. 
66986; Movietone music corp. 1199 

Johnny, you're the one I love; song, 
m Jack Mahoney. © Dec. 15, 1932 ; 
E pub. 34271; Hugh McKenna. 

1200 

Jo-jo ; jazz-intermezzo, Hans Walther ; 
pf . © Nov. 18, 1932 ; E for. 28004 ; 
Wilhelm Zimmermann. 1201 

Jolly bagpipe dance; Scottish fancy, 
Heinrich Gebhard ; pf. © Dec. 22, 
1932; E pub. 34204; Carl Fischer, 
inc. 1202 

Jolly (The) three; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
3, 1933; E unp. 65855; George A. 
Hadley. 1203 

Jonas (Alberto) Nocturne; op. 21, 
no. 3; pf. © Dec. 9, 1932; E pub. 
34209; Carl Fischer, inc. 1204 



Jones (W. Bradwen) Two pieces for 
pianoforte; founded upon Welsh 
traditional tunes, W. B. Jones. © 
Nov. 17, 1932 ; E for. 27770 ; Oxford 
univ. press. 1205 

Jose (Antonio) Tres cantigas de Al- 
fonso X; version frangaise Henri 
Collet, m A. Jose. © Oct. 20, 1932 ; 
E for. 27916; Editions Max Eschig. 

1206 

Joseph dearest, Joseph mild ; 15th cen- 
tury Christmas cradle song, arr. 
Louis Victor Saar ; 4-pt. cho., with 
sop., or ten., solo and violin obbl. 1. 
Women's voices. — 2. Mixed voices. 
© Nov. 14, 1932; E pub. 34178, 
34179 ; Carl Fischer, inc. 1207, 1208 

Journey (A) to Mars [and] Through 
the wildwood ; by Gardiner Glos ; pf . 
© Dec. 23, 1932; E pub. 34312; 
Gardiner Glos. 1209 

Jug (A) of wine, a loaf of bread and 
thou ; w and melody Al Lewis, Jack 
Meskill and Vincent Rose. © Jan. 
7, 1933; E unp. 65972; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc. 1210 

Jumping Jacks ; by Michael Aaron ; pf . 
with w. © Dec. 29, 1932; E pub. 
34390; G. Schirmer, inc. 1211 

June dawn; gavotte, by Carl Wilhelm 
Kern, op. 678, no. 5, ed. Rudolph Ma- 
gin ; violin and pf . © Dec. 30, 1932 ; 
E pub. 34108 ; Theodore Presser co. 

1212 

Jungle (La) ; polyphonie, Georges 
Migot; orgue principal et orch. Par- 
tition. © Nov. 1, 1932; E for. 
27886 ; Alphonse Leduc et cie. 1213 

Just a memory of love ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933; E unp. 65932; 
Julia Claire Moffit. 1214 

Just a pain in the parlor ; melody 
Harry Sweet. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E 
unp. 66414; Southern music pub co., 
inc. 1215 

Just a picture for a keepsake ; song, m 
Sylvester Long Cross; pf. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 66256; Crete 
Steele. 1216 

Just a shack by old Mt. Hood ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
66807; Lola Mendenhall. 1217 

Just a song; song. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1933; E unp. 66389; Martin George 
Gregor. 1218 



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1219 



pt. m, n. s., v. 28 



Just a southern boy long ways from 
home: song. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1933; 
E unp. 66088; John Curry Spikes. 

1219 

Just an old fashioned picture of you; 
song, m Jack Mahoney. © Nov. 29, 
1932; E pub. 34427; Carroll F. Pot- 
tle. 1220 

Just another love song ; song, m Frank 
N. Mitchell. © 1 c. Jan. 16. 1933 ; E 
unp. 66321 ; Marion Morgan. 1221 

Just another sunset: cho.. w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1933; E unp. 
66721; John Ross Mitchell. 1222 

Just born to be lonesome ; w and mel- 
ody Gus Kahn and Lew Pollack. © 
1 c. Jan. 28, 1933; E unp. 66933: 
Irving Berlin, inc. 1223 

Just for one day : w and m Reed Ran- 
net. © 1 c. Jan. 23. 1933: E unp. 
66668; Agnes M. Palmer. 1224 

Just in one night with you; waltz 
song, w L. P. Adelantar, jr. © 1 c. 
Oct. 28, 1932 ; E unp. 63317 ; Isidro 
A. Escare. 1225 

Just one loving glance ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 6. 1933; E unp. 65942; 
John A. Barich. 1226 

Just painting a picture of vou : song. 
© 1 c. Nov. 28, 1932 ; E unp. 64518 ; 
Kimball Black, jr. 1227 

Just some melodies at large ; melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 : E unp. 66761 : 
Herman Oscar Delshaft. 1228 

Just the name of mother ; song. © 
1 c. Jan. 18. 1933; E unp. 66507: 
Lydia R. Cutton. 1229 

Just three little words and a kiss; 
song. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933 ; E unp. 
66228; Howard C. Pulver. 1230 

Just to hold a baby in your arms ; song, 
m A. J. Turner and A. J. Weidt. © 
1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 66240; 
Arnold J. Turner. 1231 

Just when I needed you ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; E unp. 
67005: Louise Piccolo. 1232 

Just you ; song, melody Lee Turner. 
© 1 c. Jan. 28. 1933; E unp. 66881 : 
Mary Pizer. 1233 

Just you and I : fox-trot, w and m Rav 
Gold. © Jan. 30. 1933; E pub. 
34570: Joe Davis, inc. 1234 

Just a coupla guys: w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 6, 1933 : E unp. 65927 : Rob- 
ert La Salle Lemke. 1235 



Kamehala ; valse. Rose Cornaz ; guit. 
hawaienne avec. ace. de guit. espa- 
gnole. © Oct. 1, 1932 ; E for. 27436 ; 
Henry Lemoine et cie. 1236 

Karjinsky (N.) Concerto; dans le 
style ancien pour violoncelle et 
orch. ; violoncelle et pf . © Nov. 10, 
1932; E for. 27917; Editions Max 
Eschig. 1237 

Karleen ; light opera, freely adapted 
from a play by Kotzebue, bk. A. 
Goodlet. lyrics A. Goodlet and J. A. 
Findlay, m J. A. Findlay. © Jan. 
13, 1933: D 28370: James Albert 
Findlay. 1237* 

Kayser (Heinrich Ernst) 36 etuden ; 
op. 20. neu bearb. Maxim Jacobsen ; 
violino. © Oct. 13. 1932; E for. 
27952: Universal edition, a. g. 

1238 

Keep on smilin' all the time; w Roy 
W. Lamkins, m Ray Felletter. © 
1 c. Jan. 13, 1933 ; E imp. 66185 ; Roy 
W. Lamkins and Raymond J. Fellet- 
ter. 1239 

Keep smiling thru: w F. W. Chasse, 
m Raoul Lepine : with ukulele arr. 
© Jan. 10, 1933 ; E pub. 34394 ; Fred 
W. Chasse and Raymond Chasse. 

1240 

Keep the old faded roses for me ; valse 
song. © 1 c. Jan. 17. 1933 : E unp. 
66904 : E Roswell Reed. 1241 

Keep your eyes on Jesus and you'll 
shine : hymn, w Herbert Buffum : 
mixed voices. © Dec. 22. 1932; E 
pub. 34149; Chas. Wm. YValkem. 

1242 

Keepiir up with the Joneses : song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 66646 ; 
Raymond Grace. 1243 

Key to Broadway ; pf. with w. © 1 c. 
Jan. 27, 1933 : E unp. 66867 ; Carroll 
S. Balcom. 1244 

Kid yourself along; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 16. 1933 : E unp. 66319 : 
Irene Scott. 1245 

King Cole's fiddle book; easy and pro- 
gressive trios for 3 violins, Adam 
Carse. Sc. and pts. pt. 1. 2. © Nov. 
30. 1932 : E for. 27609, 27610 : Ausen- 
er, ltd. 1246, 1247 

King (The) of heaven; motet, w from 
Caedmon's Creation, m Alfred 
Whitehead; 6-pt. mixed cho. and 
semi-cho., women's voices. © Dec. 
13. 1932 ; E pub. 34039 ; Oliver Ditson 
co.. inc. 1248 



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no. 1, 1933 



1274 



King of the highway ; pf . with w. © 
1 c. Jan. 26, 1933; E unp. 66835; Lu- 
cille Pierce Ferguson. 1249 

Kiss (A) in spring; selection, Emme- 
rich Kiilinan and H. Griffiths, arr. 
Herbert Griffiths; pf. © Nov. 23, 
1932 ; E for. 27708 ; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd. 1250 

Kiss (A) in springtime ; fox-trot, from 
A kiss in spring, w L. du Garde 
Peach, m Emmerich Kalman and 
Herbert Griffiths. © Nov. 23. 1932 ; 
E for. 27701 ; Ascherberg, Hopwood 
& Crew, ltd. [Copyright is claimed 
on changes in music by H. Griffiths 
and English words] 1251 

Kiss me before I leave ; w and melody 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933 ; E unp. 67121 ; 
Beatrice Eccleston Lane. 1252 

Kiss me while we're dancing; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933 ; E unp. 67012 ; 
Lee Parsons, jr. 1253 

Kiss me while we're waltzing ; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 66661 ; 
Mabel M. Metrovich, Arthur G. 
Nevins and Carlyle Nelson. 1254 

Kleine Elisabeth ; tango, w Gunther 
Schwenn u. Peter Schaeffers, m 
Willy Rosen. © Dec. 20, 1932; E 
for. 27505; Musikverlag City. 1255 

Kleine (Eine) reise im fruhling mit 
dir; English waltz, text u. m Fritz 
Rotter u. Walter Jurmann, klavier 
arr. Walter Borchert. © Feb. 19, 
1931 ; E for. 28097 ; Weiner boheme- 
verlag, Otto Hein. 1256 

Klipp-klapp, die liebe ist da ; walzer, 
w Karl Wilczynski, m A. R. Zahr- 
inger u. E. Rubens, klavier-arr. Wal- 
ter Borchert. © Mar. 12, 1932; E 
for. 28105 ; Weiner boheme verlag, 
G.m.b.H. 1257 

spezial-arr. Walter Bor- 
chert ; orch. stimmen. © Mar. 12, 
1932; E for. 28116; Weiner boheme 
verlag, G.m.b.H. 1258 

Klumpkey (Julia) Adagio; trio, vi- 
olin, viola and violoncello. © Jan. 
7, 1932 ; E pub. 34306 ; Julia Klump- 
key. 1259 

Quatre pieces ; alto et pf . © Dec. 

1, 1932 ; E pub. 34219 ; Julia Klump- 
key. 1260 

Knights of chivalry; grand march, 
Louis J. Panella ; full orch. pts. © 
Jan. 20, 1933; E pub. 34435; Volk- 
wein bros., inc. 1261 



Know your man ; melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
20, 1933; E unp. 66592; Minyde 
Zentner. 1262 

Konnen sie mil' nieht bis morgen, ihr 
geliebtes herzchen borgen ; tango, 
text Beda u. Peter Herz, m Paul 
Mann, klavier arr. Martin Uhl. © 
Feb. 16, 1931 ; E for. 28099 ; Wiener 
boheme-verlag, Otto Hein. 1263 

Komm', mein schatz ; marsch, w Gus- 
tav Altboff u. Charles Amberg, m 
Artur Guttman u. Hans J. Salter. 
© Aug. 14, 1931; E for. 28159; 
Wiener boheme-verlag, G.m.b.H. 

1264 

Kfenek (Ernst) Vier kleine manner- 
chore ; nach f ragmenten v. Holderlin, 
m E. Kfenek, op. 32 ; a cappella mit 
alt-solo. © Oct. 21, 1932; E for. 
27953; Universal edition, a.g. 1265 

Kreutzer (Rudolf) 42 etudes ou 
caprices ; neu hrsg. Maxim Jacobsen ; 
violino. © Nov. 15, 1932; E for. 
27949; Universal edition, a.g. 1266 

Kiiss' ich auch manchmal gerne an- 
dere f rauen ; English waltz, w Mary 
Rauch u. Johnny Hub, m Otto Geit- 
ner, klav. arr. Hans Schneider. © 
Nov. 29, 1932 ; E for. 28002 ; Ludwig 
Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky). 

1267 

Ladies of the jury ; melody Max Stein- 
er. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1933; E unp. 
64467; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

1268 

Lady Prosperity : w and melody. © 1 
c. Jan. 6, 1933; E unp. 65952; Ber- 
nice Barnes Proctor. 1269 

Lady with a past ; melody Harold 
Lewis. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
66423; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

1270 

Lago (Un) azul ; bolero, w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1933 ; E unp. 66092 ; 
Pedro Berrios. 1271 

Lago di Braies ; di Giulio Cesare Son- 
zogno ; 3 tempi per orch. Partitura. 
© Oct. 31, 1932; E for. 27350; Soci- 
ety anonima Suvini-Zerboni. 1272 

Laissez jouer jeunes gens ; francais du 
15 e siecle, m Jean Duperier ; choeur 
pour voix d'hommes. sans ace. © 
Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 27401: Henry 
Lemoine et cie. 1273 

Lamb (The) ; unison, w William Blake 
m Waif ord Da vies. © Jan. 24, 1933 ; 
E for. 27993 ; Novello & co.. ltd. 

1274 



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Lameiito Gitano; paso-doble, Jos6 M. 
Lucchesi; orch. ptes. © Oct. 1, 
1932; E for. 27406; Henry Lemoine 
et cie. 1275 

Lamp (The) ; song, w Sara Teasdale. 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1933; E unp. 65890; 
Edward C. Potter. 1276 

Landmandsliv ; 8 sange fra sangspil, 
tekst Berge og Arvid Muller, m Kai 
Normann Andersen; pf. © Dec. 17, 
1932 ; E for. 27634 ; Wilhelm Hansen. 

1277 

Lantern land; operetta, libretto Geof- 
frey F. Morgan, in Geoffrey O'Hara ; 
treble voice cho. pts., unacc. © Jan. 
12, 1933 ; E pub. 34579 ; C. C. Birch- 
ard & co. 1278 

Last dance ; w Irving Pincus, and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1933; E unp. 
66965; Michael Flagg. 1279 

Last night; by Halfdan Kjerulf, arr. 
Henry S. Sawyer, bowed and fin- 
gered Frank J. Blazek ; violin with 
pf. ace. © Dec. 30, 1932; E pub. 
34141 ; McKinley music co. 1280 

w Tom Kennedy and Dick San- 
ford, m Geo. B. McConnell ; pf. 
treble. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933 ; E unp. 
67093: Nattrass-Schenck, inc. 1281 

Last night I dreamed of love return- 
ing; waltz, w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1933 ; E unp. 66244 ; Dudley 
Jackson. 1282 

Laughing at life: w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 24, 1933; E unp. 66714; 
Morris Davidofsky. 1283 

Laughing it off; song, w Sid Adler 
and Lenny Litman. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1933; E unp. 66330; Dorothy G. 
Rosenberg. 1284 

Laura Lou; fox-trot, w and m Mrs. 
J. J. Beyersdorfer. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1933: E unp. 66905; Amanda R. 
Beyersdorfer. 1285 

Lazy daisies ; by Rob Roy Peery ; pf . 
© Jan. 5, 1933; E pub. 34295; B. F. 
Wood music co. 1286 

Le dire, e'est bien : tie Azor, couplets 
Max Eddy, m Gaston Gabaroche ; 
avec accord de l'ukulele. © Oct. 1, 
1982; E for. 27413; Editions Sala- 
bert. 1287 

Lead us on to victory; hymn. © Dec. 
24. 1932: E pub. 34297; Ida C. 
roung. 1288 



Leaves ; m Sylvester Long Cross ; pf . 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 66747 ; 
Lucy Humphrey. 1289 

Leavin' at midnite ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
13, 1933; E unp. 66179; Sylvia Bar- 
den Doane. 1290 

Legons d'harmonie des eleves ay ant 
remporte le premier prix aux con- 
cours des classes d'harmonie, annee 
1932 ; basse et chant donnes, Georges 
Becker, Georges Hiie and others, 
realisation, Georges Bouriette. 
Pierre Lantier and others. © Nov. 
1, 1932 ; E for. 27843 ; Heugel. 1291 

Left, left right; song. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 
1933; E unp. 65826; Hamilton For- 
rest. 1292 

Left-right [and] Little waltz; by 

. Adam Carse ; string quartet with pf .- 

conductor, pts. © Nov. 25, 1932: 

E for. 27614; Augener, ltd. 1293 

Legendes (Les) de la foret; de Sang 
Viennois, J. Strauss, arr. Yatove : 
pf. © Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 27429: 
Choudens. 1294 

Legion convention march ; song. © 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1933; E unp. 67080: 
Conroy Alfred Leonard. 1295 

Legion (The) of the lost; melodious 
monologue, w R. P. Weston and Bert 
Lee, m Harris Weston ; with ukulele 
arr. © Dec. 30, 1932 ; E for. 27657 : 
Francis, Day & Hunter, ltd. 1296 

Lento e patetico; v. Matiegka-Schu- 
bert, konzert-transkription, Joachim 
Stutschewsky ; violoncello u. pf . © 
Dec. 8, 1932; E for. 27821; B. 
Schott's sohne. 1297 

Lessons in love; song. © 1 -c. Jan. 
23, 1933 ; E unp. 66677 ; James Tan- 
nie. 1298 

Let me give my happiness to you : 
from Good companions, w Douglas 
Fnrber, m George Posfordi ; with 
ukulele arr. © Jan. 23, 1933 ; E for. 
27962; Keith. Prowse & co., ltd. 

1299 

Let me hold your hand ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; E unp. 
67000; William H. Bnnn. 1300 

Let me linger : w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 6, 1933: E unp. 65947; Joe Ma- 
roni. 1301 

Let's all start over again ; song. © 
1 c. Jan. 13, 1933; E unp. 66153: 
Mildred Cunningham Todd. 1302 



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1331 



Let's confess; w Arthur Freed, mel- 
ody Al Hoffman and Al Goodhart. 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933 ; E unp. 67112 ; 
Leo Feist, inc. 1303 

Let's forgive and forget; song, m 
James L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65774; 
Belva Spicer. 1304 

Let's go back to yesterday; song. © 
1 c. Jan. 20, 1933; E unp. 66586; 
James R. Gardner. 1305 

Let's go to Chicago today; song. © 
1 c. Jan. 23. 1933; E unp. 66660; 
Sylvia Wienshienk. 1306 

Let's have a cheer for good times ; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; 
E unp. 67058: Gerald Joseph Bal- 
son. 1307 

Let's paint the future with sunshine; 
fox trot song. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66923; Y. M. Offret. 1308 

Let the dreadful engines ; w Thomas 
D'Urfey, m Henry Purcell, arr. and 
ed. Edward J. Dent. © Sept. 15, 
1932; E for. 27736; Oxford univ. 
press. 1309 

Let there be love, and there was love ; 
w Don Hartman, melody Jay Gor- 
ney. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; E unp. 
66789; De Sylva, Brown & Hender- 
son, inc. 1310 

Letter (A) from him; cho., m Sylves- 
ter Long Cross. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1933; E imp. 66030; Irene Mills. 

1311 

Liberty (The) band march; by Gus 
Guentzel ; conductor's sc. © 1 c. 
Jan. 10, 1933 ; E unp. 66080 ; Harold 
Wm. Roberts. 1312 

Liberty road ; w and melody Clarence 
Muse. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933 ; E unp. 
66732; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

1313 

Liebe (Die) ist da- trallalala ; stim- 
mungsschlager, m Paul Preil, op. 
373, arr. Heinz Joachim Vieweg. 
© Nov. 15, 1932 ; E for. 27996 ; Willi 
Webels. 1314 

Liebe kommt, liebe geht . . . ; English 
waltz, aus Berlin-Alexanderplatz, w 
Hans Wilhelm, m Allan Gray, arr. 
Walter Borchert ; orch. stimmen. 
© Oct. 8, 1931 ; E for. 28160 ; Wiener 
boheme-verlag, G. m. b. H. 1315 

Lied (Das) einer nacht ; schlager. 
texte Marcellus Schiffer. m Mischa 
Spoliansky. © May 30, 1932 : E for. 



28142 ; Wiener boheme-verlag, G. in. 
b. H. 1316 

Lied im friihling ; w Johann Wolfgang 
von Goethe, m Erwin Lendvai, op. 
70, nr. 3 ; mannerchor ohne begl. 
Partitur. © Nov. 21, 1930; E for. 
27909 ; Gebr. Hug & co. 1317 

Light (The) of love; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 23, 1933; E unp. 66&38; Max 
Tasgal and Jack Finn. 1318 

Like an angel from heaven ; fox-trot, 
melody Morton Browne. © 1 c. Jan. 
5, 1933; E imp. 65917; Lillian Bor- 
enstein. 1319 

Like as a father pitieth his children ; 
w and m Millie Braidwood Wenz ; 
pf . © Nov. 7, 1932 ; E pub. 34047 ; 
Millie Goodsmith Wenz. 1320 

Lillie you came to me like a star ; 
waltz song. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; 
E unp. 65877 ; Joe La Form. 1321 

Lillies [sic] of the vallev ; pf. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 66245; Flor- 
ence C. Regan. 1322 

Linda ; tango, de Juan Ghirlanda, arr. 
Francis Salabert : orch. ptes. et 
paroles. © Nov. 1. 1932; E for. 
27830; Editions Salabert. 1323 

Linda hambo ; text : Ake Soderblom. 
m: Einar Bjorke ; pf. © Dec. 20. 
1932; E for. 37683; Edition Sylvain. 

1324 

Linda Milonguita : tango, Lola Caste- 
gnaro, arr. Paul Abel ; orch. pti. 
© Oct. 31, 1932; E for. 27353; So- 
ciety anonima Suvini-Zerboni. 1325 

Little alibis; w Harry Pease and Ed. 
G. Nelson, melody Abel Baer. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65822: Leo 
Feist, inc. 1326 

Little Anna Mae ; fox-trot song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 17, 1933; E unp. 66906; John 
S. Martin. 1327 

Little bit t»' sunshine : w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 25. 1933 : E imp. 66768 : 
Beulah Clay pool. 1328 

Little (The) brown house in the val- 
ley ; song, m James L. Brown ; with 
ukulele arr. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1933; 
E unp. 66537 : Hazel Beymer Smith. 

1329 

Little bugler ; by William M. Felton : 
pf. © Dec. 30. 1932 ; E pub. 34126 : 
McKinley music co. 1330 

Little bv little : w. m and ukulele arr. 
© 1 c. Jan. 17. 1933: E unp. 66395; 
Sarah Frances Marshall. 1331 



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Little (The) church in Tennessee; w 
and melody. © 1 e. Jan. 12, 1933; 
E unp. 66156 ; Volney Blanchard. 

1332 

Little Cinderella : song, w G. Guerin. 
© 1 c. Jan. 30. 1933 : E unp. 66967 ; 
Lyle Dubois and Grattan Guerin. 

1333 

Little (A) flower of springtime; by 
Ada May Piaget, op. 55 ; pf. © Jan. 
5, 1933; E pub. 34289; B. F. Wood 
music co. 1334 

Little green gate to heaven ; w Fred 
Meadows, m Ernest Charles. © Jan. 
3, 1933: E pub. 34097; Harms, inc. 

1335 

Little (A) home for two; waltz; pf. 
with w. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933: E 
unp. 67040 : Harold D. Miller. 1336 

Little hunk of meat : song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1933: E unp. 67036; John 
Troy. 1337 

Little ( The ) Jesus ; Christmas carol, 
w Lizette AY. Reese : mixed voices. 
© 1 c. Jan. 5. 1933: E unp. 65886; 
Edward C. Potter. 133S 

Little Jim Crow ; w John Essex, m 
J. Maynard Grover. © Nov. 25, 
1932 ; E for. 27958 ; Cary & co. 1339 

Little lost silver spoon ; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 20, 1933: E unp. 66587; Mary 
M. Riley. 1340 

Little (A) love game; w and m John 
P. Scott and Dorothy E. Borchers. 
© Jan. 3. 1933 ; E pub. 34550 ; Wal- 
ter A. Quincke. 1341 

Little Mary Lou ; fox trot song. © 
1 c. Jan. 18, 1933; E unp. 66924; 
George McGinnis. 1342 

Little (Tbe) old brick cburch ; w and 
melody Herald Goodman, Dean Up- 
son and Curt Poulton ; with string 
arr. © Dec. 29. 1932 ; E pub. 34331 ; 
Vagabonds. Dean. Curt and Herald. 

1343 

Little princess; English Marjorie 
Harper, Spanish M. E. Palomero, m 
J. Padilla, arr. J. Rosamond John- 
son. © Jan. 10, 1933 ; E pub. 34314 ; 
Edward B. Marks music corp. 1344 

Little (Tbe) rich girl, who was poor; 
operetta, w and m Carolyn R. Free- 
man. © Aug. 25. 1932; D 28368; 
Eldridge entertainment bouse, inc. 

1344* 



Little sunshine girl; song, w Jas. 
O. Dees. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; E 
imp. 66635 ; Louise Dees. 1345 

Little (The) white church on the hill; 
hymn, m Alice M. Fagen. © 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1933; E unp. 67039; Lester 
P. Fagen. 1346 

Lloer (Y) ; cantata wedi ei darparu 
a'i threfnu i leisiau trebl o geinciau, 
w Charles Williams, tr. into Welsh 
T. Gwynn Jones, m Henry Purcell, 
arr. W. Gillies Whittaker. © Nov. 
17. 1932 ; E for. 27746 : Oxford univ. 
press. 1347 

Lob der bestandigkeit ; w Johann Wolf- 
gang v. Goethe, m Erwin Lendvai, 
op. 58, nr. 1 ; dreistimmigen frauen-o. 
kinderchor ohne begl. Partitur. © 
Oct. 29, 1930; E for. 27910; Gebr. 
Hug & co. 1348 

Logan square legionnaire; by Albert 
E. Long; 1 and 2 G's, bass bugle, 
tenor, snare, cym. and bass. Sc. 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1933; E unp. 65885; 
Logan square drum and bugle corps. 

1349 

Lolita ; song, m Sylvester Long Cross. 
© 1 c. Jan. 14. 1933 ; E unp. 66272 ; 
Elmer Shrum. 1350 

Lolita's awakening : waltz-tango : pf . 
© 1 c. Jan. 18. 1933 : E unp. 66404 ; 
Ethel L. Mahoney. 1351 

Lolita's dream: fox-trot tango; pf. © 
1 c. Jan. 18. 1933: E unp. 66405; 
Etbel L. Mahoney. 1352 

Londonderry air; old Irish melody, 
arr. Zarh M. Bickford ; Hawaiian 
guit. solo, and 2d Hawaiian guit. 
obbl.. with pf. ace. © Dec. 31, 1932; 
E pub. 34028: Fred Heltman co. 

1353 

Lonely ; fox-trot, w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 14. 1933; E unp. 66232; 
Paul Madison Kniskern. 1354 

melody with uf. ace. © 1 c. 

Jan. 3. 1933: E unp. 66630; Anna 
Simonson and Marie Christianson. 

1355 

song, m Sylvester Long Cross. 

© 1 c. Jan. 9. 1933; E unp. 66022; 
Helena Christensen. 1356 

Lonely and blue till I met you; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 9. 1933; E unp. 66300; 
Bessie Sutton Ford. 1357 

Lonely (A) hill-billy; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 20. 1933: E unp. 66582; 
William Eberhardt. jr. 1358 



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1380 



Lonely nights ; song, m James L. 
Brown ; with ukulele arr. § 1 c. 
Jan. 28, 1933; E unp. 00959; Clara 
E. Morris. 1359 

Lonely park; fox-trot, w Mack David, 
m Harry Stride, arr. Jack Mason ; 
orch. pts., with male trio arr. J. 
Rosamond Johnson. © Jan. 4, 1933 ; 
E pub. 34230 ; Edward B. Marks mu- 
sic corp. 1300 

Lonely without you ; pf . with w. © 
1 c. Jan. 13, 1933; E unp. 00190; 
Veeda Emma Amalia Mandel Meyers. 

1301 

Lonesome and blue ; w and m Edwin 
Tillman, arr. Jean Walz ; with 
Hawaiian guit. solo arr. N. Manoloff 
and ukulele and guit. chords. © 
Jan. 9, 1933; E pub. 34457; M. M. 
Cole pub. co. 1302 

Lonesome for someone ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1933; E unp. 05922; 
William Krumin. 1303 

Lonesome Valley Sally; w Tom Ken- 
nedy and Dick Sanford, m Geo. B. 
McConnell; pf. treble. © 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1933; E unp. 07110; Nattrass- 
Schenck, inc. 1304 

Lord (The) of life; Easter cantata, 
w Mattie B. Shannon, m Roy E. 
Nolte ; mixed voices. © Jan. 3, 
1933 ; E pub. 34329 ; Lorenz pub. co. 

1305 

Lorelei ; legend of the Rhine, w Sydney 
Holden, and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
24, 1933 ; E unp. 00719 ; Otto Motzan. 

1300 

Lorenz's vox humana no. 4; volun- 
taries, compiled H. von Berge ; or- 
gan. © Dec. 20, 1932 ; E pub. 34330 ; 
Lorenz pub. co. 1307 

Lost (The) cat; lyric E. V. Rieu, m 
Ernest Austin ; unison voices. © 
Dec. 20, 1932 ; E for. 27593 ; Elkin & 
co., ltd. 1308 

Lost, strayed or stolen; fox-trot song, 
w Viv. Clark. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933 ; 
E unp. 07029; Geo. Lee Turner. 

1309 

Lough Erne ; song. © Nov. 3. 1932 ; E 
for. 27791 ; Anna Meakin. 1370 

Love; w and melody Matt Malneck 
and Frank Signorelli. © 1 c. Jan. 
12, 1933; E unp. 00300; Famous 
music corp. 1371 



Love, bring my love back to me ; from 
Hypnotized, w Bernie Grossman, m 
Desider Josef Vecsei ; with ukulele 
arr. © Dec. 24, 1932 ; E pub. 34299 ; 
Famous music corp. 1372 

■ w Bernie Grossman, in Desider 

Josef Vecsei. © 1 c. Nov. 29, 1932 ; 
E unp. 04557 ; Mack Sennett, inc. 

1373 

Love came to my garden ; w and m 
Helen Matthews. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 
1932; E unp. 05992; Helen Mat- 
thews de Lashmutt, i. e. Mrs. John 
M. de Lashmutt. 1374 

Love charm key; w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; E unp. 00782; 
Pioter Nussinof. 1375 

Love (A) divine; w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 4, 1933; E unp. 05802; 
Samuel Alexander Lewis Evans. 

1370 

Love has found me at last; w and m 
Al Dobie. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1933; E 
unp. 00097 ; Alex W. Dobieski. 1377 

Love has no depression ; w Albert 
Howard, m Merrick Barton. © 1 c. 
Dec. 27, 1932; E unp. 05878; Albert 
Howard Barton. 1378 

Love holds me fast; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1933 ; E unp. 00879 ; 
Nell Thompson Miller. 1379 

Love in the moonlight for me ; w J. C. 
Lewis, jr., m Charley Kisco; with 
ukulele arr. © Jan. 27, 1933; E 
pub. 34587 ; Sherman, Clay & co. 

1380 

Love is a charming thing ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 
00044; Antonio Vallevona. 1381 

Love is a dream; fox-trot, w J. C. 
Lewis, jr., m Charley Kisco; with 
ukulele arr. © Jan. 20, 1933; E 
pub. 34585; Leo Feist, inc. 1382 

w J. C. Lewis, jr., melody Charley 

Kisco. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933 ; E unp. 
00205; Leo. Feist, inc. 1383 

Love is dead; w and m F. C. Bern- 
hardt and Dorothy Bates. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1933; E unp. 07079; Fred 
Charles Bernhardt. 1384 

Love lingers on; song, m Sylvester 
Long Cross ; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933 ; 
E unp. 00023 ; Jack Rose and Ruby 
Tunks. 1385 

Love me; from A good woman poor 
thing, w and m Arthur Margetson. 
© Jan. 23, 1933; E pub. 34510; 
Harms, inc. 13SG 



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Love me — Continued. 

■ song. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 

65853 : Arthur Margetson. 1387 

■ violin and pf. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 

1933; E unp. 65832; Maurice Zbri- 

(TQK 1 Q«« 



ger. 



1388 



Love me always : valse song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 66011; Helen 
Farnham Gleason. 1389 

Love me too ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 10. 1933; E unp. 66074; Louis 
Di Dio. 1390 

w Jess Holbert, m W. Robinson. 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933 ; E unp. 66609 ; 
Jesse Holbert and Wesley Robinson. 

1391 

Love me while you mav ; melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 66224; 
Michael Moosa. 1392 

Love on a farm ; w and m Mildred 
Maurer and Millicent Jean; with 
ukulele arr. © Jan. 23, 1933; E 
pub. 34559; Randolph music pub- 
lishers. 1393 

Love (The) racquet; musical comedy, 
bk. and lyrics I. A. Rosenthal, m 
Arthur J. Bronstein. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 
1933 ; D 28361 ; Ira A. Rosenthal. 

1393* 

Love returns; w G. Panzone, melody 
F. Kaplan. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1933; 
E unp. 66532; Frank Kaplan and 
Gene Panzone. 1394 

Love's the joy of life ; waltz, from 
The school for husbands, w Helen 
Gardom, m Raie Da Costa. © Dec. 
24, 1932 ; E for. 27699 ; Ascherberg, 
Hopwood & Crew, ltd. 1395 

Love sleeps in the rose; w and m 
Helen Matthews. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 
1932; E unp. 65994; Helen Mat- 
thews de Lashmutt, i. e. Mrs. John 
M. de Lashmutt. 1396 

Love supreme; pf. with w. © 1 c. 
Jan. 25, 1933; E unp. 66755; Ulyssie 
Esther Burrous. 1397 

Love tales ; w and m Benny Davis, 
Sam H. Stept and Milton Ager ; with 
ukulele arr. Arnold New. © Jan. 3, 
1933 ; E pub. 34157 ; Ager, Yellen & 
Bornstein, inc. 1398 

Love will always find a way; w and m 
E. D. Worsham and Ruth Depper- 
man ; pf . treble. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1933; E unp. 67023; Eloise Depper- 
man Worsham. 1399 



Love you are the sunrise ; w Harold 
Adamson, melody Burton Lane. © 
1 c. Jan. 21, 1933; E unp. 66615; 
Irving Berlin, inc. 1400 

Love you caught me sleeping; fox- 
trot song. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; E 
unp. 66301; Elsie Trewin. 1401 

Loveliness ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 
1933 ; E unp. 67065 ; John H. Wood- 
bury, inc. 1402 

Lovely: song. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1933; E 
unp. 66014; Arnold B. Leipold. 

1403 

Lovely little fraiilein ; w Mack Gor- 
don, m Harry Revel, arr. Kendall 
Burgess ; with ukulele arr. © Nov. 
30. 1932; E pub. 34321; Kornheiser 
music pub. co., inc. 1404 

Lovely weather ; w L. J. Monaghan, 
jr.. J. Solomon and Thos. Naughton ; 
pf. with w. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1933; 
E unp. 66519 ; Leo Joseph Monaghan, 
jr. and Julius Solomon. 1405 

Lover mine; w and m C. Sam Wilke. 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 66106; 
Henrietta Josephine Wilke and 
Clyde Schulz Wilke. 1406 

Lover o'mine ; w Dorothy Quick, m 
Cecil Cowles. © Jan. 6, 1933; E 
pub. 34311 ; G. Ricordi & co., inc. 

1407 

Lovers ; w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
24. 1933 ; E unp. 66701 ; Ralph Wurt- 
zel. 1408 

Lover's land ; song, melody Larry E. 
Goffin. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933 ; E unp. 
66105 ; Kermit Olson. 1409 

Lovers lane where you whispered you'd 
be mine ; waltz, w and in Harold 
Eugene Stewart; with ukulele arr. 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1933; E unp. 66285; 
Harold Stewart. 1410 

Lover's waltz ; by H. F. Hensel ; treble 
sc. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933; E unp. 
66329 ; Harry Francis Hensel. 1411 

w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 

1933; E unp. 66769; Anthony Emil 
Gliotton. 1412 

— — w Joan Jasmyn, m Maurice K. 
Jerome, pf. sc. Merle T. Kendrick ; 
with ukulele arr. © Jan. 4, 1933; 
E pub. 34113; M. K. Jerome music 
corp. 1413 

Love's adieu ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1933 ; E unp. 66611 ; Melville Grems. 

1414 



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1445 



Love's freedom ; song, melody Shelly 
Lee Alley. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1933; 
E unp. 66132 ; Dora Pernot. 1415 

Love's mystery ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65789; 
Frank Tychewicz. 1416 

Love's old sweet song is a new song 
to me ; w and melody Dana Suesse. 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1933 ; E unp. 66358 ; 
Famous music corp. 1417 

Love's sincerity; w and m R. L. Sid- 
dons. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 
65761; Sydney L. Rothery. 1418 

Love's whispering melody; waltz 
song, melody Jimmie Means. © 1 c. 
Jan. 21, 1933; E unp. 66664; Ches- 
ter Thurlow Finley. 1419 

Lovey ; w Arthur Freed, melody Al 
Hoffman and Al Goodhart. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1933; E unp. 67115; Leo 
Feist, inc. 1420 

Lovin' man ; song ; with ukulele arr. 
© Jan. 23, 1933 ; E pub. 34558 ; Rose 
Mary Richardville and Frank M. 
Anleitner. 1421 

Loving all the day; fox-trot song. © 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 66302; 
Norval Embree. 1422 

Low down upon the Harlem river ; w 
Mack Gordon, melody Harry Revel. 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 66314 ; 
De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, inc. 

1423 

Lucky for me ; from Good companions, 
w Douglas Furber, m George Pos- 
ford; with ukulele arr. © Jan. 23, 
1933; E for. 27963; Keith, Prowse 
& co., ltd. 1424 

Lullaby ; by Albert Sammons ; violin 
and pf. © Dec. 6, 1932; E for. 
27585; Hawkes & son (London) ltd. 

1425 

pf. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 

66138; Marian Whittaker March. 

1426 

[and] Dance; by Adam Carse ; 

string quartet with pf.-conductor. 
pts. © Nov. 25, 1932 ; E for. 27613 ; 
Augener, ltd. 1427 

Lulu; song, with ukulele arr. © Dec. 
10, 1932 ; E pub. 34460 ; Harry Lang- 
don. 1428 

Luna (La) e l'usignolo; versi Angiolo 
Silvio Novaro, m Giulio Cesare Son- 
zogno, © Oct. 31, 1932; E for. 
27357; Societa anonima Suvini-Zer- 
boni. 1429 



Lupe schottisch ; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1933; E uni>. 66059; Fnmcisco It. 
Arellano. 1430 

Lyo glade; fox-trot, Ed. Mahieux et 
Graven; orch. ptes. © Oct. 1, 1932; 
E for. 27390; Choudens. 1431 

M. & O. blues no. 3 ; my baby called 
the police, w and melody Walter 
Davis. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
66426; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

1432 

Ma l'amore e un' altra cosa ; valzer, 
letra Michele Galdieri, m Dan Cas- 
lar. 1. Orch. pti., arr. G. Bonnard. — 
2. Pf.— 3. Mandolino. © Oct. 20, 
1932; E for. 27340, 27342, 27343; 
Fratelli Curci. 1433-1435 

Ma li'l black coon ; w Eric Haydon, m 
Henry Geehl ; in D. © Nov. 17, 
1932 ; E for. 27778 ; Edwin Ashdown, 
ltd. 1436 

Ma vieille maison ; par Yatove ; pf . © 
Oct. 1, 1932 ; E for. 27422 ; Choudens-. 

1437 

McOravy (The Frank & Jim) album of 
fireside songs; composed, arr. and 
compiled Frank & Jim McCravy ; 
with guit. arrs. © Dec. 30, 1932; 
AA 113788 ; Southern music pub. co., 
inc. 1438 

Mach mich nicht melancholisch ; aus 
Der tanzende Shylock, text Geza 
Herczeg u. Leo Straus, m Erwin 
Straus, erl. klavier arr. Hans Schnei- 
der. © Nov. 28, 1932 ; E for. 27998 ; 
Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard Herz- 
mansky). 1439 

Mad moments ; w Mack Gordon, m 
Harry Revel. © Jan. 23, 1933; E 
pub. 34551 ; De Sylva, Brown & Hen- 
derson, inc. 1440 

Madiana ; melodie antillaise, paroles 
et m Mai'otte Almaby. © Dec. 10, 
1932; E for. 27369; Editions Jose 
phine Baker. 1441 

Madonna wo bist du ; schlager, w Max 
Bertuch u. Hanns Dekner. m Al- 
brecht Haselbach, lift. 1, 2. © Sept. 
30, 1932 ; E for. 27480, 27481 ; Rondo- 
verlag, G. m b. H. 1442, 1443 

walzer, w Hanns Dekner u. Max 

Bertuch, m Albrecht Haselbach, arr. 
Horst Hoffman. 1. Gesang u. klav. — 
2. Orch. stimmen. © Sept. 22, 1932; 
E for. 27476, 27477 ; Rondo-verlag, 
G. m. b. H. 1444, 1445 

Madel weine nicht so sehr ; niarsch, 
aus Der schonste maim im staate, 



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Madel weine nicht so sehr — Continued, 
text u. in Gustav Althoff u. Artur 
Guttniann. arr. Richard Etlinger ; 
orch. stimmen. © Feb. 17, 1932; E 
for. 28145 : Wiener boheme-verlag. 
G. m. b. H. 1446 

w Gustav Althoff, m 

Artur Guttmann. © Feb. 17, 1932 ; 
E for. 28108 ; Wiener boheme-verlag-, 
G. m. b. H. 1447 

Maid (The) in calico: w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933 ; E unp. 66219 ; 
William A. Orr. 1448 

Maid in Germany ; waltz, old German, 
arr. Albert Harvey ; 2 violins. © 
Dec. 31, 1932; E pub. 34016; Fred 
Heltman co. 1449 

Main title : melody Max Steiner. © 
1 c. Jan. 7. 1933: E unp. 66468; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 1450 

Mais lorsque tu danses ; tango, paroles 
Jacques Bousquet. m Rose Cornaz. 

• © Nov. 1, 1932 : E for. 27885 ; Henry 
Lemoine et cie. 1451 

Make that cocktail shaker ring ; w and 
m Sylvan Green, arr. Geo. F. Brie- 
gel ; pf . treble. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66341 ; Frank J. Small. 1452 

Maker of dreams : w and m George 
Brown and Alfred Solman ; with 
ukulele arr. © Jan. 3, 1933 ; E pub. 
34098 : M. Witmark & sons. 1453 

w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 

1933; E unp. 65848; Plin Joseph 
Swan son. 1454 

Malgre moi : valse chanson, de film 
Avec 1'assurance. paroles Saint-Gra- 
nier. © Dec. 1, 1932 : E for. 28044 ; 
Ch. Borel-Clerc. 1455 

Mama's darling; song, m James L. 
Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 19. 1933 ; E unp. 66539; Andrew 
J. Churney. 1456 

Mammys lullabye : fox-trot, w and mel- 
ody. © Jan. 25. 1933 ; E pub. 34581 ; 
Ray Genung. 1457 

Man braucht kein geld ; foxtrot aus 
dem lustspiel. text Giinther Bibo u. 
Willy Rosen, m Willy Rosen, spezial- 
arr. Karl Buchholz ; salon orch. 
stimmen. © Aug. 21, 1932; E for. 
27800: Crescendo theaterverlag, G. 
m. b. H. 1458 

schlager aus dem musikalischen 

lustspiel. text Willy Rosen u. Gun- 
ther Bibo, m Willy Rosen. © Sept. 
12. 1932: E for. 27805; Crescendo 
theaterverlag, G. m. b. H. 1459 



Manchuria : melody Max Steiner. © 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 66446; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 1460 

Maniu. moja Maniu ; slowa : W. J. 
Weglarz, muzyka : E. B. Stuart. © 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1933 ; E unp. 66042 ; Wil- 
liam John Weglarz. 1461 

Manuale di cultura musicale generale : 
armonia. Carlo Pedron. parte 2 a , 
corso teorico-pratico. © Nov. 2, 
1932 ; A for. 19190 ; A. & G. Carisch 
& c. 1462 

Maoriland ; solo or duet, w Nell and 
L. Can*. © Jan. 7, 1933; E pub. 
34288; Laurence Carr. 1463 

Maracca : rumba Cubana, letra Isa 
Roy y Romerito [and] Er nino der 
sarampion ; pasodoble comico tauri- 
no, letra Jose Remon Vallejo : m 
Valeriano Millan ; orch. ptes. © 
Nov. 10, 1932; E for. 27363; Her- 
mann Haberer Helasco. 1464 

Marcadet 49-27 ; de van Hoorebeke ; 
pf. © Dec. 1, 1932; E for. 28058; 
Choudens. 1465 

March (The) king; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 
1933; E unp. 66842; Frank James 
Reger. 1466 

March of the fauns; by Harold Wans- 
borough; pf. © Dec. 30, 1932; E 
pub. 34122: McKinley music co. 

1467 

March of the magi ; by Garth Edmund- 
son ; organ. © Dec. 28, 1932 ; E pub. 
34066 ; H. W. Gray co. 1468 

March of the men of Harlech ; ed. and 
arr. W. H. Reed ; violin and pf. 
© Oct. 13, 1932; E for. 27730; Ox- 
ford univ. press. 1469 

March on, march on for Jersey ; song, 
w Eugene R. Musgrove. 1 Sop. 1, 2 
and alto, or sop., alto and bass. — 2. 
Solo, with ad lib upper voice. © 
Dec. 31, 1932; E pub. 34607; Carl 
H. Galloway. 1470 

Marcha soldadinho ; pf. © Nov. 12, 
1932 : E for. 27467 ; Octavio Pinto. 

1471 

Marche hongroise ; tour de force en 
octaves, H. Kowalski, freely arr. 
Alberto Jonas ; 2 pfs., 4 hands. © 
Dec. 9, 1932; E pub. 34206; Carl 
Fischer, inc. 1472 

Marche indienne ; de Ad. Sellenick, 
nouvelle version pour grand orch. 
et pf. conducteur avec a defaut, 
Andre Petiot. © Oct. 1, 1932; E 
for. 27391 ; Alphonse Leduc et cie. 

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Marching along together ; w and m 
Edward Pola and Franz Steininger ; 
with ukulele arr. © Oct. 4, 1932 ; E 
for. 28010 ; Peter Maurice music co., 
ltd. 1474 

Margherita Albana ; canon, m Paul 
Dupin ; choeur & 3 voix, sans ace. 
© Dec. 1, 1932; E for. 28079; Du- 
rand et cie. 1475 

Marguerites (Les) ; slow-fox, paroles 
et m Andree Grosmaire et Auguste 
Persiani ; avec accord de l'ukulele. 
© Nov. 1, 1932; E for. 27847; Edi- 
tions Salabert. 1476 

Marigold ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 4, 1933; E unp. 65872; Lillian 
Viggers. 1477 

Marines (The) have landed; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933; E 
unp. 66363 ; Hyman Goldman. 1478 

Marionnettes" ; fox-trot de La voix de 
sa maitresse, H. de Beatti et L. 
Aube. © May 15, 1932; E for. 
27675; Editions Salabert. 1479 

Marita ; w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
4, 1933; E unp. 65846; Blanche M. 
Byce. 1480 

w Stuart Clarke, m Arthur 

Macalpine; with ukulele arr. R. S. 
Stoddon. © Dec. 29, 1932; E for. 
27695 ; B. Feldman & co. 1481 

Marseillaise (La) des contribuables. ; 
song, paroles R. La Peyrade et J. 
Casadesus. © Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 
27405; Francis Casadesus. 1482 

Martial album for modern fife, bugle 
and drum corps ; 16 marches com- 
posed, adapted and arr. J. J. Don- 
nelly and V. L. Mott. © Dec. 15, 
1932; E pub. 34185; Carl Fischer, 
inc. 1483 

Mary Marie ma petite ; fox-trot song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 66907 ; 
James M. Dunlap. 1484 

Mary, my pretty Mary; song, m Syl- 
vester Long Cross. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1933; E unp. 66026; Ben Pyatt. 

1485 

Masquerade party ; minuet, Albert 
Holton ; violin 1, 2 and pf. © Dec. 
29, 1932 ; E pub. 34200 ; Carl Fischer, 
inc. 1486 

Master songs of all time; revised and 
ed. Alfred Moffat, breathing, phras- 
ing and expression marks Albert 



Garcia, new English tr. D. Millar 
Craig; med. voice. © Dec. 16, 1932; 
E for. 27970; Alfred Lengnick & co., 
ltd. 1487 

Masters in this* hall ; carol anthem, 
w William Morris, m based on old 
French carol, arr. T. Frederick H. 
Candlyn ; mixed voices ; organ ace. 
© Nov. 18, 1932 ; E pub. 34172 ; Carl 
Fischer, inc. 1488 

Matelots (Les) nubiens ; canon, m 
Paul Dupin ; choeur k 6 voix, fem- 
mes et enfant s et basses sup., sans 
ace. © Dec. 1, 1932; E for. 28076; 
Durand et cie. 1489 

May-be ; w J. Franklyn Frye ; pf . 
treble. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 
66506; Howard Bunts. 1490 

May morning ; by J. Hullah Brown : 
percussion band and violin, sc. and 
pts., with pf.. and child-conductor's 
sc. © Dec. 14, 1932; E for. 27573; 
Joseph Williams, ltd. 1491 

May the grace of Christ; anthem, w 
J. Newton, m Ivor R. Davies ; treble 
voices. © Dec. 30, 1932; E for. 
27491; Novello & co., ltd. 1492 

May you not forget ; song, w James 
Courtney Challiss. © 1 c. Dec. 21, 
1932; E unp. 66612; Eva Marie 
Mouton. 1493 

Mazas (F.) Etiiden ; op. 36. neubearb. 
Maxim Jacobsen ; violine. heft 2. © 
Dec. 20, 1932 ; E for. 27504 ; Anton J. 
Benjamin, a. g. 1494 

Mbraccia a me; versi Antonio Bar- 
bieri, m Vincenzo di Chiara. © 
Dec. 31, 1932; E for. 28025; Casa 
editrice F. Bideri. 1495 

Meadow dance: by Carl Wilhelm 
Kern, op. 678, no. 7, ed. Rudolph 
Magin ; violin, 1st position, and pf. 
© Dec. 30, 1932; E pub. 34245; 
Theodore Presser co. 1496 

Meet me by the moonlight alone : w 
and melody A. P. Carter. © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 66476; South- 
ern music pub. co., inc. 1497 

Mein gniidiges fraulein. ich triiume 
seit tagen von ihnen ; slow-fox [and] 
Einerlei, ob wir zwei ohne geld 
sind ; marsch : aus Der nimmt die 
liebe ernst. w Fritz Rotter, in Wil- 
helm Grosz. arr. Bert Cadi : orch. 
stimmen. © July 30, 1931: E for. 
28144 ; Wiener bobeme-verlag, G. m. 
b. H. 1498 



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Mem schones vis-a-vis; tango, text 
Becla, m Juan Llossas. © Mar. 25, 
1931 ; E for. 28092 ; Wiener boheme- 
verlag, Otto Hein. 1499 

Mein vaterland ; marsch, inelodie 
Adalbert Herkner. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1933 ; E imp. 65906 : Harry Renes. 

1500 

Meine grosse liebe ist ein kleines 
miidel ; tango, deutsch Otto Forst- 
Berg, englisch Fred Barny, m Rod- 
erich Lander, arr. Leo Kwant ; orch. 
stimmen. © Dec. 20, 1932; E for. 
27725; Risi-ton-verlag. 1501 

Meine liebe blunt alle jabre auf's neu' ; 
walzerlied, aus Holzapfel weiss 
alles, w Cbarlie Roellingboff. m 
Hans J. Salter, arr. Franz Stolzen- 
wald; oreh. stimmen. © Feb. 22, 
1932 ; E for. 28150 ; Wiener boheme- 
verlag, G. m. b. H. 1502 

Melody out of the blue ; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 16, 1933 ; E imp. 66883 ; Gordon 
William Jensen. 1503 

Memories ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1933 ; 
E imp. 66856; Alice A. Braynard. 

1504 

song, w Ella Gearing. © 1 c. 

Jan. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 66394 ; Walter 
Gearing. 1505 

Memories of mother; hymn. © Dec. 
31. 1932; E pub. 34340; W. E. 
Buff urn. 1506 

Memories of the old lovers' lane; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; 
E unp. 66989 ; William S. Lindquist. 

1507 

Memphis gal ; melody D. Williams. © 
1 c. Jan. 7, 1933: E unp. 66472; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 1508 

Mendelssobn-Bartholdy (Jacob Lud- 
wig Felix ) Mendelssohn-fantasie ; 
by John Foulds ; orch. pts. © Dec. 
21, 1932; E for. 27968; Bosworth & 
co., ltd. 1509 

On wings of song; op. 34, no. 2, 

transcribed A. Walter Kramer; 
violin, violoncello and pf. © Dec. 
31, 1932; E pub. 34077; M. Wit- 
mark & sons. 1510 

Six pieces enfantines et deux 

romances sans paroles; transcrits 
Victor Coeur; harpo a pedales. © 
Dec. 1, 1932: E for. 28054; Jean 
.lobert. 1511 

Two songs without words ; op. 62, 

no. 4 and op. 85, no. 5, arr. George 
('. Gault ; brass sextette with pf. 



conductor. © Jan. 18, 1933 ; E pub. 
34439 ; Dixie music house. 1512 

Mercy and truth ; w adapted from 
Psalms, hi Van Denman Thompson; 
4-pt. mixed cho., organ ace. © Dec. 
29. 1932 ; E pub. 34258 ; G. Schirmer, 
inc. 1513 

Merry (A) tune; by Wallace A. John- 
son; rhythmic orch. pts. and teach- 
ers sc. © Dec. 30, 1932; E pub. 
34102; Theodore Presser co. 1514 

Messieurs les marechaux ; defile 
marehe. Trespaille-Barrau ; orch. 
ptes. © Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 27392; 
Barrau. 1515 

Metropomania ; blues, Val Burton and 
Will Jason; melody with pf. ace. 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 66563 : 
Movietone music corp. 1516 

Mexican moonlight ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
14, 1933; E unp. 66896; Jacinto S. 
Fernandez. 1517 

Mi Gitano ; paso-doble, A. Urmeneta : 
orch. ptes. © Oct. 22, 1932; E for. 
27364; Hermann Haberer Helasco. 

1518 

Mi tienda ; cancion capricho, letra 
Ricardo Lopez Mendez, m Armando 
Camejo. © Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 
27929 ; A. Wagner y Levien sues., s. 
en c. 1519 

Mia (La) signora ; versi Beniamino 
Rossi, m Alfredo Mazzucchi ; pf. © 
Dec. 31, 1932; E for. 28032; Casa 
editrice F. Bideri. 1520 

Michigan moon: w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; E unp. 66993: 
Richard S. Phillips. 1521 

Mientras cae la lluvia : vals-cancion, 
letra Jos6 Luis Diaz Castilla, m 
Gonzalo Curiel. © Aug. 1, 1932; 
E for. 27936; A. Wagner y Levien 
sues., s. en c. 1522 

Mildred waltz; melody Max Steiner. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 66447; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 1523 

Minnie's divorce ; w Joe Young, melody 
Leo Diamond. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1933 ; 
E imp. 66549 ; Irving Berlin, inc. 

1524 

Minuet (The) of the fairy bells: by 
Kenneth A. Wright: pf. © Dec. 8, 
1932; E for. 27828; Schott & co.. 
ltd. 1525 

Minuetto rustico ; op. 1 ; instrumen- 
tal. © 1 c. Jan. 21. 1933; E unp. 
66606; Vindicio Malinverni. 1526 



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1556 



Mir fehlt zum gliick nur ein madel 
wie du ; paso doble, w Fritz Rotter, 
m Sylvio Ricardo, spezial-arr. Wal- 
ter Borchert .; orch. stimmen. © 
Apr. 6, 1932; E for. 28123; Wiener 
boheme-verlag, G.m.b.H. 1527 

Mirabelle ; for mixed cho., Cyril Scott. 
Voc. sc. © Dec. 20, 1932; E for. 
27577; Boosey & co., ltd. 1528 

Missa ; in honorem sanctissimi nominis 
Jesu, w liturgical; male voices; or- 
gan ace. © Dec. 1, 1932; E pub. 
34379 ; Eugeniusz Walkiewicz. 1529 

Missa brevis; setting, Healey Willan; 
mixed cho. 1. In E flat. — 2. In F 
min.— 3. In F. © Nov. 18, 1932; 
E pub. 34175-34177; Carl Fischer, 
inc. 1530-1532 

Mississippi lament ; by William Wir- 
ges, arr. Julius S. Seredy; vocal 
orch. pts. ; med. voice, in E flat. © 
Nov. 2, 1932; E pub. 34188; Carl 
Fischer, inc. 1533 

Mizpah ; song, m Earl Whittemore. 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 66643 ; 
Elizabeth Arrington Wright. 1534 

Moanin' in the moonlight ; w Herb 
Magidson, melody Sam H. Stept. © 
1 c. Jan. 19, 1933; E unp. 66550; 
Irving Berlin, inc. 1535 

Mobile's own Azalea trail ; song, m 
James L. Brown; with ukulele arr. 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 66046; 
W. C. Spotswood. 1536 

Mode (La) est & la Java ; Java, paroles 
R. Vilhianne, m F. Gascard; orch. 
ptes., avec pf. © Oct, 1, 1932; E 
for. 27400 ; Henry Lemoine et cie. 

1537 

Modulation; melody Max Steiner. © 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 66448; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 1538 

Moments that will treasured be ; song, 
m James L. Brown ; with ukulele 
arr. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1933; E unp. 
66946; Leonard Lundsten. 1539 

Mon coeur soupire ; tango, de La jeune 
fille d'en face, paroles Andr6 Hor- 
nez, m Al. Romans et Francis Greg- 
son ; avec accord de l'ukulele. © 
Nov. 1, 1932 ; E for. 27873 ; Editions 
Salabert. 1540 

Monarchs of the air ; march, arr. D. 
Clingenpeel; band. Sc. © 1 c. 
Jan. 20, 1933; E unp. 66577; Marie 
Anna Beaurman. 1541 



Monika ; tango, text Hermann Ottmar, 
m Rudolph Nelson, klavier arr. Bert 
Cadi. © Jan. 29, 1931 ; E for. 28089 ; 
Wiener boheme-verlag, Otto Hein. 

1542 

Montana gives me the thrill ; song. © 
1 c. Dec. 27, 1932; E unp. 65755; 
Jesse F. Archdale. 1543 

Month (A) from today; fox-trot; pf. 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1933 ; E unp. 66102 ; 
Edwin H. Peters. 1544 

Moods; suite, Haydn Wood; pf. © 
Nov. 23, 1932; E for. 27722; Chap- 
pell & co., ltd. 1545 

Moon in my room ; song, m A. J. Tur- 
ner and A. J. Weidt. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 
1933 ; E unp. 65801 ; Arnold J. Tur- 
ner. 1546 

Moon madness ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 4, 1933; E unp. 65866; 
Maude M. Nebeker. 1547 

Moon of my dreams ; fox-trot, from A 
kiss in spring, w L. du Garde Peach, 
m Emmerich Kalman. © Nov. 23, 
1932 ; E for. 27702 ; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd. [Copyright is 
claimed on changes in music by Her- 
bert Griffiths, and English words] 

1548 

Moondrift; song, w Jay Powell. © 
1 c. Jan. 5, 1933; E unp. 65916: 
Enid Esta Lee. 1549 

Moonlight; song, m James L. Brown; 
with ukulele arr. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 
1933 ; E unp. 66956 ; E. F. Lohmiller. 

1550 

Moonlight and apple blossoms; song. 
© Jan. 23, 1933 : E pub. 34556 ; Still- 
man J. Elwell and Belle Blow. 

1551 

Moonlight memories ; m Sylvester 
Long Cross : pf. with w. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1933: E unp. 66260; Doris 
Margaret Flick. 1552 

— song. © 1 c. Dec. 1, 1932; E 
unp. 66628; Hazel Doud. 1553 

Moonlight music and you dear ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; E 
unp. 66220: Martha Small. 1554 

Moonlight on the Mississippi ; song, m 
Sylvester Long Cross: pf. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 66255; Zella 
Dean Cochran. 1555 

Moonlight on the river shore ; valse 
song. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 
66908; Lena Arsennult. 1550 



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Moonlight time is loving time ; waltz 
song, w Harry Carlson. © 1 c. Jan. 
23, 1933 ; E unp. 66685 ; Louis H. Ole- 
sen. 1557 

More dramatized nursery rhymes; 
written and arr. Bertha Waddell. 
© Nov. 14, 1932 ; D 28365 ; Bayley & 
Ferguson. 1557* 

More (The) I grew tomatoes; w Tom 
Kennedy and Dick Sanford, m Geo. 
B. McConnell; pf. treble. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1933; E unp. 67097; Nat- 
trass- Schenck, inc. 1558 

More little songs; unison, w E. C. 
Brereton and H. I. Rostron, m Cyril 
Winn. © Dec. 30, 1932; E for. 
27597; W. Paxton & co., ltd. 1559 

More than ever; w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 11, 1933; E unp. 66126; 
George Febbo. 1560 

Morn of victory ; Easter choir can- 
tata, text arr. May Huntington 
Davis, m Lee Rogers ; mixed voices. 
© Jan. 3, 1933 ; E pub. 34363 ; Tul- 
lar-Meredith co. 1561 

Morning (The) after the night be- 
fore ; w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
26, 1933; E unp. 66827: Franklin 
Madden. 1562 

Morning song; by Ardelle H. Ingals- 

be; pf. © Jan. 28, 1933; E pub. 

34484; Schroeder & Gunther, inc. 

1563 
Mother ; song, m Sylvester Long Cross. 

© 1 c. Jan. 14. 1933 ; E unp. 66258 ; 

Wm. Elliott. 1564 

Mother and dad ; waltz song, melody 

Ray Hibbeler. © 1 c. Jan. 14. 1933 ; 

E unp. 66236; Louise Wilkinson. 

1565 
Mother immortal; song. © 1 c. Jan. 

12. 1933; E unp. 66175; Isabelle E. 

Baer. 1566 

Mother let us go to grandma ; mazur- 
ka, melody. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1933; 
E unp. 66103; Anthony Coppa. 1567 

Mother o' mine ; w Rudyard Kipling, 
m A. Walter Kramer ; male voices. 
© Jan. 16, 1933: E pub. 34381: M. 
Witmark & sons. 1568 

Mother of Pearl; selection, Oscar 
Straus, arr. Guy Jones: pf. © 
Dec 15, 1932: E for. 27715; Chap- 
pell & co.. ltd. 1569 

Mother's welcome borne kiss; song; 
with ukulele arr. ©1c. Jan. 3. 
1933; E unp. 65787; Arthur G. 
Gross. 1570 



Mots (Les) d'amour; slow-fox, dans 
L'oiseau des lies, paroles Henry 
Varna et Pierre-Paul Fournier, m 
Virgilio Ranzato. © Dec. 10, 1932 ; 
E for. 27368; Editions Josephine 
Baker. 1571 

Mouse (The); by J. Hullah Brown; 
percussion band sc. and pts., with 
violin 1, 2 and pf. © Dec. 14, 1932 ; 
E for. 27567; Joseph Williams, ltd. 

1572 

Moyse (Marcel) Yingt quatre petites 
etudes melodiques ; avec variations ; 
flute. © Nov. 1, 1932 ; E for. 27876 ; 
Alphonse Leduc et cie. 1573 

Mozart (W'olfgang Amadeus) Air 
d'Elvire ; de Don Juan, version 
franchise, Jean Chantavoine. © 
Nov. 1, 1932; E for. 27879: Heugel. 

1574 

Allegro concertante ; sonata in E 

min. for violin and pf., transcribed 
F. Campbell-Watson ; pts. for wood- 
wind quintet. © Dec. 31, 1932; E 
pub. 34075; M. Witmark & sons. 

1575 

Fantasia ; arr. W. Teague : string 

orch. Sc. and pts. © Dec. 31. 1932 ; 
E pub. 34078 ; M. Witmark & sons. 

1576 

Mujer : rumba, song. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1933; E unp. 66122: Oscar Calvert. 

1577 

Mujer espanola ; paso-doble. letra 
Moro. m J. Martin Vidal. © July 
20. 1932; E for. 27898; Southern 
music pub. co., inc. 1578 

Mulino d'oro ; fox-trot, parole Luciano 
Ramo, m Fritz Lehner. © Dec. 25, 
1932: E for. 27516; Societa anoni- 
ma Suvini-Zerboni. 1579 

Muneca de marfil: cancion-fox, letra 
y m Emilio Grenet. © Nov. 25, 
1932 : E for. 27793 ; Southern music 
pub. co., inc. 1580 

Music for organ; by Sigfrid Karg- 
Elert, op. 145. © Sept. 22, 1932; 
E for. 27735 ; Oxford univ. press. 

1581 

Music in the air; selection; pf. © 
Jan. 25. 1933: E pub. 34515: Jerome 
Kern. 1582 

Musical framework study. © Dec. 
15, 1932 ; E pub. 34325 ; Luella Mor- 
rison. [Copyright is claimed on 
new form and additional exercisesl. 

1583 



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1610 



Musical (The) Salvationist; compiled 
F. G. Hawkes. With suppl. v. 47, 
pt. 1, Jan. 1933. © Dec. 28, 1932; 
E for. 27653; Salvationist pub. & 
supplies, ltd. 1584 

Musiques nouvelles ; de Pomme d'a- 
niour, Paul Devred ; violin et pf. 
© Sept. 1, 1932 ; E for. 27676 ; Edi- 
tions Salabert. 1585 

My bonnie lass she smileth ; old Eng- 
lish w, m Edward German, an*. H. 
A. Chambers ; sop. 1, 2 or contralto. 
© Jan. 24, 1933 ; E for. 27983 ; No- 
vello & co., ltd. 1586 

My brother told me ; w and m Kaye 
Victor, arr. Morry King. © 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 66136 ; Walter 
Kaye Schatzman. 1587 

My campus dreams of you are true ; 
fox trot melody. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1933 ; E unp. 66838 ; Addy Amor and 
Gene Novello. 1588 

My dad; w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
30, 1933; E unp. 67034; Elizabeth 
Josephson. 1589 

My darling's gone; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933 ; E unp. 66210 ; 
Edwin Milchunes. 1590 

My dear ; w F. Dean Moore ; pf . © 1 
c. Jan. 17, 1933; E unp. 66401; 
George C. Bunton. 1591 

My dear I love you; pf. with w. © 
1 c. Jan. 28, 1933; E unp. 67037; 
Elaine Hoyt Atchison. 1592 

My dear, I want you ; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1933 ; E unp. 66038 ; Gilbert 
Schaad. 1593 

My dear old Wisconsin home ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933; E 
unp. 66349; Irma Guhr. 1594 

My Donna Rita ; Spanish one-step, w 
Luis Miguel, English adaptation 
Rube Sandeman, m Carlos Ricardo. 
© Nov. 30, 1932; E for. 27513; 
Athenaeum music pub. co., ltd. 

1595 

My dream girl of Honolulu ; melody 
C. Kama. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E 
unp. 66429 ; Southern music pub. co., 
inc. 1596 

My dream is in my arms; w Joseph 
McCarthy, melody Harry Tierney. 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1933 ; E unp. 65897 ; 
De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, inc. 

1597 



My dream of heaven; melody Philip 
Occhipinti. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; 
E unp. 67069; Salvatore Occhipinti. 

1598 

My dream of salvation ; sacred song, 
pf. treble with w. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1933; E unp. 66828; Pearl Stewart. 

1599 

My dusky Rose; w and m Thos. S. 
Allen, arr. R. E. Hildreth ; sop. 1, 2 
and alto. © Dec. 16, 1932; E pub. 
34440; Walter Jacobs, inc. 1600 

My favorite mountain ballads and old 
time songs; collected w and melo- 
dies. © Dec. 12, 1932; AA 111664; 
Bradley Kincaid. 1601 

My four leaf clover ; song, in Jack 
Mahoney. © Dec. 17, 1932 ; E pub. 
34272; Elna J. Layanen. 1602 

My fraternity pin ; w and m George 
J. Bennett and Lou Klein ; with 
ukulele arr. © Jan. 3, 1932 ; E pub. 
34100 ; M. Witmark & sons. 1603 

My gal is a pal ; song, m Ina Marie 
Hautala. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933; E 
unp. 66356 ; Myrtle Woodle Waldrip. 

1604 

My garden of dreams ; song, m F. 
Burton Stone, and M. E. Morse. © 
Dec. 23, 1932; E pub. 34274; Mar- 
garete E. Morse. 1605 

My Gypsy melody ; fox-trot, w M. For- 
zano, melody E. Gelesnik and M. 
Marchello. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933; 
E unp. 67077 ; Michael Forzano, 
Michael Marchello and Eugene 
Gelesnik. 1606 

My Hawaiian sunshine ; song, L. 
Wolfe Gilbert and Carey Morgan ; 
with ukulele arr. and arrs. for Ha- 
waiian steel guit. and Spanish guit. 
ace, Roy Smeck. © Jan. 12, 1933; 
E pub. 34347; Edward B. Marks 
music corp. 1607 

My heart I here would give Thee ; 
Christmas carol, arr. Louis ,Victor 
Saar ; quartet or mixed cho. © Nov. 
14, 1932 : E pub. 34162 ; Carl Fischer, 
inc. 1608 

My heart is crying for you ; melody 
with pf. ace. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66396; Theodore A. Dilday. 

1609 

My heart is for sale; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 12. 1933; E unp. 66171; Clara 
Luella Brewer. 1610 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



My heaven in your eyes; w Frank 
Haight, and melody, ©lc. Jan. 18, 
1933; E unp. 66489; John Edward 
Pizzutello. 1611 

My heaven is in your arms ; w Bob 
Shurr, melody J. Bricken and B. 
Bricken. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1933; E 
unp. 66164; Leopold Shurr, Jules 
Bricken and Bob Bricken. 1612 

My heaven is in your dear eyes ; song, 
m Sylvester Long Cross ; pf . © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1933 ; E unp. 66037 ; Patience 
Elizabeth Allen. 1613 

My heavenly bridegroom ; w and arr. 
of m of Saint-Saens' My heart at 
thy sweet voice. © May 6, 1932; 
E pub. 34540 : Mora Leonard Hatch. 

1614 

My homeland ; w and m Ruth Wilson 
Hurley; high or med. © Dec. 29, 
1932; E pub. 34400; G. Schirmer, 
inc. 1615 

My Honolulu baby; w Hazel Kay, m 
M. J. Crusoe, ©lc. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E 
unp. 65806; Michael James Crusoe 
and Hazel Kroger. 1616 

My idea of paradise ; fox trot, w Paul 
Boyle, m Peter Yorke: with ukulele 
arr. © Dec. 6, 1932; E for. 27691; 
Huntley Trevor music co., ltd. 1617 

My ideal girl : song. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1933 ; E unp. 67086 ; Victor Mizzv. 

1618 

My inspiration baby : waltz song. © 
Jan. 1, 1933: E pub. 34060; Herbert 
H. Morton. 1619 

My jewel Ruby : w and m Asher Lee ; 
in G. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933; E unp. 
67074; William Asher Lee. 1620 

My lady walks in loveliness ; w Mona 
Modini Wood, m Ernest Charles; 
high. © Dec. 29. 1932; E pub. 
34253 ; G. Schirmer, inc. 1621 

My life began : song, m Warren Chiles 
and H. Lyon. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; 
E unp. 66204; Harold Lyon. 1622 

My little medley : song, w Buna Mil- 
dred Springfield : with ukulele and 
m arrs. B. M. Springfield. © 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1933; E unp. 67051; Pauline 
Fay Springfield. 1623 

My log cabbin [sic] of dreams; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1933; E 
unp. 66712 : Horace L. Dunbar. 

1624 



My Mississippi Rose; song, m Luther 
A. Clark. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1933; E 
unp. 65847 : Eleanor A. Totman. 

1625 

My moon light Rose ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1933; E unp. 65869; 
Anthony Selvoggio and James De- 
marco. 1626 

My mother dear; song, m James L. 
Brown : with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 65777 ; Florence 
Cosgrove. 1627 

My mother in the Fatherland ; w Joe 
Young, m Con Conrad; with ukulele 
arr. © Jan. 23, 1933 ; E pub. 34514 ; 
Harms, inc. 1628 

My mountain lassie ; song, m James L. 
Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 28. 1933 ; E unp. 66944 ; W. R. 
Keefe. 1629 

My own Iona ; w L. Wolfe Gilbert, m 
Anatol Friedland and Carey Mor- 
gan ; with ukulele arr. and arrs. for 
Hawaiian steel guit. and Spanish 
guit. ace, Rov Smeck. © Jan. 12, 
1933: E pub. 34346: Edward B. 
Marks music corp- 1630 

My pal y gal y An na, she is my gal y 
An na guitar : song. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 
1933; E unp. 66555; Bernard Peter 
Conlin. 1631 

My paradise high in the air : song. © 
Jan. 6, 1933 ; E pub. 34370 ; Warren 
Arthur Blankenhorn. 1632 

My pillow and me ; fox trot, melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933 : E unp. 66650 ; 
Ferdinand Faranda and Robert 
White. 1633 

My pretty senorita : w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1933 : E unp. 66089 ; 
William Obed Merrill. 1634 

My queen of lullaby land ; w Sam Cos- 
low, m Arthur Johnston. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1933 ; E unp. 66361 : Famous 
music corp. 1635 

My rainbow's gone behind a cloud; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1933; 
E unp. 65857 : Emma Cathrine 
Adams. 1636 

My Redeemer lives ; children's vesper 
service for Easter, prepared William 
Gustav Polack. © Jan. 9, 1933; 
AA 112570: Concordia pub. house. 

1637 

My Redeemer liveth : Easter service. 
Fred B. Holton, w E. S. Tillotson, 
Mattie B. Shannon and others, m 
Eleanor Bishop, Fred B. Holton and 



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1667 



Carolyn R. Freeman. © Jan. 16, 
1933 ; E pub. 34553 ; Lorenz pub. co. 

1638 

My repertoire; by Carl Weber; pf. 
nos. 1-8. © Sept. 29, 1932; E for. 
27744; Oxford univ. press. 1639 

My Saviour Jesus ; w and m Millie 
Braidwood Wenz; pf. © Nov. 7, 
1932; E pub. 34048; Millie Good- 
smith Wenz. 1640 

My somebody ; w and m Paul Abel. 
© Oct. 31, 1932; E for. 27361; So- 
cieta anonima Suvini-Zerboni. 1641 

My song of you ; w and melody Arthur 
Tracy and Jay Chernis. © 1 c. Jan. 
26, 1933 ; E unp. 66821 ; Irving Ber- 
lin, inc. 1642 

My sweet California sunshine boy; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1933; 
E unp. 66829 ; Pearl Stewart. 1643 

My sweet old fashioned girl; song, m 
James L. Brown; with ukulele arr. 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1933 ; E unp. 66951 ; 
Richard Kinsella. 1644 

My sweetie; fox trot, w and m Mrs. 
F. C. Davis. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; 
E unp. 66303; Julia J. Davis. 1645 

My taxi sweetheart girl ; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 23, 1983 ; E unp. 66654 ; Harry 
O. Hoy. 1646 

My throne of love; fox-trot song, w 
Roman Huepper and Louis Schmidt. 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 66378; 
Louis F. Schmidt. 1647 

My twilight call; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
9, 1933; E unp. 66045; Ettamae 
Konvolinka. 1648 

Mysterioso; melody Max Steiner. © 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1983; E unp, 66449; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 1649 

Na shledanou ; w Charles Jiran, m 
Andrew Grill ; orch. pts. © Jan. 3, 
1933; E pub. 34454; Joseph Jiran. 

1650 

Nacht (Die) von Saragossa ; tango, w 
Karl Wilczynski, m Robby Frey, 
klavierarr. Walter Borchert. © 
Feb. 23, 1932 ; E for. 28110 ; Wiener 
boheme-verlag, G. m. b. H. 1651 

■ spezial-arr. Walter 

Borchert ; orch. stimmen. © Feb. 
23, 1932; E for. 28151; Wiener 
boheme-verlag, G. m. b, H. 1652 

Nachtigalls wiederkehr; w Johann 
Wolfgang von Goethe, m Erwin 
Lendvai, op. 58, nr. 4 ; dreistimmigen 



frauen- o. kinderchor ohne begl. 
Partitur. © Oct. 29, 1930; E for. 
27913 ; Gebr. Hug & co. 1653 

Napoli canta ; di Ernesto De Curtis, 
arr. Nico Dostal ; orch. pti. con pf. 
conduttore. Selezione 1, 2. © Oct. 
31, 1932 ; E for. 27351, 27352 ; Societa 
anonima Suvini-Zerboni. 1654, 1655 

Natacha ; melody Max Steiner. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 66450; South- 
ern music pub. co., inc. 1656 

Natascha in Samovar, when lights are 
low; fox-trot, English Rex Allan, 
original German, Gerd Karlick, m 
Margulies and Holms. © Nov. 11, 
1932; E for. 27689; United music 
publishers, ltd. 1657 

Nature sketches; song, w Annelyle 
Graves Avery [and others]. © Jan. 
20, 1933; E pub, 34469; Katharine 
Scott Ayres. 1658 

Naughty (The) moon; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 66571 : 
George W. McCauslin. 1659 

Ne pleur' pas petit' mere ; paroles Jean 
Rodor, m Jean Yatove. © Oct. 1, 
1932 ; E for. 27426 ; Choudens. 1660 

'Neath the light of a California moon ; 
song. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1933; E unp. 
66696; Mervyn Lincoln Atherton. 

1661 

'Neath the old hanging lamp in the 
parlor ; w Tom Kennedy and Dick 
Sanford, m Geo. B. McConnell; pf. 
treble. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933 ; E unp. 
67108; Nattrass-Schenck, inc. 1662 

Neath the old oak tree; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1933; E unp. 66113; Fred 
Charles Bernhardt. 1663 

Nebbia (Joseph A.) jr. 67 progressive 
exercises for daily practice of legato, 
staccatto and difficult fingering for 
saxophone. © Nov. 23, 1932 ; E pub. 
34478; Joseph A. Nebbia, jr. 1G64 

Neige (II) ; di Riccardo Pick-Ma ngia- 
galli, op. 5, no, 1, trascrizione Arturo 
De Cecco ; piccola orch. parti. © 
Dec. 29, 1932; E for. 27639; G. Ri- 
cordi & co. 1665 

Nella luna ; versi Luciano Ramo, m 
Ernesto De Curtis. © Oct. 31, 1932 ; 
E for. 27360; Societa anonima Su- 
vini-Zerboni. 1666 

Never; valse song. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1933; E unp. 66925; Emma Davis 
Bradley. 1667 



161050—33- 



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1668 



pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Never ask me why ; \v Adelaide Mat- 
thews, and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 
1933; E unp. 66593; Minyde Zent- 
ner. 1668 

Never had an education; w Irving 
Caesar, m Sigmund Romberg; with 
ukulele arr. © Jan. 16, 1933; E 
pub. 34382; Harms, inc. 1669 

New ; w Jimmie Schaef er, melody Jim- 
mie Bright. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 1932; 
E unp. 64009; James V. Bright and 
James M. Schaefer. 1670 

New and original hymn tunes ; w Sa- 
bine Baring-Gould and others. © 
May 10, 1932; E pub. 34111; Wil- 
liam A. Wolf. 1671 

New corn ; w T'ao Ch'ien, tr. Arthur 
Waley, m Francis George Scott; 
mixed voices. © Dec. 27, 1932; E 
for. 27651; Bayley & Ferguson. 

1672 

New (The) deal; march song; pf. 
treble. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1983 ; E unp. 
66230; Emil Hebel. 1673 

New (A) deal of love ; song, m James 
L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 28, 1933: E unp. 66950; John 
A. Blackhurst. 1674 

New (The) Eastern star march; pf. 
© Jan. 6, 1933 ; E pub. 34243 ; Elaine 
Hurley Thompson. 1675 

New lazy moon; m James L. Brown; 
with ukulele arr. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1933 ; E unp. 66053 ; George Thomas. 

1676 

New Orleans swing; pf. conductor. © 
1 c. Jan. 17, 1933; E unp. 66391; 
Charles Joseph Levy. 1677 

New waters ; w and m R. L. Siddons. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65762; 
Sydney L. Rothery. 1678 

New York rhapsody; melody Max 
Steiner. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
66451 ; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

1679 

Ni jamais, ni toujours; valse, paroles 
Lucien Boyer, m Edouard MathS; 
avec accord de l'ukulele. © Oct. 1, 
1932; E for. 27458; Editions Sala- 
bert. 1680 

Niemand fragt uns ; tango, aus Die 
grafln von Monte Christo, text Walter 
Reisch, m Allan Gray, klavier arr. 
Walter Borchert. © Mar. 16, 1932; 
E for. 28136 ; Weiner boheme-verlag, 
G. m. b. H. 1681 



spezial-arr. Walter 

Borchert; orch. stimmen. © Mar. 
16, 1932; E for. 28125; Wiener 
boheme-verlag, G. m. b. H. 1682 

Night devine [sic] ; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 
18, 1933; E unp. 66511; Harker F. 
Thomas. 1683 

Night (The) express; by Richard 
Howgill ; orch. pts. © Dec. 20, 1982 ; 
E for. 27580; Hawkes & son (Lon- 
don) ltd. 1684 

Night of dreams ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
25, 1933; E unp. 66751; Edward C. 
Mergel. 1685 

Night of love; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 19, 1933; E unp. 66529; Louise 
Cozart. 1686 

Night of love divine; w Bruce Sievier, 
m Nico Dostal. © Dec. 5, 1932 ; E 
for. 27720 ; Chappell & co., ltd. 1687 

Night (The) that I first met you ; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933; E unp. 65961; 
Edward Allen Smith, jr. 1688 

Nightingale (The) and linnet; Welsh 
folk song, arr. for mixed cho. G. 
Hoist, melody and Welsh w J. Lloyd 
Williams, English tr. Steuart Wil- 
son. © Dec. 23, 1932 ; E for. 27487 ; 
Gustav Hoist. 1689 

Nine-fold Kyrie; m Ivor R. Davies; 
mixed voices, organ ace. © Dec. 30, 
1932; E for. 27490; Novello & co., 
ltd. 1690 

Ninon ; fox-trot, from A kiss in spring, 
w L. du Garde Peach, m Emmerich 
Kalman. © Nov. 23, 1932; E for. 
27703; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd. [Copyright is claimed 
on changes in music by Herbert 
Griffiths, and English words] 1691 

No hard times ; w and melody Jimmie 
Rodgers. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
66424 ; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

1692 

No horse-shoe will bring you fame; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1933 ; 
E unp. 65883; Larvie Simmons. 

1693 

No love like mother's ; song, melody 
James L. Brown. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 
1933; E unp. 66543; H. F. Smith. 

1694 

No mas foxtrot; son, cancion. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 66242; Pedro 
de Gracia. 1695 



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no. 1, 1933 



1723 



No more home sweet home ; mixed 
voices; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1933; E unp. 
66699; Sallie Lawson. 1696 

No one but you ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 5, 1933; E unp. 65920; L. 
Jay Miller. 1697 

No one else but you ; w and melody. 
©lc. Jan. 10, 1933 ; E unp. 66075 ; 
Louis Di Dio. 1698 

No place to lay my head; song, m 
James L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1933 : E unp. 66538 ; 
Jack Quinn. 1699 

No wonder I'm crazy hot dog; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 7. 1933 ; E unu. 
65983; Aaron Brown. 1700 

Noble tribute; march, op. 2; pf. © 
1 c. Jan. 11, 1933; E unp, 66137: 
Allan Charles Herbert. 1701 

Nobody but that man; fox trot, w 
and m Joy Bailey. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1933 ; E unp. 66926 ; Velma Ashway. 

1702 

Nobody cares nohow ; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 13, 1933; E unp. 66180; Sylvia 
Barden Doane. 1703 

Nobody else can be like you; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 
66597 ; Elizabeth, Josephson. 1704 

Nobody loves me any more ; song, m 
A. J. Turner and A. J. Weidt. © 
1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 66239; 
Arnold J. Turner. 1705 

Non si pud scherzare con l'amore ; can- 
zone slow-fox trot, parole Falconi e 
Biancoli, m Gemma Anna Bixio. © 
Dec. 25, 1932 ; E for. 27529 ; Societa 
anonima Suvini-Zerboni. 1706 

Non so cos'e; fox-trot, Virgilio Ran- 
zato ; orch. pti. © Dec. 25, 1932 ; E 
for. 27525 ; Societa anonima Suvini- 
Zerboni. 1707 

Non ti scordar di me; di Ernesto De 
Curtis, arr. I. Culotta ; orch. parti. 
© Dec. 25, 1932; E for. 27550; So- 
cieta anonima Suvini-Zerboni. 1708 

versi Libero Bovio, m Ernesto De 

Curtis. © Dec. 25, 1932; E for. 
27549; Societa anonima Suvini-Zer- 
boni. 1709 

Non va ; canzone one step, parole Fal- 
coni e Biancoli, m Gemma Anna 
Bixio. © Dec. 25, 1932; E for. 
27531 ; Societa anonima Suvini-Zer- 
boni. 1710 



Noncommittal ; song, m J. G. Thomp- 
son and Clyde Turner, air. Hughie 
Emmons. © Jan. 20, 1933; E pub. 
34446 ; Jeska Griere Thompson. 

1711 

Norah darlin' ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 7, 1933; E unp. 65987; Ted 
Thanet. 1712 

Notti Cubane; valzer, Daniel Dax, 
arr. Al Wayes ; orch. pti. © Oct. 31, 
1932 ; E for. 27354 ; Societa anonima 
Suvini-Zerboni. 1713 

Nous d re adieu ; tango, de Si tu veux, 
paroles Ch. L. Pothier et Andre Hu- 
gon, m Raoul Moretti, arr. Francis 
Salabert ; orch. ptes. © Nov. 1, 
1932; E for. 28085; Editions Sala- 
bert. 1714 

Nous dire adieu, si nous devons nous 
dire adieu ; tango, de Si tu veux, 
paroles Ch. L. Pothier et Andre 
Hugon, m Raoul Moretti ; avec ac- 
cord de l'ukulele. © Oct. 1. 1932; 
E for. 27448 ; Editions Salabert. 

1715 

Now that you're gone; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 66645 ; 
Dorothy Fiances Owen. 1716 

Now we're on our second honeymoon ; 
w and m Kay O'Donnell, Buddy 
Fields and Gerald Marks ; with uku- 
lele arr. Haia Kaa. © Jan. 20, 1933 ; 
E pub. 34453 ; Keit-Engel, inc. 1717 

Nube de nieve ; letra y m Joaquin Par- 
dave. © July 15, 1932; E for. 
27934; A. Wagner y Levien sues., s. 
en c. 1718 

Nur dir will ich gehoren ; English 
waltz, w Karl Wilczynski, m Mario 
van Aaken, klav.-arr. Walter Bor- 
chert. © Mar. 21, 1932; E for. 
28167; Wiener boheme-verlag, G. m. 
b. H. 1719 

spezial arr. Walter 



Borchert ; orch. stimmen. © Mar. 
21, 1932; E for. 28166; Wiener 
boheme-verlag, G. m. b. H. 1720 

'O bbene; versi Emilio Gatti, in Al- 
fredo Mazzucchi. © Dec. 31, 1932; 
E for. 28033 : Casa editrice F. Bideri. 

1721 

O bonnie lass ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 16. 
1933 ; E unp. 66325 ; Alexis Leonidas 
Browne. 1722 

O, for landsakes ; song ; with ukulele 
arr. © Dec. 24, 1932 ; E pub. 34377; 
Win. P. Marston, jr. 1723 



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1724 



pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



O holy stillness ; double quartet or cho., 
in Hugo Kaun, w and adaptation 
and arr. of m Gerald Grey; male 
and female voices. © Jan. 26, 1933 ; 
E pub. 34566 ; J. A. Parks co. 1724 

O Jesu, so fair; 17th century Christ- 
mas carol, arr. Louis Victor Saar ; 
mixed cho. © Nov. 14, 1932 ; E pub. 
34168; Carl Fischer, inc. 1725 

O joyous Easter morning; Easter me- 
morial service, Ada Rose Demerest, 
with w Charles Wesley, John New- 
ton and others, m Henry W. Grea- 
torex, Henry Smart and others. © 
Oct. 3, 1932; A A 114117; David C. 
Cook pub. co. 1726 

O Lord, give Thy Holy Spirit ; anthem, 
Thomas Tallis, new version of w 
and m transposed A. Ramsbotham ; 
mixed voices, organ ace. © Nov. 17, 
1932; E for. 27749; Oxford univ. 
press. 1727 

O lovely May ; w Henry Wethered, m 
Edward German, arr. H. A. Cham- 
bers ; sop. 1, 2, © Jan. 24, 1933; 
E for. 27982; Novello & co., ltd. 

1728 

O peaceful night ; w W. Herbert Scott, 
ra Edward German, arr. H. A. Cham- 
bers ; sop. 1. 2 or contralto. © Jan. 
24, 1933; E for. 27984; Novello & 
co., ltd. 1729 

O Saviour of the world; full anthem, 
Frederick A. Gore Ouseley, ed. Hen- 
ry G. Ley ; double choir. © Jan. 
24, 1933 ; E for. 27981 ; Novello & co., 
ltd. 1730 

Oak (The) ; by J. Hullah Brown; per- 
cussion band sc. and pts., with vio- 
lin 1, 2 and pf. © Dec. 14, 1932; 
E for. 27568; Joseph Williams, ltd. 

1731 

Octave ; paroles et m Pierre Vellones. 
© Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 27418; 
Choudens. 1732 

Odds 777 ; sange f ra filinen, tekst 
B0rge, Arvid Muller og Dan Folke, 
m Kai Normann Anderson og Dan 
Folke; pf. © Dec. 17, 1932; E for. 
27633; Wilhelm Hansen. 1733 

Offenbach (Jacques) Barcarolle; from 
Tales of Hoffman, waltz, arr. J. G. 
Llddicoat ; Hawaiian guit. solo, with 
Spanish guit. ace. © Dec. 31, 1932; 
E pub. 34029; Fred Heltman co. 

1734 

Oh dancing feet — forever dancing; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933 ; E 
unp. 66574 ; Arnold Rosen. 1735 



Oh depression ; song ; pf . © 1 c. Jan. 
14. 1933 ; E unp. 66275 ; Dale Fulton. 

1736 

Oh, don't you hear them calling; w 
and m Millie Braidwood Wenz; pf. 
© Nov. 7. 1932 ; E pub. 34046 ; Millie 
Goodsmith Wenz. 1737 

Oh love me ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65815; Grace 
Shadman Crowl. 1738 

Oh lovely night; w E. Howe, melody 
Earl Whittemore. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 
1933; E unp. 66527; Evalyn Howe 
and Earl Whittemore. 1739 

Oh ! oh ! senor ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 18, 1933; E unp. 66514; Mar- 
jorie Harper. 1740 

Oh, rumba, rumba ; rumba fox, versi 
Luciano Ramo, m Daniel Dax. © 
Dec. 25, 1932 ; E for. 27521 ; Societa. 
anonima Suvini-Zerboni. 1741 

Oh, the merry May; w Barry Corn- 
wall, m Percy E. Fletcher, arr. H. 
A. Chambers; sop. 1, 2. © Jan. 24, 
1933 ; E for. 27986 ; Novello & co., 
ltd. 1742 

Oh yes I'm married to the wrong 
man: song. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E 
unp. 66002 ; Ruby Dale Edgar. 1743 

Oisives ; paroles Rene Chalupt, m 
Pierre-Octave Ferroud ; voix de 
femmes, sans ace. © Dec. 1, 1932; 
E for. 28082; Durand et cie. 1744 

Old (The) bachelor; suite, m Henry 
Purcell, arr. and ed. Thomas F. 
Dunhill ; strings, and harpsichord 
or pf . Sc. © Nov. 24, 1932 ; E for. 
27768 ; Oxford univ. press. 1745 

Old Bill Smith; w Tom Kennedy and 
Dick Sanford, m Geo. B. McCon- 
nell; pf. treble. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1933; E unp. 67099; Nattrass- 
Schenck, inc. 1746 

Old (The) cathedral; by Ardelle H. 
Ingalsbe: pf. © Jan. 28, 1933; E 
pub. 34485; Schroeder & Gunther, 
inc. 1747 

Old-fashioned (An) girl; from Mother 
of Pearl, or The love child, w A. P. 
Herbert, m Oscar Straus. © Dec. 
15. 1932; E for. 27712; Chappell & 
co.. ltd. 1748 

Old (The) forgotten man; song, m M. 
Clark. © Jan. 23, 1933; E pub. 
34477 ; Lucius Fairchild Smith. 

1749 



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1779 



Old Hiawatha land ; song, in Richard 
Broughton. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E 
unp. 65758 ; Fannie V. Wilson. 1750 

Old (The) homestead; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Dec. 27, 1932 ; E unp. 65880 ; 
Mary Elizabeth O'Brien. 1751 

Old King Cole; ed. and air. W. H. 
Reed; violin and pf. © Oct. 13, 
1932; E for. 27733; Oxford Univ. 
press. 1752 

Old maestro; waltz song. © 1 c. Jan. 
13, 1933 ; E unp. 66178 ; Sylvia Bar- 
den Doane. 1753 

Old man whiskers; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
16, 1933; E unp. 66316; Thomas 
Marvin Hatley. 1754 

Old (The) pig woman; w and melody 
Cal Grant. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1933; 
E unp. 66548; Irving Berlin, inc. 

1755 

Old rose bush; song, melody Larry E. 
Goffin. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933 ; E unp. 
67047 ; B. Lowry. 1756 

Old sometime blues ; w and melody 
Frank Stokes. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66475; Southern music pub. 
co., inc. 1757 

Old (The) time serenade; w Benja- 
min Hiram Jefferson, melody Fleet- 
wood Jefferson. © 1 c. Oct. 19, 
1932; E unp. 63709; Benj. Fleet- 
wood Jefferson. 1758 

Old (The) woman and the pedlar; w 
traditional, English air arr. Kath- 
erine K. Davis; sop. 1, 2 and alto. 
© Dec. 28, 1932 ; E pub. 34012 ; E. C. 
Schirmer music co. 1759 

Ole' Man Depression ; song, melody 
Sully Hallett. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1933; 
E unp. 65851; Lynn B. Bernheim. 

1760 

Olvida ; cancion-blues, letra y m Luis 
Arcaraz. © Aug. 15, 1932; E for. 
27940; A. Wagner y Levien sues., 
s. en c. 1761 

On a moon-light night ; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 65819 : M. Irene 
Walsh. 1762 

On a night like this ; pf. with w. © 1 
c. Jan. 7, 1933; E unp. 67072; Mar- 
vin H. Tennant. 1763 

On a shady terrace ; quasi menuetto, 
Jennie Seltzner; violin and pf. © 
Dec. 15, 1932; E pub. 34212; Carl 
Fischer, inc. 1764 



On a strike; song. © 
1933 ; E unp. 66535 
ley. 



y 1 c. Jan. 19, 

; George A. Ilad- 

1765 



On my Aunt Betty's farm ; song, m 
James L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1933; E unp. 66536; 
Essie Rhodes. 1706 

On my way to happiness bay ; song, 
m Sylvester Long Cross ; pf . © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, "1933; E unp. 66253; Edith 
Anthony. 1767 

On review ; pf . © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E 
unp. 65766 ; Howard Field Fassett. 

1768 

On the avenue ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 66754 ; Roland 
Paul Goodwin. 1769 

On the Lostine River road ; song, arr. 
and harmonized H. W. Henderson. 
© Dec. 17, 1932; E pub. 34267; 
Claud Jack Terney. 1770 

On the Santa Fe trail ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 66487 ; 
Rachel Clark. 1771 

On the shores of Spirit Lake ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933 ; E unp. 
65955 ; Mildred Agnes Peterson. 

1772 

On the trails of Timpanogos : song, 
m Seldon N. Heaps; with ukulele 
arr. © July 21, 1932 ; E pub. 34115 ; 
Mary Hale Woolsey. 1773 

On this day; song. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1933; E unp. 66499; Helen Lillie 
Vogel. 1774 

On through autumn's glory; respon- 
sive service for Rally day, Valeria 
R. Lehman, with w and m John 
Reading, George J. Webb and others. 
© Aug. 6, 1932; AA 114115 ; David 
C. Cook pub. co. 1775 

Once again; w Eugene West, melody 
Vincent Sorey. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1933; E unp. 66825; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc. 1776 

Once in eternity tonight ; w Mary Hale 
Woolsey, with melody. © 1 c. Dec. 
19, 1932; E unp. 66636; Norman 
Nathan. 1777 

One (The) I adore; pf. treble. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65850; Frank 
Warshauer and Sylvester Sbrigato. 

1778 

One (The) I left behind in Caroline; 
w and melody Al Piantadosi and 
Jack Glogau. © 1 c. Jan. 25. 1933 ; 
E unp. 66790: De Sylva, Brown & 
Henderson, inc. 1779 



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One little quarrel; song, m James L. 
Brown : with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3. 1933; E unp. 65781; James 
Terlingo. 1780 

One more day; song. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1933: E unp. 66308; Cleo Margaret 
Leffel. 1781 

One more prayer ; pf . © 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1933: E unp. 66190; Anthony Sam- 
mataro. 1782 

One more waltz with you; song. © 
1 c. Jan. 16, 1933; E unp. 66380; 
Marguerite Walters. 1783 

One out of many ; tango, Eugene Pini ; 
orch. pts. © Dec. 6, 1932; E for. 
27642: G. Ricordi & co. (London) 
ltd. 1784 

w George Goldsmith, m Eu- 
gene Pini. © Dec. 6, 1932; E for. 
27644: G. Ricordi & co. (London) 
ltd. 1785 

One rose, the last of your bouquet ; by 
Wilbur Chenoweth, arr. Julius S. 
Seredy ; vocal orch. pts. ; high voice ; 
in E flat. © Dec. 19, 1932; E pub. 
34187; Carl Fischer, inc. 1786 

w John Rogers and Joyce Ayres, 

m Wilbur Chenoweth; high voice; 
in E flat. © Dec. 19, 1932 ; E pub. 
34205 : Carl Fischer, inc. 1787 

One week without you ; w Allen Taub 
and Jules Loman, melody J. Russel 
Robinson. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1933; E 
imp. 65895 ; De Sylva, Brown & Hen- 
derson, inc. 1788 

O'Neill (Norman) Waltz; pf. © Dec. 
S. 1932 ; E for. 27827 ; Schott & co., 
ltd. 1789 

Onkel (Der) aus Amerika ; aus Man 
braucht kein geld, text Gunther Bibo 
u. Willy Rosen, m Willy Rosen, spe- 
zial-arr. Karl Buchholz ; orch. stim- 
men. © Aug. 21. 1932 ; E for. 27797 ; 
Crescendo theaterverlag, G. m. b. H. 

1790 

Only a day spent in old San Jos6; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933; 
E uiij). 66603; John Pinckney Scott. 

1791 

Only in dreams; song. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1933; E unp. 65911; Daniel C. Beat- 
tie. 1792 

Only in my dreams; song, w D Downs 
and Banks Kennedy. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1933 : E unp. 66491 : Darrell Downs. 

1793 



Only two can be in love ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 66844 ; 
Ellis Stephens. 1794 

Only you ; w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
28, 1933 ; E unp. 66880 ; Nell Thomp- 
son Miller. 1795 

Open the door of your heart; w and 
m Daisy McConnell and Hazel Mc- 
Connell. © Dec. 1, 1932; E pub. 
34461 : H. Larsen. 1796 

Open your umbrella ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933 ; E unp. 67122 : 
Beatrice Eccleston Lane. 1797 

Opern-perlen fur harmonium ; 20 mit- 
telschwere fantasien, liber die belieb- 
testen opern, Hermann Wenzel. bd. 
1 u. 2. © Nov. 19, 1932; E for. 
27995: Fr. Portius. 1798 

Orage; de Paris-beguin, Maurice 
Yvain : violon et pf. © Sept. 1, 
1932; E for. 27678; Editions Sala- 
bert. 1799 

Orain nam beann ; air and w A. Mor- 
rison, pf. arr. Malcolm Davidson. 
© Oct. 26, 1932; E for. 27337; An- 
gus Morrison. 1800 

Orange trees in blossom ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 
65816; Grace Shadman Crowl. 

1801 

Orff-schulwerk ; elementare musikiib- 
ung. J 1 . Tanz-u. spielstucke, auf- 
takt-bolero, Carl Orff u. Gunild Keet- 
man. — E 1 . Spielstucke fur kleines 
schlagwerk. Carl Orff u. Hans Ber- 
gese. — E 2 . Spielstucke fur kleines 
schlagwerk, Carl Orff u. Gunild 
K e e t m a n.- — H 1 . Spielstiicke fur 
blockfloten u. kleines schlagwerk, 
Carl Orff u. Gunild Keetman. © 
Dec. 20, 1932: E for. 27944-27947: 
B. Schott's sohne. 1802-1805 

Organ accompaniment and registra- 
tion ; by Charles N. Boyd. bk. 1 and 
2. © Dec. 9, 1932 ; AA 57457, 57458 ; 
Theodore Presser co. 1806. 1807 

Oriental dance: melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
21, 1933 ; E unp. 66599 ; Amber Roob- 
enian. 1808 

Oriental nights ; w and melody Sylvan 
Green. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 
66340; Frank J. Small. 1809 

Original Dixieland one-step ; by the 
Original Dixieland jazz band, arr. 
Jimmy Dale; orch. pts. © Jan. 26, 
1933; E pub. 34531; Edward B. 
Marks music Corp. 1810 



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Orpheus with his lute ; from m to 
Henry VIII, Edward German, arr. 
H. A. Chambers ; sop. 1, 2 or con- 
tralto. © Jan. 24, 1933; E for. 
27985; Novello & CO., ltd. 1811 

Our army band; by Maria Teresa 
Sanchez; band sc. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 
1932 ; E unp. 66148 ; George S. Ward, 
Ivonne Buhler and Maria Teresa 
Sanchez. 1812 

Our blessed event ; pf . with w. © 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1933; E unp. 67050; Paul 
Arthur Crain. 1813 

Our command; song, w Charles John- 
son. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933; E unp. 
66354; Marjorie J. Fairbairn. 1814 

Our dear country ; song ; mixed voices. 
© Jan. 2, 1933 ; E pub. 34112 ; Alfred 
S. Hyland. 1815 

Our Florida; song, m Grace Linn 
Sandy. © Jan. 14, 1933; E pub. 
34436; Chas. M. Anderson. 1816 

Our little French chateau; song, m 
James L. Brown; with ukulele arr. 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 66049; 
John Labadie. 1817 

Our Lord is risen from the dead; 
Easter anthem, w from hymn by 
Charles Wesley and a doxology, m 
Cuthbert Harris; mixed voices and 
ten. solo, © Jan. 13, 1933; E pub. 
34368 ; Theodore Presser co. 1818 

Our love affair was never meant to be ; 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1933; E 
unp. 66717 ; Albert E. Dell. 1819 

Our native hills ; w adapted from J. G. 
Whittier, m from Finlandia by Si- 
belius, arr. Hugh Ross. 1. Mixed 
voices. — 2. Women's voices . — 3. 
Men's voices. © Dec. 29, 1932; E 
pub. 34067-34069; Associated music 
publishers, inc. 1820-1822 

Our old quartette; w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 19, 1933; E unp. 66553; 
Peter Paul Jensen. 1823 

Our old swimming hole; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1933; E unp. 
66118 ; Will Blood. 1824 

Our wandering youths; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 5, 1933; E unp. 65893; Mary 
Felicia Theodore. 1825 

Over the bar ; w Dick Sanf ord, mel- 
ody George B. McConnell. © 1 c. 
Jan. 12, 1933; E unp. 66159; Craw- 
ford music corp. 1826 



Over the swells afar ; pf. treble with 
w. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 
66379; Charles Trevor. 1827 

Ozark home ; song, m James L. Brown ; 
with ukulele arr. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1933 ; E unp. 66052 ; Elma Barth. 

1828 

Paddles ; melody Max Steiner. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 66452 ; Southern 
music pub. co., inc. 1829 

Paganini (Niccolo) Allegro-concert 1, 
D-dur ; op. 6, mit eingehende studien 
u. taktweise analyse bearb. Otakar 
Sevcik, op. 20, neubearb. violin-solo- 
stimme O. Sevcik, u. neurev. klavier- 
partitur F. Beck. © Oct. 25, 1932; 
E for. 28008; 01. Pazdirek. 1830 

Pageant of joy; w and m R. L. Sid- 
dons; duett and quartet arrs. © 1 
c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 66310 ; Syd- 
ney L. Rothery. 1831 

Palestrina (Giovanni Pierluigi Santo) 
Alleluia ! tulerunt Dominum ; w 
adapted from King James version 
of John, by Gustave Reese, m Gio- 
vanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, ed. 
John Finley Williamson; 5 pt. 
mixed cho. © Dec. 31, 1932 ; E pub. 
34414; G Schirmer, inc. 1832 

Palms and praises; service for Palm 
Sunday, Ida Reed-Smith, with w 
I. Reed-Smith, John King and 
others, m Samuel S. Wesley, Henry 
Smart and others. © Sept. 16, 
1932; AA 114114; David C. Cook 
pub. co. 1833 

Paloma (La) ; cancion mexicana, 
armonizacion Roberto Sanchez R. ; 
2 voces. © July 15, 1932; E for. 
27928 ; A. Wagner y Levien sues., s. 
en c. 1834 

Pan (Der) tanzt ; danse caracteris- 
tique, Emil Juel-Frederiksen, arr. 
Henry Weber; ptes. pour odeon 
orch. et pour salon-orch. © Jan. 5, 
1933 ; E for. 27786 ; A. Cranz. 1835 

Panorama ; pf . © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66496; Lewis Raymond. 

1836 

Pantomime; by Colin Taylor; pf. © 
Dec. 6, 1932 ; E for. 27608 ; Augener, 
ltd. 1837 

Parade of the ads ; w Val Burton and 
Will Jason, m V. Burton, W. Jason 
and Arthur Lange. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 



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Parade of the ads — Continued. 

1933 ; E unp. 66981 ; Movietone music 
corp. 1838 

Paris-Belfort ; marche militaire, J. 
Farigoul; pf. © Dec. 1, 1932; E 
for. 28057 ; Alphonse Leduc et cie. 

1839 

Paris en joie; one-step, paroles Henry 
Varna, m Pascal Bastia. © Dec. 
10, 1932; E for. 27370; Editions 
Josephine Baker. 1840 

Parlez-moi d'affaires ; fox-trot, de La 
bonne aventure, paroles Henri Dia- 
mant-Berger, m Jean Lenoir ; avec 
accord de l'ukulele. © Nov. 1, 1932 ; 
E for. 27867; Editions Salabert. 

1841 

Parteno 'e suldate ; versi Rocco Lo 
Martire, m Alfredo Mazzucchi. © 
Dec. 31, 1932; E for. 28034; Casa 
editrice F. Bideri. 1842 

Partir pour la Cote d'azur ; chanson, 
paroles Saint-Granier et Marc- 
Hely. © Dec. 1. 1932 ; E for. 28043 ; 
Ch. Borel-Clerc. 1843 

Pas tres intelligent ; fox-trot, paroles 
Henri Diamant-Berger, m Jean 
Lenoir ; avec accord de l'ukulele. © 
Oct. 1, 1932: E for. 27439; Editions 
Salabert. 1844 

Passing by; w anon., melody attrib- 
uted to Edward Purcell, pf. ace. 
Carl Deis; high voice. © Dec. 29, 
1932; E pub. 34255; G. Schirmer, 
inc. 1845 

Passions — musik ; Matthaeus, I. L. 
Emborg, op. 76; blandet kor, stry- 
gere og orgel. © Dec. 17, 1932: E 
for. 27628; Wilhelm Hansen. 1846 

Patorni-Casadesus (R.) Six chansons 
pour les petits enfants ; paroles 
Aurele Patorni. © Sept. 1, 1932; 
E for. 27674; Editions Salabert 

1847 

Paulette, my pet ; song. © Jan. 24, 
1933 : E pub. 34483 ; George Powloff . 

1848 

Paustians uhr : sange fra filmen, tekst 
Hans Hartvig Seedorff Pedersen, m 
Niels Clemmensen ; pf. © Dec. 17. 
1932 ; E for. 27626 : Wilhelm Hansen. 

1849 

Pavinciavones daina ; Lithuanian song, 
W and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 
1933; E unp. 66961; Adele Celina 
Ambrozaite. 1850 



Pays (Le) des reves bleus ; valse sere- 
nade, de Le true du bresilien, pa- 
roles Pierre Bayle, m Mireille ; avec 
accord de l'ukulele. © Nov. 1, 1932 ; 
E for. 27854: Editions Salabert. 

1851 

Peace ; song, w Sara Teasdale. © 1 c. 
Jan. 5, 1933 ; E unp. 65891 ; Edward 
C. Potter. 1852 

Peaches and cream; w Douglas Fur- 
ber, m Jean Gilbert; with ukulele 
arr. © Nov. 9, 1932; E for. 27790; 
Francis, Day & Hunter, ltd. 1853 

Pecche' me vuo lassa ; song, versi 
Renzo Abbondandolo. © 1 c. Jan. 
12, 1933 ; E unp. 66157 ; Mae Notaro. 

1854 

Pecche oj luna ; versi Giovanni Rug- 
giero, m Alfredo Ry vel ; pf . © Dec. 
31, 1932 ; E for. 28026 ; Casa editrice 
F. Bideri. 1855 

Peeping moon; fox trot song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 66304; Mary 
Exline. 1856 

Penguin (The) ; by J. Hullah Brown; 
percussion band and violin, sc. and 
pts., with pf.. and child-conductor's 
sc. © Dec. 14, 1932; E for. 27571; 
Joseph Williams, ltd. 1857 

Penitent's (The) melody; violin and 
pf. © 1 c. Dec. 9, 1932; E unp. 
66613 ; Adam Franz Morgan. 1858 

People (The) in my home town; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 30. 1933; 
E imp. 67031 ; Ray Genung. 1859 

Pesold (Arnold) Melody: pf. © 1 c. 
Jan. 20, 1933; E unp. 66602; Arnold 
Pesold. 1860 

Peter and Paula; musical romance, w 
R. Gielow, m I. Gielow. © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1933; D 28363; Irving Gie- 
low and Rozetta Gielow. 1860* 

Petit (Le) violoniste ; collection de 
morceaux classiques, choisis et an- 
noys Armand Parent; violon et pf. 
2 e vol. B.— 3 e vol. B. © Nov. 1, 
1932; E for. 27844, 27845; Delrieu 
freres. 1861. 1862 

Petite (Une) femme ga vaut tous les 
amis; fox-trot chanson, paroles 
Saint-Granier. © Dec. 1, 1932: E 
for. 28040; Ch. Borel-Clerc. 1863 

Petite souris ; de L. Saint-Requier, op. 
141, no. 1 ; trio ou choeur pour voix 
de femmes a cappella. © Oct. 1, 
1932 : E for. 27404 ; Rouart, Lerolle 
et cie. 1864 



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Phantom love ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65835; Irene 
Pierson. 1865 

Philipp (I.) Trois pieces; op. 92; pf. 
© Dec. 1, 1932 ; B for. 28065 ; Henry 
Lemoine et cie. 1866 

Piano fancies; by Jack Owens; pf. 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 66403 ; 
John Robert Owens. 1867 

Piano songs without words; 1st pf. 
pieces, Louie E. De Rusette. bk. 3. 
© Dec. 21, 1932; E for. 27497; 
Joseph Williams, ltd. 1868 

Piano teachers normal course. 1. 

Sec. 1. — 2. Technical exercises for 

sees. 1, 2. © Jan. 18, 1933; AA 

113251, 113252 ; William C. Nicholls. 

1869, 1870 

Piccaninny lullaby; w H. B. Tilsley, 
m Tolchard Evans. © Dec. 2, 1932 ; 
E for. 27511; Cecil Lennox, ltd. 

1871 

Piccolo nido ; tango, versi E. M. Chiap- 
po, m Gino Filippini ; orch. parti. 
© Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 27807; 
Chiappo. 1872 

Pick-Mangiagalli (Riccardo) Canzo- 
netta; op. 5, n. 2, trascrizione Ar- 
turo De Cecco; piccola orch. parti. 
© Dec. 29, 1932; E for. 27640; G. 
Ricordi & co. 1873 

Scherzo ; op. 5, n. 3, trascrizione 

Arturo De Cecco ; piccola orch. par- 
ti. © Dec. 29, 1932; E for. 27641; 
G. Ricordi & co. 1874 

Pickanninies' heaven ; from Hello 
everybody, w Sam Coslow, m Ar- 
thur Johnston; with ukulele arr. 
© Dec. 24, 1932; E pub. 34302; 
Famous music corp. 1875 

Piedigrotta Bideri 1932; compilatore 
F. Bideri. Numero unico. © Oct. 
1, 1932; A— Foreign 19253; Casa 
editrice F. Bideri. 1876 

Piedigrotta 1932 ; Strenna numero uni- 
co, compilata M. Cosentino. © 
Sept. 20, 1932 ; E for. 27602 ; Mario 
Cosentino. 1877 

PintarS tus labios ; cancion-fox, letra 
Ricardo Lopez Mendez, m Antonio 
Escobar. © Oct. 15, 1932; E for. 
27930; A. Wagner y Levien sues., s. 
en. c. 1878 

Pitfield (Thomas Baron) Capriccio ; 
pf . © Nov. 23, 1932 ; E for. 27605 ; 
Augener, ltd. 1879 



Pixies (The) ; w S. T. Coleridge, m 
S. Coleridge-Taylor, arr. H. A. 
Chambers; sop. 1, 2. © Jan. 24, 
1933; E for. 27990; Novello & co., 
ltd. 1880 

Plainsong (A) hymnbook ; compiled, 
proprietors of Hymns ancient and 
modern, ed. S. H. Nicholson. Musi- 
cal ed. © Nov. 15, 1932; A int. 
17360 ; Sydney Hugo Nicholson. 

1880* 

Plaisir d'amour; de Martini, tran- 
scription Francisque Darcieux ; 
choeur a 4 voix d'hommes, sans ace. 
© Dec. 1, 1932 ; E for. 28050 ; Henry 
Lemoine et cie. 1881 

Play fiddle play; Viennese waltz, 
Emery Deutsch and Arthur Altman, 
arr. E. Deutsch. 1. Violin, concert 
version, and pf. — 2. Violin, concert 
version, cello and pf. — 3. Violin, 
simplified version, and pf. © Jan. 
26, 1933; E pub. 34533-34535; Ed- 
ward B. Marks music corp. 

1882-1884 

w Jack Lawrence, m Emery 

Deutsch and Arthur Altman, arr. J. 
Rosamond Johnson ; male quartette. 
© Jan. 26, 1933 ; E pub. 34532 ; Ed- 
ward B. Marks music corp. 1885 

Play for me; fox-trot, Daniel Dax, 
arr. Al Wayes; orch. pts. © Dec. 
25, 1932 ; E for. 27522 ; Societa ano- 
nima Suvini-Zerboni. 1886 

Play those baseball blues; song, arr. 
by C. J. Levy ; pf .-conductor. © 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1933; E unp. 66123; Jack 
O. Lines, Elmer Kaiser and Chas. 
Levy. 1887 

Please don't take my dreams; w and 
m Peggy Stuart. © Jan. 3, 1933; 
E pub. 34239; Margaret Stuart. 

18S8 

Please don't talk about my man ; w 
Andy Razaf, melody Reginald Fore- 
sythe. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1933; E unp. 
65854; Joe Davis, inc. 1889 

Please don't walk out of my life ; w 

and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; 

E unp. 66281; Rowland Croasdale. 

1890 
Please say you will return ; song. © 

1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65999; 

Gene E. Burrows. 1891 

Plucking the rushes; w tr. from 
Chinese, Arthur Waley, m Francis 
George Scott; mixed voices. © 
Dec. 27, 1932; E for. 27652; Bayley 
& Ferguson. 1892 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Pluie de feu : par Yatove ; pf. © Oct. 
1, 1932 ; E for. 27419 ; Choudens. 

1893 

Plus (Le) beau regiment; inarche, 
paroles Ch. L. Pothier, m Geo. 
Sundy ; avec accord de l'ukulele. © 
Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 27446; Editions 
Salabert. 1894 

Poem ; by Zdenek Fibich, transcribed 
Harold Spencer; pf. © Dec. 30, 
1932 ; E pub. 34140 ; McKinley music 
co. 1895 

Polonaise; from Christmas eve, N. 
Rinisky-Korsakov, w W. L. M., ace. 
ed. Arthur B. Keene; mixed voices. 
© Jan. 7, 1933; E pub. 34320; 
Charles W. Homeyer & co. 1896 

Pompadour ; w Irving Caesar, m Sig- 
mund Romberg: with ukulele arr. 
© Dec. 30, 1932; E pub. 34094; 
Harms, inc. 1897 

Poor little me; song. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1933; E unp. 67062; Georgia Fer- 
guson. 1898 

Poor (The) pedestrian; w and m Ken 
French. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
65765; Kenneth Howard French. 

1899 

Pop goes the weasel; arr. Albert Har- 
vey; 2 violins. © Dec. 31, 1932; 
E pub. 34015; Fred Heltman co. 

1900 

Portrait (A) ; violin or violoncello and 
pf. © Jan. 7, 1933; E pub. 34332; 
Latham True. 1901 

Pour demain ; fox-trot, paroles H. Dia- 
mant-Berger, m Jean Lenoir; avec 
accord de l'ukulele. © Oct. 1, 1932 ; 
E for. 27444 ; Editions Salabert. 

1902 

Pour les sauver; paroles A. Brondet 
et E. L. Morvan, m H. Rawson et 
Marie Rosel. © Nov. 1, 1932 ; E for. 
27861 ; Marie Rase Brondet. 1903 

Prelude in C sharp minor; by Alex- 
ander Scriabin, transcribed Ernest 
Brennecke ; organ. © Dec. 29, 1932 ; 
E pub. 34257; G. Schirmer, inc. 

1904 

Premiers chagrins ; de Yatove ; pf . © 
Oct. 1, 1932 ; E for. 27425 ; Choudens. 

1905 

Prends-toi par la main ; fox-trot, Ya- 
tove; orch. ptes. © Dec. 1, 1982; 
E for. 28070 ; Choudens. 1906 

paroles Jean Rodor, m Yatove. 

© Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 27428; Chou- 
dens. 1907 



Presence (The) in the silence; w P. 
H. Epler. m T. Tertius Noble ; mixed 
voices. © Jan. 12, 1933; E pub. 
34378 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co. 1908 

Pretending; w and m B. M. Mathews 
and Charles E. Palmer. © 1 c. Jan. 
3. 1933: E unp. 65763; Blanche M. 
Mathews. 1909 

Pretending you care ; w Tot Seymour, 
m Jesse Greer ; with ukulele arr. 
Geo. R. Holman. © Jan. 3, 1933; 
E pub. 34155 ; Ager. Yellen & Born- 
stein, inc. 1910 

Pretty girlie; song. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1933: E unp. 66803: Reta Lucile 
Hicks. 1911 

Prima (La) volta ; fox-trot, Amedeo 
Escobar ; orch. pti. © Dec. 25, 1932 ; 
E for. 27526; Societa anonima Su- 
vini-Zerboni. 1912 

Prince Igor ; choral dance no. 17, for 
mixed cho., m A. P. Borodin, Eng- 
lish tr. Rosa Newmarch. Voc. sc. 
© Dec. 9, 1932; E for. 27576; 
Hawkes & son (London) ltd. 1913 

Priscilla ; minuet, James B. Corbridge, 
arr. J. G. Liddicoat ; 2 guits. © 
Dec. 31, 1932; E pub. 34020; Fred 
Heltman co. 1914 

Progress (The) ; polka, melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 10, 1933; E unp. 66104; 
Anthony Coppa. 1915 

Prohibition blue ; w and m Marguerite 
Manierre. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933; 
E unp. 66322; Marguerite Manierre 
Brown. 1916 

Promise me you're mine ; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 30. 1933; E unp. 67020; John 
Russell Linton. 1917 

Prosperity : song. © 1 c. Jan. 26 1933 ; 
E unp. 66823 ; John O. Merrill. 1918 

song, pf. sc. Olive A. Wilkins. 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1933; E unp. 66008; 
Marie E. Smith. 1919 

w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 

1933; E unp. 66764; Mabel Kenady 
Brune. 1920 

w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 

1933; E imp. 67008; Lilyan Raines. 

1921 

Prosperity in 33 ; song, m James L. 
Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 28, 1933; E unp. 66954: Fred 
A. Hepler. 1922 

Prosperity is coming; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933; E unp. 65941; 
Mary Roos Haas. 1923 



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1950 



Prosperity on parade; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 66201 ; Harold 
Parker Johnson. 1924 

Prosperity we greet you ; w and m 
Patrick Joseph. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1933; E unp. 66069; Patrick J. Mc- 
Cruden. 1925 

Pudel (der) ; schlager, gesangstexte 
Teo von Donop, m Willy Geisler. 
© Sept. 13, 1932; E for. 27479; 
Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. H. 1926 

Pumpkin (A) has no pump ; w Tom 
Kennedy and Dick Sanford, m Geo. 
B. McConnell; pf. treble. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1933; E unp. 67105; Nat- 
trass-Schenck, inc. 1927 

Pupa di neve ; tango, versi Enrico 
Frati, m Illuminato Culotta; orch. 
pti. © Dec. 25, 1932 ; E for. 27523 ; 
Societa anonima Suvini-Zerboni. 

1928 

Purge me, O Lord ; anthem, Thomas 
Tallis, new version of w and m 
transposed A. Ramsbotham ; mixed 
voices, organ ace. © Nov. 17, 1932 ; 
E for. 27748; Oxford univ. press. 

1929 

Pussy willow frolic ; by William M. 
Felton; pf. © Dec. 30, 1932; E 
pub. 34125; McKinley music co. 

1930 

Put on your hip waders 'cause I'm 
knee deep in love ; song, m Frank S. 
Wildt; with ukulele arr. © Dec. 
31, 1932; E pub. 34032: Nels O. 
Weed. 1931 

Put your hand in mine; w and m 
Harry S. Pepper; with ukulele arr. 
© Jan. 7, 1933; E for. 27967; Dix, 
ltd. 1932 

Qu'on est bien en chemise; 6/8 one- 
step, dans Le true du bresilien, 
paroles Pierre Bayle, m Mireille; 
avec accord de l'ukulele. © Nov. 
1, 1932 ; E for. 27846 ; Editions Sala- 
bert. 1933 

Quand on a son volant en mains ; 
marche 6/8 one-step, paroles Rene 
Pujol et Ch. L. Pothier, m Oberfeld ; 
avec accord de l'ukulele. © Oct. 1, 
1932; E for. 27450; Editions Sala- 
bert. 1934 

Quand on fait de la contrebande; 
marche, paroles Henri Diamant- 
Berger, m Jean Lenoir; avec accord 
de l'ukulele. © Oct. 1, 1932 : E for. 
27440; Editions Salabert. 1935 



Quand une f emme ; one-step, do Azor, 
paroles Max Eddy, m Gaston Gaba- 
roche; avec accord de l'ukulele. © 
Nov. 1, 1932; E for. 27856; Editions 
Salabert. 1936 

Quand y a pas d'public ; fox-trot, cou- 
plets Max Eddy, m Gaston Gaba- 
roche; avec accord de l'ukulele. © 
Oct. 1, 1932 ; E for. 27411 ; Editions 
Salabert. 1937 

Quando ; versi Michele Galdieri. m 
Donald Caslar. 1. Mandolin sc. — 2. 
Pf. © 1 c. Oct. 22, 1 c. Dec. 29, 
1932; E unp. 66146, 66147; Fratelli 
Curci. 1938, 1939 

Quando la donna vuole; fox-trot, versi 
E. M. Chiappo, m Waldam, arr. 
Gino Filippini ; orch. parti. © Sept. 
1, 1932; E for. 27809; Chiappo. 

1940 

Quartet pieces ; by Arthur Trew ; 2 
violins, viola and 'cello. Sc. and 
pts. © Nov. 17, 1932 ; E for. 27771 ; 
Oxford univ. press. 1941 

Quatrieme etude orientale ; en quintes, 
Theodore- Szanto ; pf. © Sept. 1, 
1932; E for. 27670; Editions Sala- 
bert. 1942 

Queen of the Maywalk ; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 66498 ; Blanche 
Merrill. 1943 

Quiero ; bolero, letra y m Luis Arca- 
raz. © July 15, 1932 ; E for. 27941 ; 
A. Wagner y Levien sues., s. en c. 

1944 

Quit shadowing me; valse song. © 
1 c. Jan. 18, 1933; E unp. 66927; 
Aline Kennedy. 1945 

Rabbits, and sheeps, [sic] and geese, 
so tiny, and two of each; w and m 
H. C. G. Stevens. © Dec. 1. 1932; 
E for. 27560 ; J. & W. Chester, ltd. 

1946 

Raccolta di bassi per lo studio dell 
'armonia ; di Paolo Delachi. © 
Nov. 2, 1932: A— For. 18762: A. & 
G. Carisch & c. 1947 

Radetzky-marche ; de J. Strauss, an*. 
Yatove; petit orch. ptes. © Oct. 1, 
1932 ; E for. 27397 ; Choudens. 1948 

Radio city; march; pf. © Jan. 17, 
1933; E pub. 34393; Frank W. 
Geiger. 1949 

Radio star ; fox-trot song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 66909 : W. H. 
Matheson. 1950 



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1951 



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Radio sweetheart: song-, melody Edith 
Whittick. © 1 c. Jan. 10. 1933: E 
unp. 66084: Alfred R. Rossnian. 

1951 

Rainbow (The) ; by J. Hullah Brown: 
percussion band sc. and pts., with 
violins in unison and pf. © Dec. 
14. 1932: E for. 27569: Joseph Wil- 
liams, ltd. 1952 

2-pt. song, w Walter de la Mare, 

m Benjamin Britten; treble voices. 
© Nov. 24. 1932; E for. 27752: Ox- 
ford univ. press. 1953 

Ram pain pam ; fox-trot, paroles Jean 
Tranchant. m Alfredo De Vita. © 
Dec. 10. 1932 : E for. 27371 : Editions 
Josephine Baker. 1954 

Ratonne (La) ; canon, m Paul Dupin : 
choeur a 3 voix. et Papa, sans ace. 
© Dec. 1. 1932 : E for. 28074 ; Durand 
et cie. 1955 

Real love : song. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933 ; 
E imp. 66278 ; Marie E. Smith. 1956 

Recipe (The) ; slow fox-trot song, arr. 
Louis La Rondelle. © 1 c. Dec. 27. 
1932: E unp. 65620; Worth W. Pres- 
ton. 1957 

Recitative: Thy hand, Belinda, -and 
Air : When I am laid in earth; from 
Dido and Aeneas, w Nahum Tate, m 
Henry Purcell. arr. and ed. W. Gil- 
lies Whittaker; unison voices. © 
Dec. 8, 1932: E for. 27757; Oxford 
univ. press. 1958 

Recollections of 1933 : melodv. © 1 c. 
Jan. 21. 1933; E unp. 66618; Louis 
Bernstein. 1959 

Red (The) and the black; w and m R. 
R. Grindle ; pf. © Dec. 31. 1932 ; E 
pub. 34030; Stevens Point high 
school. I960 

Red (The) book of program songs and 
choruses; by Noble Cain, with the 
co-editorship of Walter H. Butter- 
Hold and others. © Jan. 3, 1933 ; 
A 57829 ; Hall & McCreary co. 1961 

Red head : song. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1933; 
E unp. 66187; Melville Grems. 1962 

Red lips unkissed: fox-trot, from A 
kiss in spring, w L. du Garde Peach, 
m Emmerich Kalman and Herbert 
Griffiths. © Nov. 23, 1932; E for. 
27704; Asoherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd. [Copyright is claimed on 
changes in music by H. Griffiths and 
English words] 1963 



Red River lullaby; w Tom Kennedy 
and Dick Sanford, m Geo. B. Mc- 
Connell : pf . treble. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1933; E unp. 67101; Nattrass- 
Schenck. inc. 1964 

Redemption's song; 2-pt. cantata, text 
arr. and m composed Fred B. Hol- 
ton ; arr. from cantata for mixed 
voices for use of women's chos. and 
junior choirs. © Jan. 3, 1933: E 
pub. 34326 ; Lorenz pub. co. 1965 

Reg' mich nicht auf, Johanna; tango, 
w und m Fritz Rotter und Walter 
Jurmann, klavier-arr. Walter Bor- 
chert. © Sept. 22, 1931; E for. 
28107 ; Wiener boheme verlag, G. m. 
b. H. 1966 



spezial-arr. Walter Bor- 

chert; orch. stimmen. © Sept. 22, 
1931; E for. 28114; Wiener boheme 
verlag, G. m. b. H. 1967 

Regardless : w J. M. Katzenbogen, mel- 
ody L. Golden. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1933; E unp. 67055; Jack M. Katz- 
enbogen and Leroy Golden. 1968 

Rejoice, the Lord is King; hymn, w C. 
Wesley, m H. A. Chambers; with 
organ ace. © Jan. 20, 1933 ; E for. 
27976: Novello & co., ltd. 1969 

Rendezvous of dreams; slow fox-trot 
song. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933; E unp. 
66398 : Albert Talmon L'Armee. 

1970 

Repeal ; song, m Le Claire Smith. © 
1 c. Jan. 11. 1933; E unp. 66133: 
Albert Edward Manofsky. 1971 

Requested songs, new and old ; hymns, 
compiled J. E. Thomas, J. W. Ferrill 
and Charlie D. Tillman. © Mar. 29, 
1932: E pub. 34322; Quartet music 
co. 1972 

Resurrection (The) garden: Easter 
service, w Edith Sanford Tillotson 
and others, m I. H. Meredith, 
Broughton Edwards and others. © 
Jan. 3, 1933; E pub. 34361; Tullar- 
Meredith co. 1973 

Reve fantastique: by R. H. Bassett ; 
pf .-conductor. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66150 ; Movietone music corp. 

1974 

Reveillez-vous belle dormeuse; poesie 
Dufresny. m Jean Dupener; choeur 
pour voix d'hommes, sans ace. © 
Dec. 1, 1932; E for. 28059; Henry 
Lemoine et cie. 1975 



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no. 1, 1933 



2004 



Rhythm in my bones; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 66735 ; 
Mary J. Schaeffer. 1976 

Ricciolino biondo ; fox trot, Carlo Bra- 
cale, arr. Pete Rizza; orch. parti. 
© Oct. 31, 1932 ; E for. 27356 ; S. a. 
Suvini-Zerboni. 1977 

Ride-by-nights (The) ; 2-pt. song, w 
Walter de la Mare, m Benjamin 
Britten ; treble voices. © Nov. 24, 
1932; E for. 27751; Oxford univ. 
press. 1978 

Ride on ! ride on in majesty ; w Henry 
H. Milman, set to hymn-tune Co- 
logne, arr. George B. Nevin ; mixed 
voices, with organ ace. © Dec. 29, 
1932; E pub. 34406; G. Schirmer, 
inc. 1979 

Rider (The) ; melody Max Steiner. © 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 66453; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 1980 

Riding out the gale ; by Richard How- 
gill; orch. pts. © Dec. 20, 1932; 
E for. 27581; Hawkes & son (Lon- 
don) ltd. 1981 

Rido ; fox-trot, versi Luciano Ramo, m 
Giovanni Simonetti. © Dec. 25, 
1932 ; E for. 27519 ; Societa anonima 
Suvini-Zerboni. 1982 

Rigadon ; by Henry Purcell, arr. Kath- 
arine Benham ; percussion band pts. 
and pi'., with child conductor's sc. 
© Dec. 21, 1932; E for. 27501; Jo- 
seph Williams, ltd. 1983 

Right or wrong; w Fred Neumann, m 
Louie G. Flagner. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 
1933; E unp. 66874; Louis G. Flag- 
ner. 1984 

Rima de amor ; vals-cancion, letra y 
m Max Urban. © Aug. 1, 1932; E 
for. 27931 ; A. Wagner y Levien sues., 
s. en c. 1985 

Rise (The) of the star; melody Max 
Steiner. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
66454; Southern music pub. co.. inc. 

1986 

Ritmica ostinata ; v. Wladimir Vogel ; 
grosses orch. Partitur. © Nov. 17, 
1932; E for. 27957; Universal edi- 
tion, a. g. 1987 

River (The) boat; melody Max 
Steiner. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E nnp. 
66455 ; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

1988 

Road (The) of life; w and m Eduma 
Marea Carroll. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66866; Eduma Marea 
Thomas. 1989 



Road to hell ; song, m R. Cox and 
Curtis Mayo. © 1 c. Jan. 3. 1933; 
E unp. 65813 ; Rupert Cox. 1990 

Roads; song, m Sylvester Long Cross; 
pf. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 
66264 ; Ethel Nelson McAdoo. 1991 

Robin (The); by J. Hullah Brown; 
percussion band sc. and pts., with 
violin and pf. © Dec. 14, 1932; E 
for. 27564; Joseph Williams, ltd. 

1992 

Robin (The) in the apple tree; by 
Harold Wansborough ; pf. © Dec. 
30, 1932; E pub. 34121; McKinley 
music co. 1903 

Robins in the rain ; song. © 1 e. Jan 
30, 1933; E unp. 67015; Helen e! 
Priest. 1994 

Rochdale (The) hounds; w and m 
Harry Gifford and Fred E. Cliff e ; 
with ukulele arr. © Dec. 12, 1932 ; 
E for. 27659 ; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
ltd. 1995 

Rock-a-bye baby bye ; vocal duet, w 
Bernard A. Sloey. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1933; E unp. 66658; Mabel Morgan 
Sloey. 1996 

Rock me in the cradle of your arms; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66184; Bertha Raffetto. 

1997 

Rocky Mountain moon; waltz, w and 
melody Mac and El. © 1 c. Jan. 
12. 1933; E unp. 66166; Elliott J. 
Schaffer and J. F. McKenney. 1998 

Roda-roda; pf. © Nov. 12. 1932; E 
for. 27466 ; Octavio Pmto. 1999 

Roll on blue moon ; w and m Cliff Car- 
lisle ; with ukulele arr. © Jan. 4, 
1933; E pub. 34118; Adams music 
pub. co. 2000 

Romanza mesta ; versi e melodia. © 
1 c. Jan. 10, 1933; E unp. 66086; 
Vincent Sorey. 2001 

Ronde franchise ; de Paul Pierne ; 
violons 1, 2, altos, violoncelles et 
contrebasses. Ptes. © Dec. 1, 
1932; E for. 28064; Henry Lemoiue 
et cie. 2002 

Rondine ; tango, versi E. Frati : pic- 
cola orch. pti. © Nov. 15. 1932: E 
for. 27806; G. Raimondo. 2003 

Roosevelt, Garner and me ; w Al. 
Lewis, m Al. Sherman ; with ukulele 
arr. © Jan. 3. 1933: E pub. 34232: 
Irving Berlin, inc. 2004 



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Roosevelt the saviour of the nation ; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; 
E imp. 66766 ; Joseph A. Campanelli. 

2005 

Rosa, reizende Rosa ; paso-doble, w 
Fritz Rotter, m Hans J. Salter, 
klavier-arr. Walter Borchert. © 
Nov. 6, 1931; E for. 28106; Wiener 
boheme verlag, G. m. b. H. 2006 

■ m und arr. Hans J. 

Salter; orch. stimmen. © Nov. 6, 
1931 ; E for. 28115 ; Wiener boheme 
verlag, G. m. b. H. 2007 

Rosalie farcie; pf. © Nov. 1, 1932; 
E for. 27880; Ernest Chatillon. 

2008 

Rosary of the rose; w Harry Pease, 
m Ed. Nelson, pf. sc. Merle T. Ken- 
drick; with ukulele arr. © Jan. 4, 
1933 ; E pub. 34120 ; Bibo-Lang, inc. 

2009 

Rosche's Children's clay carols; no. 1, 
w Edith Sanford Tillotson and 
others, m Samuel W. Beazley and 
others, compiled Geo. F. Rosche. © 
Jan. 5, 1933; AA 113676; Geo. F. 
Rosche. 2010 

Rose (The) ; by J. Hullah Brown; 
percussion band sc. and pts., with 
violin and pf. © Dec. 14, 1932; E 
for. 27565 ; Joseph Williams, ltd. 

2011 

Rose covered cottage and you ; waltz, 
w Frank M. Morawetz, and melody 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 66882 ; 
Margaret Kramer Fehring. 2012 

Rose Marie ; song, m Luther A. Clark. 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1933 ; E unp. 66168 ; 
Julia W. Baker. 2013 

Rose of Honolulu; w and m Tom 
Armstrong; with ukulele arr. and 
arrs. for Hawaiian steel guit. and 
Spanish guit. ace. Roy Smeck. © 
Jan. 12, 1933; E pub. 34345; Edward 
P>. Marks music corp. 2014 

Rose of my dreams; waltz song, mel- 
odv Ray Hibbeler. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1933 : E unp. 66501 ; Mary E. Good- 
win. 2015 

Hose of the snowland: w Joe Youns, 
m Bernice Petkere ; with ukulele 
arr. © Jan. 19, 1933 : E pub. 34459 ; 
Do Sylva, Brown & Henderson, inc. 

2016 

Rose-petal love; waltz, w C. R. 
Wiandt and George J. Wendling, m 
Nat Miller. © Dec. 31, 1932 ; E pub. 



34242 ; Claud R. Wiandt and Myrtle 

0. Greenback. 2017 

Rose (La) rouge; habanera, Jane 
Bos ; melodie avec ace. du pf. © 
Dec. 1, 1932; E for. 28055; Societe 
anonyme franchise Chappell. 2018 

versi F. Poussaint, m Giulio 

Cesare Sonzogno. © Oct. 31, 1932; 
E for. 27358; Societa anonima Su- 
vini-Zerboni. 2019 

Rose (The) waltz ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 13, 1933; E unp. 66186; 
Reb. Raney and Perry Hettel. 2020 

Roses of Killarney ; w and m T. Dun- 
stan Collins; with ukulele arr. © 
Jan. 3, 1933 ; E pub. 34324 ; Richard 
Drake Saunders. 2021 

Rossini (Gioacchino Antonio) Fan- 
taisie sur Beaumarchais ; arr. d'Eu- 
gene Cools ; petit orch. ptes. © Oct. 
25, 1932 ; E for. 27915 ; Editions Max 
Eschig. 2022 

Rowley (Alec) Two nocturnes; pf. 1. 
In B min.— 2. In D flat. © Dec. 23, 
1932; E for. 27586; Hawkes & son 
(London) ltd. 2023 

Rowling flyers ; fox-trot, Ed. Mahieux 
et Ch. Grigaut: orch. ptes. © Oct. 

1, 1932 ; E for. 27399 ; Choudens. 

2024 

Rubank assembly hour piano accordion 
folio; coll., E. De Lamater, I. S. 
Loos and others, arr. Joseph P. 
Elsnic. © Dec. 20, 1932; E pub. 
33829; Rubank, inc. 2025 

Rudiments of technique; pf. © Aug. 
1, 1932 ; AA 112709; Olive May Merz. 

2026 

Rund um die Wolga ; russiche walzer- 
fantasie, potpourri, Walter Bor- 
chert ; orch. stimmen. © Nov. 17, 
1931 : E for. 28173 ; Wiener boheme- 
verlag, G. m. b. H. 2027 

Rustic dance; by Adam Carse; string 
quartet pts. © Nov. 25, 1932 j E for. 
27612; Augener, ltd. 2028 

Rustling leaves; by Carl Wilhelm 
Kern, op. 678, no. 9; violin, 1st posi- 
tion, and pf. © Dec. 30, 1932; E 
pub. 34247 ; Theodore Presser co. 

2029 

Rythmes de valse; de I. Philipp. op. 
91: pf. 1. Nos. 1-3.— 2. Nos. 4-6. 
© Dec. 1, 1932 ; E for. 28066, 28067 ; 
Henry Lemoine et cie. 2030, 2031 



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2062 



Sabrosona ; rumba cubana, paroles 
espagnoles et m Moises Simons. © 
Sept. 1, 1932; E for. 27377; Smyth. 

2032 

Sacred quartettes; w and m composed 
and compiled Will H. Ruebush; in 
G clef. © Sept. 20, 1932; E pub. 
34339; Ruebush-Kieffer co. 2033 

Sad sands; song. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1933; E unp. 66605; Fred Warren 
West. 2034 

Sailing of the Olympic; melody Max 
Steiner. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
66456; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

2035 

Sailor-boy ; by T. Robin MacLachlan ; 
pf . © Dec. 29, 1932 ; E pub. 34396 ; 
G. Schirmer, inc. 2036 

Sailors ; w J. Warren Merrill, m Frank 
La Forge. © Jan. 14, 1933 ; E pub. 
34366; G. Ricordi & co., inc. 2037 

Saint George and the dragon; Christ- 
mas play, m L. C. Bromley. © Nov. 
10, 1932 ; E for. 27750 ; Oxford univ. 
press. 2038 

Saint Mary-of-the-Woods college song; 
w Sister Gertrude, m Dorothy New- 
land. © Dec. 27, 1932; E pub. 
34221 ; Saint Mary-of-the-Woods col- 
lege. 2039 

St. Nepomuks vorabend ; w Johann 
Wolfgang von Goethe, m Erwin 
Lendvai, op. 58, nr. 2 ; dreistim- 
migen frauen o. kinderchor ohne begl. 
Partitur. © Oct. 29, 1930; E for. 
27911 ; Gebr. Hug & co. 2040 

Sais-tu pourquoi; chanson, paroles 
Andre Mauprey, italien Nino Bal- 
danza. © Dec. 1, 1932; E for. 
28038; Gabriel Bonincontro. 2041 

Sakkara ; le Nil, canon, m Paul Dupin ; 
choeur a 3 voix, sans ace. © Dec. 
1, 1932 ; E for. 28078 ; Durand et cie. 

2042 

Sally of the valley ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 4, 1933; E unp. 65865; 
James Gerald Leonard. 2043 

Sally's aria; melody. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 
1933; E unp. 66594; Minyde Zent- 
ner. 2044 

Salta-salta; pf. © Nov. 12, 1932; E 
for. 27469; Octavio Pinto. 2045 

Salvation (The) army brass band 
journal ; compiled F. G. Hawkes ; 
full sc. and pts. Festival ser., nos. 



81-84, Jan. 1933. © Dec. 22, 1932; 
E for. 27606; Salvationist pub. & 
supplies, ltd. 2046 

Ordinary ser., no. 1053- 



1056, Dec. 1932. © Nov. 30, 1932; 
E for. 27562; Salvationist pub. & 
supplies, ltd. 2047 

Second ser., nos. 181- 



184, Jan. 1933. © Jan. 11, 1933; 
E for. 28104; Salvationist pub. & 
supplies, ltd. 2048 

San Francisco Kiwanis ; march, w 
Frederic L. Wheeler, m Merville 
Yetter. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933; E 
unp. 66502; Kiwanis club of San 
Francisco. 2049 

Sang (Le) viennois ; valse, Johann 
Strauss, arr. Julien Porret ; orch. et. 
jazz ptes. © Nov. 1, 1932; E for. 
27837; Heugel. 2050 

Sans amour ; slow-fox chante, paroles 
Alex Farel, m Ch. Borel-Clerc. © 
Dec. 10, 1932 ; E for. 27372 ; Editions 
Josephine Baker. 2051 

Santos modern method for piano ac- 
cordion ; by Wm. Turnboo. bk. 2. 
© Dec. 3.0, 1932 ; E pub. 34013 ; Don 
Santos pub. co., inc. 2052 

Sara la luna? no; fox-trot, versi 
Michele Galdieri, m Dan Caslar. 1. 
Pf.— 2. Mandolino.— 3. Orch. pti. © 
Oct. 20, 1982; E for. 27338, 27339, 
27341 ; Fratelli Curci. 2053-2055 

Sarson (May) Five fragments; pf. 
© Dec. 28, 1932; E for. 27594; 
Stainer & Bell, ltd. 2056 

Saru ; song, w G. Grober. © 1 c. 
Jan. 6, 1933 ; E unp. 65963 ; Walter 
E. Paris and Gilbert Grober. 2057 

Sassmannshausen (Walter) Two 
marches; organ. © Sept. 20, 1932; 
E pub. 34222; Walter Sassmanns- 
hausen. 2058 

Sautillant ; one-step ou galop ; orch. 
ptes. © Dec. 1. 1932 ; E for. 28048 ; 
Hubert Gillot. 2059 

Save us, O Lord ; vesper hymn, m 
William Every. © Jan. 20, 1933; 
E for. 27975; Novello & co., ltd. 

2060 

Save your kisses for me ; pf . treble 
with w. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1933; E 
unp. 66S53; John Duhig. 2061 

Savin' all my love for you ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933; E 
unp. 65936; Lawrence Jimpson. 

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Saving my kisses for someone I love ; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1933 ; 
E unp. 65923; James E. Henry. 

2063 

Say honey, I love you ; song, m James 
L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. ©lc. 
Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65780; Kay 
Barron. 2064 

Say that you love me; song, m Ralph 
William Winslow Bolton. © 1 c. 
Jan. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 66875 ; George 
Percy Bolton. 2065 

Say yes while the moon's in the sky ; 
valse song. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933; 
E unp. 66928; Angie Alberta Olson. 

2066 

Scene d'amour; by Geo. Lipschultz, 
arr. Wm. Spielter ; pf .-conductor. © 
1 c. Jan. 11, 1933; E unp. 66151; 
Movietone music corp. 2067 

Scenes metropolitaines ; melody Max 
Steiner. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E 
unp. 66457 ; Southern music pub. co., 
inc. 2068 

Scenes municipales ; de Henri Tomasi ; 
orch. ptes. © Nov. 1, 1932; E for. 
27834 ; Alphonse Leduc et cie. 2069 

Schau' tief in meine augen . . ; slow- 
fox, N. Brodszky, w Fritz Rotter, 
spezial-arr. Heinz Sandauer ; salon- 
orch. stimmen. © Oct. 20, 1931; E 
for. 28122; Wiener boheme-verlag, 
G. m. b. H. 2070 

Schon ist das leben ; serenata, deutsch 
Friedrich Schwarz, paroles G. Dro- 
vetti, m G. de Micheli, op. 33. © 
Dec. 20, 1932; E for. 27506; Anton 
J. Benjamin, a. g. 2071 

Schon sind die f rau'n von Wien ; tango, 
text Beda, m Richard Griinfeld. © 
Mar. 5, 1931; E for. 28100; Wiener 
boh§me-verlag, Otto Hein. 2072 

Schone frau, gute nacht; boston, text 
u. m Fritz Rotter u. B. Kaper, 
klavier arr. Walter Borchert. © 
Jam 1, 1931; E for. 28095; Wiener 
boheme-verlag, Otto Hein. 2073 

Schonste (Der) takt; walzer, melodie 
Adalbert Herkner. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1933 ; E unp. 65910 ; Harry Renes. 

2074 

School tunes for wind instruments ; 
arr. J. A. Davison ; oboe, flute or 
clarinet with pf. Sc. and pts. © 
Sept. 15, 1932; E for. 27741; Ox- 
ford univ. press. 2075 



Schreib' nichts von liebe mehr ; tango, 
w Hans Bussmann, m Mischa 
Michaeloff ; stimmen fur odeon orch. 
u. fur salonorch. © Jan. 5, 1933; 
E for. 27969; A. Cranz. 2076 

Schubert ( Franz Peter ) By the sea ; 
m Schubert, arr. Granville Bantock ; 
male cho. or quartet. © Dec. 21, 
1932 ; E for. 27498 ; Joseph Williams, 
ltd. 2077 

Cradle song; arr. Henry S. Saw- 
yer, bowed and fingered Frank J. 
Blazek ; violin solo or duet with pf. 
ace. © Dec. 30, 1932 ; E pub. 34135 ; 
McKinley music co. 2078 

Du bist die ruh; op. 59, no. 3, 

transcribed Caspar P. Koch; organ. 
© Dec. 29, 1932; E pub. 34256; G. 
Schirmer, inc. 2079 

Marche militaire ; arr. and fin- 
gered Carl Sauer; violin and pf., 
with 2d violin ad lib. © Aug. 20, 
1932; E for. 27561; W. H. Paling 
& co., ltd. 2080 

op. 51, no. 3, freely arr. Al- 



berto Jonas, op. 21, no. 6; pf. © 
Dec. 9, 1932; E pub. 34215; Carl 
Fischer, inc. 2081 

Rest; m Schubert, arr. Granville 

Bantock ; male cho. or quartet. © 
Dec. 21, 1932; E for. 27499; Joseph 
Williams, ltd. 2082 

Le voyageur; paroles G. P. 

Schmidt, version franchise Jean 
Cliantavoine. © Nov. 1, 1932 ; E for. 
27878 ; Heugel. 2083 

Schule des violinvortrages auf niel- 
odischer^ grundlage in 2 teilen ; v. 
Otakar Sevcik, op. 16; violino solo 
u. pf. mit ubungsstoff. Stimmen. 2. 
teil, hft. 45. Hexentanz, N. Paganini, 
op. 8. © Oct. 25, 1932 ; E for. 28005 ; 
01. Pazdirek. 2084 

Schumann (Robert Alexander) Album 
pour la jeunesse; op. 68, transcrits 
et doigtes Victor Coeur; harpe h 
pSdales. © Dec. 1, 1932; E for. 
28053; Jean Jobert. 2085 

Les deux grenadiers; frangais 

Charles Mague\ transcription Fran- 
cisque Darcieux; choeur & 4 voix 
d'hommes, sans ace. © Dec. 1, 1932 ; 
E for. 28051 ; Henry Lemoine et cie. 

2086 

Dialogue dans la foret; paroles 

Eichendorff, version francaise Jean 
Chantavoine, m R. A. Schumann, 
op. 39, no. 3. © Nov. 1, 1932 ; E for. 
27877; Heugel. 2087 



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Schwiile (Eine) sommernacht und eine 
frau wie du; tango, text Fritz Rot- 
ter, m Robert Stolz, op. 587. © 
May 11, 1931 ; E for. 28138 ; Wiener 
boheme-verlag, G. m. b. H. 2088 

spez. - arr. Walter 



Borchert ; orch. stimmen. © May 
11, 1931; E for. 28129; Wiener bo- 
heme-verlag, G. m. b. H. 2089 

Scotland lassie ; tone-picture, Carl 
Wilhelm Kern, op. 674, no. 5; pf. 
© Dec. 30, 1932; E pub. 34130; Mc- 
Kinley music co. 2090 

Scudding o'er life's sea O come with 
me; song. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; E 
unp. 66067 ; Eva Delia White Wake- 
lee. 2091 

Scusi signora ; fox-trot, Gino Simi, arr. 
I. Culotta; orch. pti. © Dec. 25, 
1932 ; E for. 27524 ; Societa anonima 
Suvini-Zerboni. 2092 

Se fosse lei; fox-trot, versi Enrico 
Frati, m Luigi Roberto Ferrario. 
© Dec. 25, 1932; E for. 27517; So- 
cieta anonima Suvini-Zerboni. 2093 

Sea (The) gypsy; w Richard Hovey, 
m and arr. Geoffrey O'Hara ; 3-pt. 
male cho. © Jan. 24, 1933 ; E pub. 
34498; Harms, inc. 2094 

See-saw ; rumba cubana, letra y m 
Moises Simons, English, Marjorie 
Harper. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1933; E 
unp. 66850 ; Edward B. Marks music 
corp. 2095 

Seems I've always held your hand; 
w B. Miller and Carl Field, melody 
B. Miller and Alfred Opler. © 1 c. 
Jan. 7, 1933; E unp. 65966: Bob 
Miller. 2096 

Sehr geschatztes Fraulein Laura ; 
tango, w und m Fritz Rotter und 
Walter Jurmann, klavier-arr. Walter 
Borchert. © Feb. 23, 1932; E for. 
28111 ; Wiener boheme verlag, G. m. 
b. H. 2097 

spezial-arr. Walter Bor- 



chert; orch. stimmen. © Feb. 23, 
1932 ; E for. 28158 ; Wiener boheme- 
verlag, G. m. b. H. 2098 

Semaine (La) du pianiste; recueil des 
exercices quotidiens, Marie Panthes. 
© Nov. 1, 1932; A— For. 19201; Al- 
phonse Leduc et cie. 2099 

Send a bunch of roses to her door ; 
song, melody Dave Peyton. © 1 c. 
Jan. 19, 1933; E unp. 66545; Robert 
R. Irwin. 2100 



Senorita ; fox-trot, paroles E. Recagno, 
m Roger Dumas ; avec accord de 
l'ukelele. © Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 
27438; Editions Salabert. 2101 

Sentimentale ; fox-trot, paroles Leo Le- 
lievre fils, m Georges Tabet; avec 
accord de l'ukelele. © Oct. 1, 1932 ; 
E for. 27457; Editions Salabert. 

2102 

S€parement ; dans Le true du bresilien, 
paroles Pierre Bayle, m Mireille ; 
avec accord de l'ukelele. © Nov. 1, 
1932; E for. 27852; Editions Sala- 
bert. 2103 

Serenade ; by Adam Carse ; string quar- 
tet, pts. © Nov. 25, 1932; E for. 
27611; Augener, ltd. 2104 

by Edward Elgar ; pf. © Jan. 30, 

1933; E for. 28103; Keith, Prowse 
& co., ltd. 2105 

duet; treble voices. © 1 c. Jan. 

3, 1933; E unp. 65804; Dudley B. 
Reed. 2106 

• melody Max Steiner. © 1 c. Jan. 

3, 1933 ; E unp. 66458 ; Southern mu- 
sic pub. co., inc. 2107 

Seufzerbriicke ; w Geza Herczeg u. Leo 
Straus, m Erwin Straus, erl. klav. 
arr. Hans Schneider. © Nov. 29. 
1932; E for. 28000; Ludwig Dob- 
linger (Bernhard Herzmansky). 

2108 

Seven (The) good joys of Mary; 
Christmas carol, English traditional, 
arr. Louis Victor Saar ; quartet or 
mixed cho. © Nov. 14, 1932 : E pub. 
34167; Carl Fischer, inc. 2109 

Sewing machine blues; w and melody 
Jimmie Davis. © 1 c. Jan. 3. 1933 ; 
E unp. 66420; Southern music pub. 
co., inc. 2110 

Shadow dreams ; from Love lost, w, 
melody and rhythm H. W. Barwick, 
ace. Leone Crawley. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1933 ; E unp. 67033 ; Howard William 
Barwick and Leone Crawley. 2111 

Shadow (The) in the flagon; m Bur- 
rell Van Buren ; pf . © 1 c. Jan. 25. 
1933 ; E unp. 66758 ; William A. Mc- 
Gillivray. 2112 

Shadow on the shade; w and m Val 
Burton and William Jason. © 1 c. 
Jan. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 66564 ; Movie- 
tone music corp. 2113 

Shake hands with a millionaire; w 
Jack Scholl and Irving Bibo, m Max 
Rich, pf. sc. Merle T. Kendrick ; 



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Shake hands with a millionaire — Con. 
with ukulele arr. © Jan. 26. 1933 ; 
E pub. 34496 ; Bibo-Lang, inc. 2114 

Shake, pal, shake; words and melody 
M. Small. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; E 
imp. 66222 ; Martha Small. 2115 

Shall we wear pyjamas, or the old- 
fashioned nightie ; from Love on 
wheels, w Douglas Furber, m Jean 
Gilbert; with ukulele arr. © Nov. 
9. 1932; E for. 27789; Francis, Day 
& Hunter, ltd. 2116 

Shave and a hair cut ; w and m Abner 
Silver and Eddie Maxwell; with 
ukulele arr. © Jan. 3, 1933 ; E pub. 
34335 ; Mort Beck music co. 2117 

She broke my heart when she left 
home; w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
30, 1933 : E unp. 66990 ; Herman Neu- 
buhr. 2118 

She's a real old-fashioned girl; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 66584 ; 
Lillian Poole Palmason. 2119 

She's all for me; w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 14. 1933; E unp. 66207; 
Don Hargrove. 2120 

She's got charm : fox-trot song. © 
1 c. Jan. 17, 1933; E unp. 66910; 
Beulah E. Bradley. 2121 

She's my Eileen from Killarney; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; 
E unp. 67006 ; Jack Walsh. 2122 

She's the girl that I've been waiting 
for ; written and composed Louis 
Freeman ; with ukulele arr. R. S. 
Stoddon. © Dec. 29, 1932; E for. 
27696 ; B. Feldman & co. 2123 

Shellbark hickory ; song ; guit. ace. 
© 1 c. Jan. 16. 1933 ; E unp. 66352 ; 
Louis J. Bennett. 2124 

Shepherd's evening song; by Charles 
D. Blake, op. 26, arr. Henry S. Saw- 
yer ; pf ., 4 hands. © Dec. 30, 1932 ; 
E pub. 34145 : McKinley music co. 

2125 

Ship (The) of Rio: 2-pt. song, w Wal- 
ter de la Mare, m Benjamin Britten ; 
treble voices. © Nov. 24, 1932; 
E for. 27753 : Oxford univ. press. 

2126 

Short and sweet : w and melody Jack 
Lewis. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933 ; E unp. 
66624 : S. Albert Lesser. 2127 

Shoulder to shoulder; melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 66595 ; Minyde 
Zentner. 2128 



Si j'etais blanche ; fox-trot, paroles 
Henry Varna et Bobby, m Lennart 
Falk. © Dec. 10, 1932 ; E for. 27373; 
Editions Josephine Baker. 2129 

Si tu veux; fox-trot, paroles Ch. L. 
Pothier et Andre Hugon, m Raoul 
Moretti; avec accord de l'ukulele. 
© Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 27447; Edi- 
tions Salabert. 2130 

Si tu voulais ; valse-boston, de Mon- 
sieur le docteur, paroles Pierre Chaf- 
fange, m Pablo Labor; avec accord 
de l'ukulele. © Nov. 1, 1932 ; E for. 
27870; Editions Salabert. 2131 

Siderum rector; hymnus, William 
Byrd, arr. and ed. Edmund H. Fel- 
lowes ; 5 mixed voices. © Oct. 17, 
1932; E for. 26504; Stainer & Bell, 
ltd. 2132 

Sidewalk (The) waltz; w Joe Young, 
melody J. Fred Coots. © 1 c. Jan. 
28, 1933 ; E unp. 66934 ; Irving Ber- 
lin, inc. 2133 

Siegesstern ; marsch, melodie Adalbert 
Herkner. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1933 ; E unp. 
65905 ; Harry Renes. 2134 

Sighing and crying and trying to smile 
for you ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67063 ; Georgia Ferguson. 

2135 

Signature for Three bakers ; by Robert 
Simon; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933; 
E unp. 66578; Standard brands, inc. 

2136 

Silent night, holy night; w Joseph 
Mohr, m Franz Gruber, arr. Cyr de 
Brant ; 3-pt. song or mixed cho. ; pf . 
or organ ace. © Nov. 18, 1932; 
E pub. 34174 ; Carl Fischer, inc. 

2137 

Silhouettes; de Joaquin Turina; pf. 
no. 1-5. © Dec. 1, 1932; E for. 
28063 ; Rouart, Lerolle et cie. 2138 

Silver band march ; by J. Lee Clarke, 
arr. Henry S. Sawyer; pf., 4 hands. 
© Dec. 30, 1932 ; E pub. 34144 ; Mc- 
Kinley music co. 2139 

Silver curls or golden ringlets : w and 
m J. C. Merritt. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1933; E unp. 66035; John Cunning- 
ham Merritt and Blanche Salena 
Merritt. 2140 

Silver linings: w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 23, 1933: E unp. 66680; 
Hazel Westin. 2141 

Simple (A) song; valse song, from A 
kiss in spring, w L. du Garde Peach, 
m Herbert Griffiths. © Nov. 23, 



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1932; E for. 27705; Ascherberg, 
Hop wood & Crew, ltd. [Copyright 
is claimed on changes in music and 
English words]. 2142 

Since I found you ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
3, 1933; E unp. 65772; William 
Chase Spotswood, jr. 2143 

Since I've found happiness in you; 
song. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 
66659; Sylvia Wienshienk. 2144 

Since it's so, why did it begin ; w and 
m J. O. Arnett. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1933 ; E unp. 66715 ; James Osborne 
Arnett, Denver. 2145 

Since thou, O fondest and truest ; w 
R. Bridges, m R. O. Morris; mixed 
voices. © Dec. 8, 1932; E for. 
27763; Oxford univ. press. 2146 

Since you have gone; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 18, 1933; E unp. 66484; Isabel 
Trombley. 2147 

Since you let me call you sweetheart ; 
arr. by Bob ; pf . with w. © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 66099; Fred 
H. Hutchinson. 2148 

Sing an old-fashioned coon song; w 
Kathleen Wooffitt, m Phyllis May- 
head; with ukulele arr. © Dec. 2, 
1932; E for. 27512; Cecil Lennox, 
ltd. 2149 

Sing it yourself; folk songs of all na- 
tions, Dorothy Gordon. © Jan. 3, 
1933 ; A 57903 ; E. P. Dutton & co., 
inc. 2150 

Sing me a song of the sea ; sea chanty, 
w and m Harry C. Banks; med. 
voice; in D min. © Dec. 2, 1932; 
E pub. 34042 ; Oliver Ditson co., inc. 

2151 

Sing-song; 6 songs for children, w 
and m Peter Broom. © Jan. 3, 
1933 ; E for. 27596 ; Elkin & co., ltd. 

2152 

Sing that lullaby my mother used to 
sing to me; pf. treble with w. © 
1 c. Jan. 27, 1933; E unp. 66849; 
Lawrence Steder. 2153 

Sing Toy; melody Marjorie Scott, w 
and arr. Katherine Allan Lively ; pf . 
© Dec. 29, 1932; E pub. 34411; G. 
Schirmer, inc. 2154 

Singer's choice; 1933, hymns, w and 
m Virgil O. Stamps, J. R. Baxter, 
jr., W. W. Combs, and others. © 
Aug. 5, 1932: A 57487;- Stamps- 
Baxter music co. 2155 



Singin' ; w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
3, 1933; E unp. 65798; Helen L. 
Vogel. 2156 

Singing I love you ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 66273; 
Michael Moosa. 2157 

Singing pretty songs ; melody Henry 
Allen. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
66411 ; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

2158 

Sister Ella ; melody Douglas Williams. 
© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 66473 ; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 2159 

Sittin' in the dark; w Harold Adam- 
son, m Jesse Greer; with ukulele 
arr. © Jan. 20, 1933 ; E pub. 34517 ; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc. 

2160 

Sitting on the stairs; song, w Stanley 
Sheldon. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933; E 
unp. 65924 ; T. Wallace Fox. 2161 

Skies will be blue; w and melody V. 
O. Stamps and D. B. Edmiaston. © 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 66408: 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 2162 

Skyline ; by Hugo Friedhofer ; pf . con- 
ductor. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; E 
unp. 66978; Movietone music corp. 

2163 

Sleep, my Little One; Christmas carol, 
arr. Louis Victor Saar ; quartet or 
mixed cho. © Nov. 14, 1932; E pub. 
34163 ; Carl Fischer, inc. 2164 

Sleep, you are heavenly blessed ; song, 
w Anthony Wayne Iannelli. © 1 c. 
Jan. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 66198 ; Charles 
Joseph Coletta. • 2165 

Slumber song; by Laurie Forbes Tay- 
lor; pf. © Dec. 21, 1932; E pub. 
34262 ; Lawrence Forbes Taylor. 

2166 

Smile (A) for all, never a smile for 
me alone; pf. with w. © 1 c. Jan. 
30, 1933; E imp. 67038; Heinrich J. 
Tandler. 2167 

Smile on my face; fox trot song. © 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 65807 ; Cono 
Petitti. 2168 

Smile waltz ; by E. Mack, arr. Henry 
S. Sawyer: pf.. 4 hands. © Dec. 
30, 1932; E pub. 34143: McKinley 
music co. 2169 

Smiling for you with a broken heart; 
waltz song. © Nov. 19, 1932: E 
pub. 34261: Marguerite Stuart, and 
John Edwoods. 2170 



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Snatch your happiness ; song, melody 
John Copeland. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1933; E imp. 66129; Henry I. Mc- 
Gill. 2171 

Snatch your happiness where you can 
get it, but go by the golden rule; 
song, m and ukulele arr. John Cope- 
land. © Jan. 26. 1933; E pub. 
34541 ; Henry I. McGill. 2172 

Snow (The) ; w C. Alice Elgar, in and 
arr. Edward Elgar. op. 26, no. 1 ; 
sop. 1, 2; 2 violins and pf. ace. © 
Jan. 20. 1933 : E for. 27978 ; Novello 
& co., ltd. 2173 

Snowtime ; words and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 10. 1933; E unp. 66085; Roger 
Wm. Brown and Rolf Gunst. 2174 

So do I ; w B. G. De Sylva, m Vincent 
Youmans; with ukulele arr. © 
Dec. 30, 1932 ; E pub. 34089 ; George 
G. De Sylva. 2175 

So lang noch ein walzer von Strauss 
erklingt ; Wiener walzer, aus dem 
tonfilm, w Charles Amberg, m Artur 
Guttmann. © Sept. 17, 1931 ; E for. 
28146 ; Wiener bohenie-verlag, G. m. 
b. H. 2176 

arr. Richard Et- 

linger; orch. stimmen. © Sept. 17. 
1931 ; E for. 28147 ; Wiener boheme- 
verlag, G. m. b. H. 2177 

So 'nnammurate 'e te ; di Ernesto de 
Curtis, arr. I. Culotta ; orch. parti. 
© Dec. 25, 1932; E for. 27537; So- 
ciety anonima Suvini-Zerboni. 2178 

versi G. B. De Curtis, m Ernesto 

De Curtis. © Dec. 25, 1932 ; E for. 
27536 ; Societa anoiiima Suvini- 
Zerboni. 2179 

So nonchalant; from Walk a little 
faster, w E. Y. Harburg and Charles 
Tobias, m Vernon Duke ; with uku- 
lele arr. © Jan. 23, 1933; E pub. 
34511 ; Harms, inc. 2180 

Soiree dans Aguilas ; par Yatove ; pf. 
© Oct. 1, 1932 ; E for. 27421 ; Chou- 
dens. 2181 

Solfege ; song. © Nov. 1, 1932 ; E for. 
27832; Eugene Malezieux. 2182 

Solfege des concours : 24 leeons de 
solfege a ehangements de cl6s, No§l- 
Gallon; avec ace. de pf. 2 me recueil, 
12 leeons. © Oct. 1, 1932: E for. 
27409; Jean Jobert. 2183 

Solfeges tie concours a 2 voix; 19:52. 
R. Jouanneteau, E. Ma ret. Mine. J. 



Bellicard, A. Ravize, A. Simon et 
Mile. J. Brun. © Sept. 1, 1932; E 
for. 27378 ; Durand et cie. 2184 

Soliloquy of a tramp ; musical mono- 
logue, w and m Gerald Morrison; 
pf. © Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 27620; 
Reynolds & co. 2185 

Solitaire; w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
4, 1933; E unp. 65852; Murrill 
Bevans. 2186 

Some day ; song, m James L. Brown ; 
with ukulele arr. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 
1933 ; E unp. 66540 ; Howard J. Eys- 
ter. 2187 

song, w Charles Johnson. © 1 c. 

Jan. 16, 1933; E unp. 66353; Mar- 
jorie J. Fairbairn. 2188 

Some day you'll understand; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; E 
unp. 66771 ; Evelyn L. Hoffmann. 

2189 

Someday; song. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; 
E unp. 66000 ; Catherine Cromien. 

2190 

Someday, sweetheart, with you : song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 24. 1933 ; E unp. 66708 ; 
Verna Salmon Broad. 2191 

Someday you'll know how I love you ; 
w and m Rose Hunter Staines. © 
1 c. Dec. 13, 1932; E unp. 66283; 
Octavia Hunter. 2192 

Someone else would care if you don't ; 
song. © 1 c. Jan. 10. 1933: E unp. 
66286 ; Orville Archy Forman. 2193 

Something's in the air; w Mack Da- 
vid, m Henry Manners ; pf. © 1 c. 
Jan. 27, 1933; E unp. 66860; Ed- 
ward B. Marks music corp. 2194 

Somewhere in the air there's a sweet 
mel-o-dy; w G. E. Lange, m H. J. 
Diestelhorst. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933: 
E unp. 66631 ; H. Jean Diestelhorst 
and George E. Lange. 2195 

Somewhere in the hills ; song, arr. 
Earl Sizler. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; 
E unp. 67061 : John Fredrick Chris- 
tian. 2196 

Somewhere some one loves you; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 66884 ; 
Gordon William Jensen. 2197 

Somewhere, sometime. I wonder who : 
\v and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 13. 
1933: E unp. 661*2: Warren Harris 
Kimball. 2198 



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2224 



Sona, chitarra ; di Ernesto De Curtis. 
arr. Feyder ; orch. parti. © Dec. 
25, 1932; E for. 27535; Societa 
anonima Suvini-Zerboni. 2199 

versi Libero Bovio, m Ernesto De 

Curtis. © Dec. 25, 1932; E for. 
27534; Society anonima Suvini-Zer- 
boni. 2200 

Sonata drarnmatica ; di Carlo Jachino; 
violino e orch. Partitura. © Dec. 
19, 1932; E for. 27636; G. Ricordi & 
co. 2201 

Sonata no. 2 ; for violin and pf ., Fred- 
erick Delius, ed. Albert Sammons 
and Evlyn Howard-Jones, adapted 
and ed. for viola Lionel Tertis. © 
Dec. 13, 1932 ; E for. 27588 ; Hawkes 
& son (London) ltd. 2202 

Sonata no. 3 ; for violin and pf ., Fred- 
erick Delius, phrased and ed. May 
Harrison and Eric Fenby, adapted 
and ed. for viola Lionel Tertis. © 
Dec. 13, 1932 ; E for. 27589 ; Hawkes 
& son, (London) ltd. 2203 

Song etchings ; songs, w Paramananda. 
© Jan. 7, 1933; E pub. 34333; 
Latham True. 2204 

Song of praise ; w adapted from 
Psalms, Amy Clare Giffin, m Heinrich 
Schiitz, ed. John Finley Williamson ; 
8 pt. mixed cho. © Dec. 29, 1932; 
E pub. 34413; G. Schirmer, inc. 
[Copyright is based upon transla- 
tion by A. C. Giffin and new matter 
by J. F. Williamson] 2205 

Song (The) of technocracy; song, 
arr. Genevieve S. Ellis. © 1 c. Jan. 
30, 1933 ; E unp. 67057 ; Victor Con- 
stantine. 2206 

Song of the bells; w and m Edward 
Pol a, Jack Hylton and Franz Stein- 
inger; with ukulele arr. © Oct. 5, 
1932; E for. 28009; Peter Maurice 
music co., ltd. 2207 

Song of the cadets; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 
18, 1933; E unp. 66513; Harker F. 
Thomas. 2208 

Song (The) of the machine; by Rich- 
ard Howgill; orch. pts. © Dec. 20, 
1932; E for. 27582; Hawkes & son 
(London) ltd. 2209 

Song of the road; pf. treble with w. 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933 : E unp. 67046 ; 
Albert Hay Malotte. 2210 

Song (The) of the tramp; w David 
Jenkins and Bruce Sievier, m David 
Jenkins. © Dec. 9, 1932; E for. 
27717 ; Chappell & co., ltd. 2211 



Songs (The) my father sang; w and 
m Ken Holmes. © 1 c. Jan. 11. 
1933; E unp. 66100; Kenneth It. 
Holmes. 2212 

Sonny boy; pf. with w. © 1 c. Jan. 
23, 1933; E unp. 66632; C. B. Hol- 
lings worth. 2213 

Sorgenf ri synger ; enogtyve viser og 
sange af Hans Hartvig Seedorff Ped- 
erson, til m Aksel Agerby, Niels 
Clemmensen and others. © Dec. 17, 
1932 ; E for. 27627 ; Wilhelm Hansen 
og Povl Branner. 2214 

Sortie ; by Eric H. Thiman ; organ. © 
Dec. 28, 1932 ; E for. 27496 ; Novello 
& co., ltd. 2215 

Sortie de Bob; de Paris-beguin, Mau- 
rice Yvain; pf. © Oct. 1, 1932; E 
for. 27461 ; Editions Salabert. 2216 

Sotto l'ombrellino con me; fox-trot, 
versi e m Marf e Vittorio Mascher- 
oni; pf. © Nov. 30, 1932; E for. 
27556 ; A. & G. Carisch & c. 2217 

Sotto le stelle d'Argentina ; tango, ver- 
si C. Carbone, m Raffaele Stocchetti ; 
pf. © Nov. 1, 1932; E for. 27816; 
G. Rampoldi. 2218 

Sous les pommiers ; bluette villageoise 
Suzette Desty, m Vladimir Rosen- 
berg. © July 1, 1932 ; E for. 27379 ; 
Editions Salabert. 2219 

South Dakota ; song, m Francis M. 
Carter. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; E 
unp. 67024; James Maynard Carter. 

2220 

South in Sonora ; operetta, bk. and 
lyrics Charles and Juanita Roos, m 
Charles Wakefield Cadman. © Dec. 
27, 1932 ; D 28376 ; Oliver Ditson co., 
inc. 2220* 

Southern holiday; phantasy, Reginald 
Foresythe ; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66843 ; Joe Davis, inc. 2221 

Southland ; song, w V. E. Strang. © 1 
c. Jan. 30, 1933 ; E unp. 67011 ; Vir- 
ginia E. Strang and Carl A. Clare. 

2222 

Southward bound ; w Harold Knight 
and Chet Phillips, melody Billy 
Ward. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 
66579 ; William Eugene Ward. 2223 

Spacious (The) firmament on high; 
unison hymn for massed voices, w 
Joseph Addison, m Eric H. Thiman ; 
organ ace. © Dec. 30, 1932; E for. 
27493 ; Novello & co., ltd. 2224 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Spanischer (Ein) tango und ein madel 
wie du : tango, text u. m Fritz Rot- 
ter u. Walter Jurmann, klavier arr. 
Walter Borchert. © Mar. 2, 1931; 
E for. 28091 ; Wiener boheme-verlag, 
Otto Hem. 2225 

Spanish serenade ; pf . © 1 c. Jan. 6, 
1933; E imp. 65956; William Fried- 
man. 2226 

Speakin' of the devil here she is ; w 
Mack David, m Henry Manners; pf. 
©lc. Jan. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 66859 ; 
Edward B. Marks music corp. 2227 

Spell (The) of Manila; w and melody. 
© lc. Jan. 17, 1933: E unp. 66388; 
Sue Skelton. 2228 

Spending my time — saving my love; 
w Harold Adamson, melody J. Fred 
Coots. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1933 ; E unp. 
66935; Irving Berlin, inc. 2229 

Spiel' ich auf der laute, denk' ich an 
meine traute ; tango, text Beda, m 
Fritz Benjamin, klav. arr. Walter 
Borchert. © Mar. 14, 1931; E for. 
28086 ; Wiener boheme-verlag, Otto 
Hein. 2230 

Spillebogen ; 28 folkedanse i satser for 
2, 3 og 4 melodiinstrumenter, Otto 
Mortensen. © Dec. 17, 1932 ; E for. 
27625; Wilhelm Hansen. 2231 

Spinning song; by A. Ellmenreich. 1. 
Pf., 4 hands, arr. Preston Ware 
Orem.— 2. Pf., with 2d pf. pt. P. W. 
Orem. © Dec. 30, 1932; E pub. 
34317, 34318; Clayton F. Summy co. 
2232, 2233 

Spirit (A) flower; w B. Martin Stan- 
ton, German version Alice Mattu- 
lath, m Campbell- Tipton; high; in 
G flat. © July 30, 1932; E pub. 
34416; G. Schirmer, inc. [Copy- 
right is claimed on German transla- 
tion] 2234 

Spit on it for luck; fox-trot, w and m 
W. Scott and J. L. Robinson. © 
Dec. 14. 1932 ; E for. 28014 ; John E. 
Dallas & sons, ltd. 2235 

Spook-a-dook blues ; fox-trot blues. 
song. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; E unp. 
66740; Paloma Woods. 2236 

Spring bursts today; Easter anthem, 
w Christina Rossetti, m Van Den- 
man Thompson; mixed voices, organ 
ace. © Jan. 23, 1933 ; E pub. 34475 ; 
EL W. Gray co. 2237 

Spring is just around the corner; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1933; 



E unp. 66091; Frank Littau and 
Benjamin Abert. 2238 

Spring lovers ; song, m James L. 
Brown; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 65784 ; Charles 
Hupp. 2239 

Springtime; slow-fox-trot, Faustin et 
Maurice Jeanjean ; orch. ptes. © 
Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 27669; Editions 
Salabert. 2240 

w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 

1933 ; E unp. 66681 ; Ernest Gmndleh- 
ner. 2241 

Staden sjunger ; vals, ur Gurli, text : 
Ake Soderblom, m : Jules Sylvain ; 
pf . © Dec. 20, 1932 ; E for. 27685 ; 
Edition Sylvain. 2242 

Standard (The) series; ballet music, 
etc., ed. and arr. Ernest Haywood ; 
pf. bk. 2. © Jan. 5. 1933; E for. 
27510; Keith, Prowse & co., ltd. 

2243 

ed. and arr. Ernest Haywood ; 

violin and pf. bk. 3. © Jan. 3, 1933 ; 
E for. 27507: Keith, Prowse & co., 
ltd. 2244 

light salon pieces, ed. and arr. 

Ernest Haywood : pf. bk. 1. © Dec. 
31. 1932; E for. 27515; Keith, 
Prowse & co., ltd. 2245 

Star (The) : melody Max Steiner. © 
1 c. Jan. 3. 1933; E unp. 66459; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 2246 

Staub (Victor) Six pieces; pf. © 
Dec. 1. 1932 ; E for. 28046 ; Alphonse 
Leduc et cie. 2247 

Stay on the right side of the road; w 
Ted Koehler, m Rube Bloom; 
melody and pf. treble. © 1 c. Jan. 
18, 1933; E unp. 66792; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp. 2248 

Steppin [sic] high ; fox trot ; orch. 
ptes. © Oct. 1. 1932; E for. 27389; 
Harry Parsons. 2249 

Still you belong to me ; song. © Dec. 
14, 1932 ; E pub. 34237 ; Evelyn Maud 
Guild. 2250 

Stillman (Mitja) Fantasy; on a 
Chassidish theme, M. Stillman ; 
clarinet, string quartet and pf. Sc. 
and pts. © Aug. 6. 1932; E for. 
27103; Edition Jibneh. 2251 

Stolen (A) kiss: song, from Youth of 
romance ; bar. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933 ; 
E unp. 65960: John Armstrong 
Monell. 2252 



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2281 



Story tears ; w and melody Elva T. 
Crist, ©lc. Jan. 25. 1933 ; E unp. 
66774 ; Elva T. Long. 2253 

Street of dreams; fox trot, w Sam M. 
Lewis, m Victor Young, arr. Frank 
Skinner; orch. pts., with male trio 
arr. © Dec. 19, 1932 ; E pub. 34051 ; 
Leo Feist, inc. 2254 

Strenna (La) delle rose, 1933; can- 
zoni, di diversi autori. © Jan. 1, 
1933 ; E for. 28101 ; Italian book co. 

2255 

Strolling on the Wabash shore; song. 
©lc. Jan. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 66114 ; 
Fred Charles Bernhardt. 2256 

Strolling with your sweetheart ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; E 
unp. 66997 ; Hiram John Hobday. 

2257 

Studentenprinz (Der) ; schlager aus 
dem singspiel, Dorothy Donnelly, 
iibertragung Schanzer u. Welisch, m 
Sigmund Romberg. © Oct. 26, 1932 ; 
E for. 28012 ; Charivari musikverlag, 
G. m. b. H. 2258 

Study (The) of time and pulse; for 
young violinists, inch 12 little duets 
for 2 violins, Sydney Twinn. bk. 3. 
© Jan. 5, 1933 ; E for. 27971 ; Alfred 
Lengnick & co., ltd. 2259 

Such a big heart for someone so small ; 
w and m Alfred Glover-Kind; with 
ukulele arr. © Dec. 12, 1932; E 
for. 27661; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
ltd. 2260 

Siisser . . . siisser; tango, text Paul 
Geissler, m Jerry Wiga, spezial-arr. 
Bert Cadi. © Jan. 9, 1932; E for. 
27804 ; E. Arold's musikverlag. 

2261 

orch. stim- 

men. © Jan. 9, 1932 ; 1 c. Dec. 14 ; 
E for. 27794 ; E. Arold's musikverlag. 

2262 

Sugar (The) River valley ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 
66811; Dora Pernot. 2263 

Suite pour piano ; par Ivan Borrish. 
© Dec. 23, 1932; E for. 27624; 
Enoch & cie. 2264 

Summer days ; easy suite, Madeleine 
Evans ; pf. © Dec. 30 1932 ; E for. 
27600; W. Paxton & co., ltd. 2265 

Sun (The) don't shine all the time; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1933 ; 
E unp. 65858 ; John W. Bond. 2266 



Sunbeams or shadows; waltz song, 
melody Ray Hibbeler. © 1 c. Jan. 
3, 1933; E unp. 65827; James T. 
Williams. 2267 

Sunny days ; song, m Jack Mahoney. 
© Dec. 19, 1932; E pub. 43273; 
Charles S. Nakagawa. 2268 

Sunset ; w L. C. George, melody E. 
Whittemore. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1933; 
E unp. 66526; Lucile Cathryne 
George and Earl Whittemore. 2269 

waltz song. © Jan. 5, 1933; E 

pub. 33426; Milward Overholt. 

2270 

Sunshine of love ; song, melody James 
L. Brown. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E 
unp. 65790; Louis Chenier. 2271 

Suona fanfara mia ; storielle militari, 
parole Francesco Coop, m Nicola 
Moleti ; pf . © Dec. 25, 1932 ; E for. 
27518 ; Societa anonima Suvini-Zer- 
boni. 2272 

Suscipe Domine; w St. Ignatius, m 
Martin G. Dumler, op. 34, no. 2; sop. 
1, 2, and alto, organ ace. © Dec. 31, 
1932; E pub. 34226; J. Fischer & 
bro. 2273 

Suspense; melody Max Steiner. © 1 
c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 66460 ; South- 
ern music pub. co., inc. 2274 

Suzanne, Suzette et Suzon; bluette 
villageoise Suzette Desty, m Vladi- 
mir Rosenberg. © July 1, 1932; 
E for. 27382; Editions Salabert. 

2275 

Swami (The) ; melody Max Steiner. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 66461 ; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 2276 

Swaying iris ; by William M. Felton ; 
pf . © Dec. 30. 1932 ; E pub. 34124 ; 
McKinley music co. 2277 

Sweet dreams; song. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 
1933; E unp. 66858; Clara Burrell 
and Isabel Vargo. 2278 

Sweet dreams of you ; valse song. © 
1 c. Jan. 17, 1933; E unp. 66911; 
Gertrude E. Mills. 2279 

Sweet earth of Cornwall — my home; 
w and m Annette Mills ; with uku- 
lele arr. © Dec. 12, 1932; E for. 
27660; Francis. Day & Hunter, ltd. 

22S0 

Sweet lady I love you ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 6632S ; 
Adele Leibert and Joseph M. Lei- 
bert. 2281 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Sweet little mountain Rose; w Bernie 
Grossman, melody Harold Lewis. 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933 ; E imp. 66733 ; 
Southern music pub. co.. inc. 2282 

Sweet little you ; words and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933 ; E unp. 66216 ; 
Marvin J. Braun and William H. 
Marshall. 2283 

Sweet memories ; song, melody C. 
Bauch and Paul Cohen. © 1 c. Jan. 
30, 1933 ; E unp. 67032 ; Carl Bauch. 

2284 

Sweet memories of mine; fox-trot 
song. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 
66912; Arthur Rossini. 2285 

Sweet memory of love ; song, m 
Charles Lagourgue, op. 52, no. 4. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65809; 
Roland Roderick Rains. 2286 

Sweet nightingale ; folk song, w tra- 
ditional, m Winifred Bury. © July 
4, 1932: E for. 27482; Paterson's 
publications, ltd. 2287 

Sweet (The) things in life; w and 
melody A. Altman and Jack Law- 
rence. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1933 ; E unp. 
66158 ; Arthur Altman. 2288 

Sweetest (The) of melodies ; song. © 
1 c. Jan. 11, 1933; E unp. 66111; 
Margaret M. Ward. 2289 

Sweetheart bouquet; w and m Karl 
King. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 
65792; Carl William Schwotzer. 

2290 

Sweetheart come back to me; song, 
arr. Marcus Bartlett ; with ukulele 
arr. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; E unp. 
66688; Mitchell Mclver Benton. 

2291 

Sweetheart dear ; . song. © 1 c. Jan. 
19, 1933 ; E unp. 66559 ; C. M. Lam- 
bour. 2292 

Sweetheart I'll always love you; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1933; 
E unp. 65868; Anthony R. Prinzi- 
valli. 2293 

Sweetheart, kiss your sweetheart good- 
night; m Sylvester Long Cross; pf. 
with w. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; E 
unp. 66263 ; Clarence Stelzig. 2294 

Sweetheart mine; w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 5, 1933; E unp. 65884; 
Kvangaline Hart. 2295 

waltz, w and m Ruth Ellis. © 

] c. Jan. 10, 1933; E unp. 66081; 
O. Ruth Spivey. 2296 



Sweetheart o' mine ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
12, 1933; E unp. 66174; Laura Car- 
ter. 2297 

Sweetheart of my old age ; m Sylvester 
Long Cross: pf. with w. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 66257; Clara 
Bonnell. 2298 

Sweetheart (The) of my youth; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1933; E unp. 66287; 
Wilhelmina K. Zollinger. 2299 

Sweethearts of Mardi Gras ball ; w 
James C. Frachtling, m J. Camelia 
Frachtling. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1933; 
E unp. 66936; James C. and J. Ca- 
melia Frachtling. 2300 

Sweethearts of yesterday ; song, m 
Sylvester Long Cross; pf. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1933 ; E unp. 66250 ; Harriet 
Best Cruickshank. 2301 

Sweetness ; song, m James L. Brown ; 
with ukulele ace. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 
1933; E unp. 66949; Elizabeth E. 
Ford. 2302 

Sweet'nin' ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 
1933; E unp. 66938; Charles John- 
son. ' 2303 

Symphonie concertante; de Florent 
Schmitt, op. 82; pf. principal, avec 
2 e pf., reduction de Torch. © Dec. 
1, 1932; E for. 28072; Durand et 
cie. 2304 

Szalowski (Antoni) Prelude; violon 
et pf . © Oct. 5, 1932 ; E for. 27919 ; 
Editions Max Eschig. 2305 

Take a spot of happiness; fox-trot, 
German w and m Bert Reisfeld and 
Rolf Marbot, English, Eric Sommer- 
field. © Jan. 11, 1933 ; E for. 28037 ; 
United music publishers, ltd. 2306 

Take me ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66001; Herschel D. Reese. 

2307 

Take me back; song m James L. 
Brown : with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1933 ; E unp. 66051 ; Howard 
Clemetson. 2308 

Take this rose ; w Richard Sanford, 
melody Geo. B. McConnell. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65823; Leo 
Feist, inc. 2309 

Take your wife to Paris ; from Mother 
of Pearl, or The love child, w A. P. 
Herbert, adapted from German of 
Alfred Griinwald, m Oscar Straus. 
© Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 27713 ; Chap- 
pell & co., ltd. 2310 



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2338 



Taking- your place ; w and melody Will 
Shade. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933 ; E unp. 
66478; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

2311 

Tally-ho ; Thanksgiving song, Julie F. 
Hill ; violin 1, 2 and pf. © Dec. 22, 
1932; E pub. 34203; Carl Fischer, 
inc. 2312 

Tamara ; w and m Russ Hull ; with 
ukulele arr. © Jan. 3, 1933 ; E pub. 
34375 ; Harry K. Bell music co. 2313 

Tango ; by Martha Atwood ; pf. con- 
ductor sc. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66392; Martha Atwood Al- 
berini. 2314 

tango intermezzo, Arrigo Ped- 

rollo, orch. e trattamento per piccola 
orch. G. Sirlen Milanesi ; piccola 
orch. parti. © Nov. 10, 1932; E 
for. 27814 ; G. Signorelli. 2315 

Tango azul; versi E. M. Chiappo, m 
Cesare Augusto Ciociano; orch. 
parti. © Oct. 1, 1932 ; E for. 27808 ; 
Chiappo. 2316 

Tango des roses ; paroles J. Riviere, 
letra Francia Luban, set to melody. 
© Dec. 1, 1932; E pub. 34044; A. 
Fassio. 2317 

Tango-kavaljeren ; tango, ur Gurli, 
text : Ake Soderblom, m : Jules 
Sylvain; pf. © Dec. 20, 1932; E 
for. 27686; Edition Sylvain. 2318 

Tangorina ; melody. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1933; E unp. 67028; George La- 
Banco, jr. 2319 

Tansman (Alexandre) Deux pieces; 

violoncelle et pf. © Oct. 5, 1932; 

E for. 27926; Editions Max Eschig. 

2320 
Toccata; partition d'orch. © 

Nov. 5, 1932 ; E for. 27927 ; Editions 

Max Eschig. 2321 

Tanz mit mir, mia bella ; aus Der tan- 
zende Shylock, text Geza Herczeg u. 
Leo Straus, m Erwin Straus, erl. 
klavier arr. Hans Schneider. © 
Nov. 28, 1932; E for. 27997; Lud- 
wig Doblinger (Bernhard Herz- 
mansky). 2322 

Tausendmal; tanganilla, w Hanns 
Schachner, m Karl G. Bazant, arr. 
Hans Schneider. © Nov. 1, 1932; 
E for. 28003; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky). 2323 

Taxi ; de Ma femme homme d'affaires, 
de Selney-Salabert ; pf. © Nov. 
1, 1932 ; E for. 27849 ; Editions Sala- 
bert. 2324 



Tea (The) party; by J. Hullah 
Brown ; percussion band and violin, 
sc. and pts., with pf., and child- 
conductor's sc. © Dec. 14, 1932 ; E 
for. 27575; Joseph Williams, ltd. 

2325 

Tea-time serenade ; song, w Kent L. 
Brown and W. M. Brown, jr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 19, 1933 ; E unp. 66533 ; William 
McMurdo Brown, jr. 2326 

Teardrops ; valse song. © 1 c. Jan. 
9, 1933; E unp. 66305; Stuart L. 



2327 



Tears ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; E 
unp. 66753; Ruby Danks Cadman. 

2328 

Technocracy; song. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 
1933; E unp. 66851; Billy Taylor, 
Herb Walsh and Phil Levant. 

2329 

w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 

1933 ; E unp. 66737 ; Mario Alvarez. 

2330 

Technocracy via the American unit 
way; violin with w. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1933; E unp. 66065; Lu Vern Chi- 
quet. 2331 

Telegraph (The) ; melody Max Stein- 
er. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933; E unp. 
66734 ; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

2332 

Telephone; valse lente, paroles Jean 
Tranchant, m Alfredo De Vita. © 
Dec. 10, 1932; E for. 27374; Edi- 
tions Josephine Baker. 2333 

Tell me; w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
10, 1933; E unp. 66076; Louis Di 
Dio. 2334 

Tell me that it was no dream ; fox- 
trot song. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1933; E 
unp. 65988; Warren M. Morton. 

2335 

Tell me you love me, in the old-fash- 
ioned way; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 25, 1933; E unp. 66786; Ed- 
ward C. Van Cura. 2336 

Temp'ramental (A) star; fox-trot, 
from A kiss in spring, w L. du 
Garde Peach, in Emmerich Kalm&n. 
© Nov. 23, 1932; E for. 27706; 
Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd. 
[Copyright is claimed on changes in 
music by Herbert Griffiths and 
English words]. 2337 

Tender twilight ; by Rob Roy Peery ; 
pf. © Jan. 5, 1933 ; E pub. 34294 ; 
B. F. Wood music co. 2338 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Tennessee for me ; w and m Mike 
Benton, arr. Marcus Bartlett; with 
ukulele arr. Perry Bechtel. © 1 c. 
Jan. 23, 1933 ; E imp. 66689 ; Mitchell 
Mclver Benton. 2339 

Texas blue bell waltz ; by J. T. Mc- 
Caskill: pf. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1933; 
B unp. 66716: Jefferson Thomas 
McCaskill, Sour Lake, Tex. 2340 

Thanksgiving party ; festival march, 
Albert Parker ; violin 1, 2 and pf . 
© Dec. 22, 1932 ; E pub. 34201 ; Carl 
Fischer, inc. 2341 

That dream girl ; song. © Dec. 20, 
1932; E pub. 34426; William H. 
Barnes. 2342 

That dreamy lullaby; © 1 c. Jan. 14, 
1933 ; E unp. 66252 ; David Alphonso 
Penso. 2343 

That face on the barroom floor ; fox- 
trot, w and m Howdy Quicksell ; 
orch. pts. © Nov. 1, 1932; E pub. 
34583 ; Denton & Ha skins music pub. 
co.. inc. 2344 

That farewell kiss ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
10, 1933; E unp. 66288; Dorothea 
Calonni. 2345 

That happy October day ; valse song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 66913 ; 
William Ratzel. 2346 

That junk town of mine ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933; E unp. 
66505; Sam Kavalsky. 2347 

That little dawg o' mine; musical 
monologue, w and m H. M. Burna- 
by, arr. Herbert Townsend; pf. © 
Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 27623; Reyn- 
olds & co. 2348 

That little white cottage and you ; 
valse song. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933; 
E unp. 66914; Georgiana Suess. 

2349 

That lonesome train ; w and melody 
Fleming-Town send. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 
1933; E unp. 66432; Southern mu- 
sic pub. co., inc. 2350 

That night when I found you ; w Eu- 
gene West, m Vincent Sorey ; with 
ukulele arr. © Jan. 15, 1933; E 
pub. 34493 ; Dave Ringle music, inc. 

2351 

That old class book of mine; \v and 
melody Joseph Morley. © 1 c. Jan. 
6, 1933; E unp. 65935; Joseph P. 
Morelli. 2352 



That's all I want to know; w Gus 
Kahn, m J. Fred Coots; with uke- 
lele arr. © Jan. 24, 1933; E pub. 
34488; De Sylva, Brown & Hender- 
son, inc. 2353 

That's certain, she is mine, all mine; 
fox-trot, w and m Leo Rising, Ted 
Carson and Harry Eldon ; with uke- 
lele arr. R. S. Stoddon. © Dec. 20, 
1932; E for. 27698; B. Feldman & 
co. 2354 

That's life; from Walk a little faster, 
w E. Y. Harburg, m Vernon Duke ; 
with ukelele arr. © Jan. 23, 1933 ; 
E pub. 34508 ; Harms, inc. 2355 

That's so very very nice of you ; 
chords, single staff. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1933 : E unp. 66062 ; Frederick H. C. 
Levy. 2356 

That's what I'd like to do ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1933; E unp. 
67060 ; Harry B. Barnhart 3d. 2357 

That's what I'm livin' for ; song. © 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 66028; 
Andrew McAlister. 2358 

That wonderful mother of mine; cho., 
m Sylvester Long Cross. © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 66034; Julius 
Halverson. 2359 

That wonderful night with you ; waltz, 
w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66234; Clarence Rudolph 
Dethloff. 2360 

Thebes sans portes ; excursions, canon, 
m Paul Dupin, of France; choeur a 
3 voix, sans ace. © Dec. 1, 1932; 
E for. 28077; Durand et cie. 2361 

Theme; melody Roy Webb. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 66412 ; Southern 
music pub. co., inc. 2362 

Then you went and changed your 
mind ; w Dorothy Fields, m Jimmy 
McHugh ; with ukelele arr. May 
Singhi Breen. © Jan. 24, 1933; E 
pub. 34487; Mayfair music corp. 

2363 

There ain't much good in a woman ; 
w Tom Kennedy and Dick Sanford, 
m Geo. B. McConnell ; pf. treble. 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933 ; E unp. 67100 ; 
Nattrass-Schenck. inc. 2364 

There grows an elm-tree ; w from 
Book of odes, tr. Arthur Waley, m 
Francis George Scott ; mixed voices. 
© Dec. 27, 1932; E for. 27650; Bay- 
ley & Ferguson. 2365 



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2393 



There is danger in your love ; song, 
w Harold Bud Marshall. © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 65965; J. San- 
born Murphy. 2366 

There is no love like mother's love ; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; 
B unp. 66776; Adeline Michaud. 

2367 

There is springtime in my soul ; w and 
melody Vida Munden Nixon and Vio 
Fosett. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
66418; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

236S 

There'll never be another girl like you ; 
from George White's varieties, w 
and m Cliff Friend and Herb Magid- 
son ; with ukelele arr. © Jan. 23, 
1933; E pub. 34509; Harms, inc. 

2369 

There must be something; from The 
mother of Pearl, or The love child, 
w A. P. Herbert, adapted from Ger- 
man of Alfred Griinwald, m Oscar 
Straus. © Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 
27714 ; Chappell & co., ltd. 2370 

There's a house on a hill ; w Billy 
Moll, melody Joseph Meyer. © 1 c. 
Jan. 17, 1933; E unp. 66399; Irving 
Berlin, inc. 2371 

There's a miss I'm missing; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 
66762; Paul E. Bernard. 2372 

There's a new day of hope comin' 
mighty soon ; w and melody Jack 
Erickson and Bob Miller. © 1 c. 
Jan. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 66726 ; De Syl- 
va, Brown & Henderson, inc. 2373 

There's a ring around my rainbow ; 
w Mort Dixon, m Harry Link ; with 
ukelele arr. © Jan. 27, 1933; E 
pub. 34572; Keit-Engel, inc. 2374 

There's a song that's in my heart for 
you; song. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933; E 
unp. 66068; Marion Lorraine Hairs- 
ton. 2375 

There's April in your voice ; w Fleta 
Jan Brown, m Herbert Spencer. © 
Jan. 23, 1933; E pub. 34506; M. 
Witmark & sons. 2376 

There's nothing left to do but say 
good-bye; fox-trot, w Charles New- 
man, m Isham Jones, arr. Paul 
Weirick; orch. pts., with male trio 
arr. B. Faighes. © Jan. 12, 1933; 
E pub. 34354 ; Leo Feist, inc. 2377 

with ukelele arr. 

E pub. 34284; Leo. 

2378 



© Jan. 5, 1933 
Feist, inc. 



There's nothing to do but love you ; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1933 ; 
E unp. 65867; C. Robert Perkins. 

2379 

They call it love ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; E. unp. 66211; 
William Richard Alvarado. 2380 

They took a part of me, when they 
took you away ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 6, 1933; E unp. 65940; 
Ileata B. Pittman. 2381 

Thiman (Eric H.) Intermezzo ; or- 
gan. © Dec. 28, 1932 ; E for. 27494 ; 
Novello & co.. ltd. 2382 

Think no more, lad; w A. E. Hous- 
man, m Harrison Dowd. © 1 c. 
Jan. 5, 1932; E unp. 65901; Frank 
Harrison Dowd. 2383 

Thinking of you ; w and melody. © 1 
c. Jan. 24, 1933 ; E unp. 66710 ; Zeph 
Fitz-Gerald. 2384 

This I can't forget. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1933 ; E unp. 67010 ; Emery Wade. 

2385 

This is my commandment ; anthem, 
Thomas Tallis, new version of w 
and adaptation of m A. Rains- 
botham ; 5 mixed voices, organ ace. 
© Nov. 17, 1932; E for. 27747; Ox- 
ford univ. press. 2386 

This is our paradise ; song, w Jack 
Mahoney. © Dec. 20, 1932; E pub. 
34265; Paul Hunter. 2387 

This is the end; w and m Dony Fer- 
gusson. © 1 c. Jan. 23. 1933; E 
unp. 66625; Donald Malcolm Fer- 
gusson. 2388 

Tho' you are gone ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933 ; E unp. 66996 : 
Lena A. Tomlinson. 2389 

Thoroughfares ; by Hugo Friedhofer ; 
pf . conductor. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66980 ; Movietone music corp. 

2390 

Though the world seems topsy turvey ; 
w Cora C. Jackson, and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 28, 1933; E unp. 66963: 
William Griffith Jackson. 2391 

Though we're worlds apart : song. arr. 
Hazel Strautman. © 1 c. Jan. 20. 
1933; E unp. 66572; Isobel Holmes 
Betty. 2392 

Threads of happiness ; w Al. Pianta- 
dosi, melody Jack Glogau. © 1 c. 
Jan. 26, 1933: E unp. 66S22; Irving 
Berlin, inc. 2393 



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pt. iii, n. s., v. 28 




Three square meals a day; song. © 
1 c. Jan. 7, 1933; E imp. 65982; Rex 
Welter. Murray Rumshinsky. Mack 
Swift and Hi Alexander. 2394 

Three wishes : from Good companions, 
\v Douglas Furber, m George Pos- 
ford; with ukulele arr. © Jan. 23, 
1933; E for. 27964: Keith, Prowse 
& co.. ltd. 2395 

Through all the year ; m W. J. Marsh ; 
sop. 1. 2, and alto. © May 23. 
1933; E pub. 34580; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co. 2396 

Through the looking glass ; by E. 
Markham Lee; pf. duets. © Nov. 
17, 1932 ; E for. 27769 ; Oxford univ. 
press. 2397 

by J. Hullah Brown; percussion 

band and violin, sc. and pts.. with 
pf., and child-conductor's sc. © Dec. 
14. 1932; E for. 27570; Joseph 
Williams, ltd. 2398 

Throw a little salt on the blue bird's 
tail ; from Handle with care, w Leo 
Robin, m Richard A. Whiting; with 
ukulele arr. © Dec. 30, 1932; E 
pub. 34070 ; Movietone music Corp. 

2399 

Thru' with my man ; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1933; E unp. 67009; Ma- 
tilda Curtiss. 2400 

Thy sweet voice ; song, m Charles 
Lagourgue, op. 52, no. 3., with vio- 
lin, flute or cello obbl. add lib. © 1 
<\ Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65810; Ro- 
land Roderick Rains. 2401 

Thy wondrous love ; song, w Jean 
Cronin. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933 ; E unp. 
66061 ; Mary Louise Nicol. 2402 

Ti voglio bene ; paso-doble, versi Pep- 
pino Mendes, m Mario Mariotti ; pf. 
© Dec. 1, 1932; E for. 27558; A. & 
G. Carisch & c. 2403 

Till the .journey's end; w Charlie To- 
bias, m Joe Burke; pf. treble. © 1 
c. Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 66060; Joe 
Morris music co. 2404 

Time ami again; w and m Mike Ben- 
ton, arr. Marcus Bartlett; with uku- 
lele arr. Perry Bechtel. © 1 c. Jan. 
23. 1933: E imp. (56690; Mitchell Mc- 



[ver Benton. 



2405 



Time lesson ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 11. 
1983; E unp. 66127; Clvde R. Jus- 
tice. 2406 



Tin (The) can age; song, m C. L. 
Hornstein. © Jan. 28. 1933 ; E pub. 
3456S: George Stathis. 2407 

Tinker's fires ; 2-pt. song, w Thora 
Stowell, m Harry Brook. © Dec. 
8, 1932: E for. 27756; Oxford univ. 
press. 2408 

Tio Chupito ; paso-doble. A. TJrmeneta ; 
orch. ptes. © Oct. 22, 1932; E for. 
27365; Hermann Haberer Helasco. 

2409 

Tir na n-og ; opera, Welsh and Eng- 
lish libretti, T. Gwynn Jones, m 
David De Lloyd ; voice pts. in sol-fa 
notations. © Nov. 10, 1932; E for. 
27761 ; Oxford univ. press. 2410 

To a mocking bird : song. © Jan. 23, 
1933; E pub. 34560; Viola B. Dan- 
ley. 2411 

To Edith: violin and pf. © Jan. 4, 
1933; E pub. 34152; John A. Wii- 
liamette. 2412 

To meadows; w Robert Herrick, m 
Eric H. Thiman : sop. 1, 2 and alto. 
© Jan. 12. 1933; E for. 27973; Jo- 
seph Williams, ltd. 2413 

To thee ; words and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 5, 1933; E unp. 65919; Diane 
Musiker and John Hewins Kern. 

2414 

To what can I liken her smiling ; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933: E unp. 65828; 
Frances Kleinhans. 2415 

To you at twilight ; w and m Helen 
Matthews. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 1932; 
E unp. 65995 ; Helen Matthews de 
Lashmutt, i. e. Mrs. John M. de 
Lashmutt. 2416 

Toasts ; written and composed Leslie 
Sarony ; with ukulele arr. © Dec. 
6, 1932; E for. 27692; Huntley 
Trevor music co., ltd. 2417 

Today is the day; fox trot song. © 
1 c. Jan. 18, 1933; E unp. 66929; 
Louis Tokach. 2418 

Toilers (The) ; ode to labor, theme, 
lyric, setting and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 9. 1933 ; E unp. 66057 ; Anthony 
R. Morelli. 2419 

Tommy out East; musical monolgue, 
w Alan Sanders, m Henry Geehl ; pf. 
© Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 27621 ; Rey- 
nolds & co. 2420 

Ton regard ; tango, paroles E. Re- 
cagno. in Roger Dumas; avec accord 
de 1'ukulele. © Oct. 1, 1932 ; E for. 
27437; Editions Salabert. 2421 



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2450 



To-night may never come again; from 
Melody, w Irving Caesar, m Sig- 
mund Romberg; with ukulele arr. 
© Dec. 30, 1932; E pub. 34091; 
Harms, inc. 2422 

Tony's wife;w Harold Adamson, mel- 
ody Burton Lane. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1933; E unp. 65915; Irving Berlin, 
inc. 2423 

Too good to be true; from Ballyhoo, 
w Robert Nesbitt, m William 
Walker; with ukulele arr. © Jan. 
3, 1933 ; E for. 27508 ; Keith, Prowse 
& co., ltd. 2424 

Too soon; w J. M. Katzenbogen, mel- 
ody G. Fera. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67056; Jack M. Katzenbogen 
and George Fera. 2425 

Toothache ; song, m Arnold New ; pf . 
conductor. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933; 
E unp. 67067; Blanche Merrill. 

2426 

Totor t'as tort; fox-trot, de Embraz- 
zez-moi, paroles Jean Boyer, m Rene 
Mercier ; avec accord de l'ukulele. 
© Nov. 1, 1932; E for. 27875; Edi- 
tions Salabert. 2427 

Tout l'pays l'a su; chanson, paroles 
Ch. L. Pothier. © Dec. 1, 1932; 
E for. 28039; Ch. Borel-Clerc. 

2428 

Tout pour le marin ; chanson, paroles 
Georges Turpin. © Oct. 1, 1932; 
E for. 27463 ; Pierre Arezzo. 2429 

Tout pres de l'eau ; air populaire russe, 
harmonise Rose Carnaz; guit. ha- 
waienne. © Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 
27433 ; Henry Lemoine et cie. 2430 

Toward the dawn ; w and m * Dave 
Ringle and Jess Jaffey ; with ukulele 
arr. © Jan. 15, 1933 ; E pub. 34494 ; 
Dave Ringle music, inc. 2431 

Toy (A) symphony on American airs; 
arr. Heller Nicholls ; voices and toy 
instruments with pf. and strings. 
Sc. and pts. © July 28, 1932 ; E for. 
27737 ; Oxford univ. press. 2432 

Toymaker's (The) dream; by Ernie 
Golden, arr. Freeman High. 1. Sop. 
1, 2 and alto. — 2. Sop., alto and 
bass. — 3. Ten. bar., or 2d ten., and 
bass. — 4. Sop. and alto or ten. 
and bar. — 5. Mixed voices. © Jan. 
26, 1933; E pub. 34521-34525; Ed- 
ward B. Marks music corp. 

2433-2437 



Train (The) ; melody Max Steiner. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 66462; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 2438 

Transgression ; melody Max Steiner. 
© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1933; E unp. 66469; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 2439 

Travelling along; 2d bk. of technical 
and transposing exercises, M. 
Mungo-Park; pf. © Jan. 12, 1933; 
E for. 28024 ; Forsyth bros., ltd. 

2440 

Tree (A) was a tree; w Mack Gordon, 
m Harry Revel; with ukulele arr. 
© Jan. 27, 1933; E pub. 34542; De 
Sylva, Brown & Henderson, inc. 

2441 

w Mack Gordon, melody Harry 

Revel. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 
65975; De Sylva, Brown & Hender- 
son, inc. 2442 

Tricot (Le) d'Anitou ; bluette villa- 
geoise Suzette Desty, m Robert 
Pizani. © July 1, 1932; E for. 
27381 ; Editions Salabert. 2443 

Trinity; w Minny M. H. Ayres, m 
Mortimer Browning; mecl. voice, 
with organ ace. © Dec. 28, 1932; 
E pub. 34061 ; H. W. Gray co. 2444 

Trio ; by Cyril Bradley Rootham ; 
violin, cello and pf. Sc. and pts. 
© Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 27767; 
Oxford univ. press. 2445 

Trio en forme de suite; de Georges 
Dandelot; violon, violoncelle et pf. 
© Dec. 1, 1932 ; E for. 28068 ; Henry 
Lemoine et cie. 2446 

Troisieme etude orientale ; en quartes, 
Theodore-Szanto ; pf. © Sept. 1, 
1932: E for. 27671; Editions Sala- 
bert. 2447 

Tropical love song; w Roy Turk, m 
Don Bestor. © Jan. 23, 1933 ; E pub. 
34552; De Sylva, Brown & Hender- 
son, inc. 244S 

w Roy Turk, melody Don Bestor. 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65842; 
De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, inc. 

2449 

Tropical South Sea isle; w and m Wm. 
B. Friedlander; with ukulele arr. 
and arrs. for Hawaiian steel guit. 
and Spanish guit. ace. Roy Smeck. 
© Jan. 12, 1933 : E pub. 34350 ; Ed- 
ward B. Marks music corp. 2450 

True (Le) du br£silien ; tango, dans le 
film, paroles Pierre Bayle, m Mir- 
eille: avec accord de l'ukulele. © 



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True (Le) du bresilien — Continued. 
Nov. 1, 1932 : E for. 27851 ; Editions 
Salabert. 2451 

Truth absolute ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1933; E unp. 67026; Mary Hughes 
Patterson. 2452 

Try make this a glad world ; pf. treble 
with w. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1933; E 
unp. 66854; John Duhig. 2453 

Try to forget; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 6, 1933; E unp. 65950; Gladys 
Gleason. 2454 

Tryin' to forget you; song, m Wesley 
Robinson. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1933; E 
unp. 66039 ; Jess Holbert. 2455 

Trying to forget you; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933 ; E unp. 67087 ; 
Catherine Martin Egan. 2456 

Tschaikowsky (Peter Iljitch) Rus- 
sian dance; op. 40, arr. and ed. Er- 
nest Read ; percussion band, sc. and 
pts., with pf., and child-conductor's 
sc. © Dec. 14, 1932; E for. 27563; 
Joseph Williams, ltd. 2457 

Tu demandes pourquoi ; melodie, pa- 
roles Hugues Delorme, m Louis 
Beydts. © Dec. 1, 1932; E for. 
28056; Societe anonyme frangaise 
Chappell. 2458 

Tu me plais ; valse, dans Sex appeal, 
Paris, 1932 ; paroles Leo Lelievre, 
Henri Varna et Paul Fournier, m 
Raoul Moretti ; avec accord de l'uku- 
lele. © Sept. 1, 1932 ; E for. 27681 ; 
Editions Salabert. 2459 

Tulipe (La) noire; fantaisie, Tiarko 
Richepin, arr. Maurice Bellecour ; 
orch. ptes. © Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 
27394; Choudens. 2460 

Turn the rainbow colors from the in- 
side out; m Burrell Van Buren ; pf. 
with w. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; E 
unp. 66277; Mame Cole Andrews. 

2461 

Turquerie ; de Ma femme homme d'af- 
faires, Selney-Salabert ; pf. © Nov. 
1, 1932 ; E for. 27848 ; Editions Sala- 
bert. 2462 

Tutt' 'e rrose; versi e m Mario San- 
sanelli. © Dec. 31, 1932; E for. 
28029; Casa editrice F. Bideri. 

2463 

Twenty million people; from Hello 
everybody, w Sam Coslow, m Arthur 
Johnston : with ukulele arr. © Dec. 
24. 1032: E pub. 34301; Famous mu- 
sic corp. 2464 



Twenty one years : w and m Bob 
Miller, diagram arr. for Hawaiian 
steel guit. Harry G. Stanley and 
Geo. A. Bronson. © Dec. 30, 1932; 
E pub. 34241 ; Mills music, inc. 2465 

Twilight memories; song, w Bill 
Friend ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1933: E unp. 67021; Eliza- 
beth LeGrand. 2466 

Twilight menrries bring me dreams of 
you ; waltz, w Hazel E. Carter, m 
Lon Healy, orch. W. A. Quincke ; pts. 
© Jan. 3, 1933 : E pub. 34547 ; Wal- 
ter A. Quincke. 2467 

Twilight (A) reverie; by Stanford 
Clark, op. 25; pf. © Jan. 5, 1933; 
E pub. 34296 ; B. F. Wood music co. 

2468 

Twilight's shadows; fox-trot song. © 
1 c. Jan. 17. 1933; E unp. 66915; 
Viva K. Sells. 2469 

Twit, twit, twit, twit ; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1933; E unp. 67025; Mary 
Hughes Patterson. 2470 

Two alone on love's vast sea ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; E 
unp. 67007: Ethel Reva Winnick. 

2471 

Two feet in two four time; from Mu- 
sic hall varieties, w Irving Caesar, 
m Harold Arlen ; with ukulele arr. 
© Dec. 30, 1932; E pub. 34081; 
Harms, inc. 2472 

Two in a bar : w Douglas Furber, m 
Jean Gilbert: with ukulele arr. © 
Nov. 9, 1932 ; E for. 27788 : Francis, 
Day & Hunter, ltd. 2473 

Two little melodies ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
7, 1933 ; E unp. 65990 ; Russell Lloyd 
Jones. 2474 

Typhoon (The) : by Richard Howgill; 
orch, pts. © Dec. 20, 1932; E for. 
27583: Hawkes & son (London) ltd. 

2475 

tber den dachern von Berlin ; marsch, 
aus Berlin-Alexanderplatz, w Erik 
Ernst, m Allan Gray. arr. Walter 
Borchert: orch. stimmen. © Oct. 8. 
1931 ; E for. 28162 : Wiener boheme- 
verlag, G. m. b. H. 2476 

6/8 marsch, w Erik Ernst [and] 

Liebe kommt-liebe geht ; English- 
waltz, w Hans Wilhelm : aus Berlin- 
Alexanderplatz, m Allan Gray, 
klavier-arr. Walter Borchert. © 
Oct. 8, 1931: E for. 28154: Wiener 
hoheme-verlag, G. m. b. H. 2477 



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2504 



Ugo ; one-step, versi Luciano Ramo, m 
Mario Mariotti [and] Per me — per 
te; fox-trot, versi Marf, m Pete 
Rizza : orch. Virgilio Ripa ; piccola 
orch. parti. © Nov. 20, 1932; E for. 
27552 ; A. & G. Carisch & c. 2478 

Umgekehrt; w Johann Wolfgang von 
Goethe, m Erwin Lendvai, op. 70, nr. 
2; mannerchor ohne begl. Partitur. 
© Nov. 21, 1930 ; E for. 27908 ; Gebr. 
Hug & co. 2479 

Uncle Joe's music store ; w and m 
Phil Baxter; with ukulele arr. © 
Jan. 25, 1933 ; E pub. 34476 ; Olman 
music corp. 2480 

Under my umbrella ; w and m Charles 
O'Flynn, George W. Meyer and Pete 
Wendling; with ukulele arr. © 
Jan. 3, 1933 ; E pub. 34099 ; M. Wit- 
mark & sons. 2481 

Under the lilac shade; song, melody 
Stan Tucker. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66831 ; Eric V. Grange. 2482 

Under the old pine tree; valse song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 66916 ; 
Lewis C. King. 2483 

Under the silvery moon ; 1st violin 
with w. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; E 
unp. 66788; F. S. Hendricks. 2484 

Under the table; unison, w Maria 
Dundonald, m Cyril Winn. © Dec. 
30, 1932 ; E for. 27599 ; W. Paxton & 
co., ltd. 2485 

Underneath a starlit sky ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933 ; E unp. 
65939 ; Francis R. Wolfe. 2486 

Unfair to me; song, m Benny Madi- 
son. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933; E unp. 
66620; Lawrence Bias. 2487 

Unforgotten dreams; by Caroline H. 
Crawford, op. 14; pf. © Jan. 5, 
1933; E pub. 34293; B. F. Wood 
music co. 2488 

Unlucky me; w and melody Fleming- 
Townsend. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E 
unp. 66433 ; Southern music pub. co., 
inc. 2489 

Unrest; by R. H. Bassett; pf. -conduc- 
tor. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1933; E unp. 
66149; Movietone music corp. 2490 

Unrest no. 2; by P. Brunelli ; pf. con- 
ductor. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933; E 
unp. 66974; Movietone music corp. 

2491 



Up in Harlem town ; w and melody 
Sylvan Green. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66339; Frank J. Small. 

2492 

Up the street; march, w and m R. G. 
Morse, arr. H. L. Harts; male 
voices. © Jan. 18, 1933; E pub. 
34470; White-Smith music pub. co. 

2493 

Ursula paraphrase; melody Max 
Steiner. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
66463 ; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

2494 

Vagary ; by Ed Farley. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 
1933; E unp. 64433; Edward Louis 
Farley. 2495 

Vale of song; waltz, Walter Rolfe, 2d 
pf. pt. arr. Preston Ware Orem ; pf. 
1 and 2. © Dec. 30, 1932; E pub. 
34319; Clayton F. Summy co. 2496 

Valleys (The) of dream; w Fiona 
Macleod, m Percy E. Fletcher, arr. 
H. A. Chambers ; sop. 1. 2. © Jan. 
24, 1933 ; E for. 27987 ; Novello & Co., 
ltd. 2497 

Vals espanol; Spanish concert waltz, 
by Alberto Jonas, op. 21, no. 4 ; pf. 
© Dec. 9, 1932; E pub. 34210; Carl 
Fischer, inc. 2498 

Valse bleue; by Alfred Margis, arr. 
Zarh M. Bickford ; Hawaiian guit. 
solo and 2d Hawaiian guit. obbl., 
with pf. ace. © Dec. 31, 1932; E 
pub. 34027 ; Fred Heltman co. 2499 

Valse (La) derniere; by George Lip- 
schultz, arr. William Spielter ; pf. 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 66977 ; 
Movietone music corp. 2500 

Valse fantaisiste ; violin and pf . © 
Jan. 7, 1933; E pub. 34307; Julia 
Klumpkey. 2501 

Valse grecque ; by Carl Wilhelm Kern, 
op. 678, no. 1, ed. Rudolph Magin ; 
violin, 1st position, and pf. © Dec. 
30, 1932; E pub. 34104; Theodore 
Presser co. 2502 

Valse melodieuse; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 
1933; E unp. 65768; Howard Field 
Fassett. 2503 

Valse miniature; de Freddy Lorac; 
orch. ptes. © Dec. 1, 1932; E for. 
28049; Editions musicales Euterpsy. 

2504 

Valse pathStique; English version. 
from A. Fet, and choral transcrip- 
tion A. Walter Kramer of the m of 
Anton Arensky, op. 49, no. 5 ; sop. 



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Valse pathetique — Continued. 
1. 2, alto, violin, 'cello and pf. © 
Dec. 31. 1932 ; E pub. 34074 ; M. Wit- 
mark & sons. 2505 

Valse poetique ; by Harold Wans- 
borough, bowed and fingered J. 
Blazek; violin; pf. ace. © Dec. 30. 
1932; E pub. 34123; MeKinley mu- 
sic co. 2506 

Valses; valse de la Vie athenienne, 
paroles Andre de Badet, m Alfonso 
Broqua. © Dec. 1, 1932; E for. 
28041; Smyth. 2507 

Vantisha ; w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1933 ; E unp. 67084 ; Ted Thanet. 

2508 

Variationen ; von Alexander Spitz- 
muller-Harmersbach, op. 3 ; pf . © 
Oct. 28, 1932 ; E for. 27956 ; Univer- 
sal edition, a. g. 2509 

Ven mi Nena ; cancion, letra Enrique 
Medina. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1933; E 
unp. 66203 ; Jorge Arce. 2510 

Venetian love song; English, Mar- 
jorie Harper, Spanish and m J. 
Serrano, m arr. J. Rosamond John- 
son. © Jan. 10, 1933 ; E pub. 34313 ; 
Edward B. Marks music corp. 2511 

Veono miponecho evroch : from 
Psalms, song, arr. Alexander Al- 
shanetsky. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1933 : E 
unp. 66837; Lipa Feingold. 2512 

Verdi memories ; by Hermann Worch ; 
orch pts. © Dec. 16, 1932; E for. 
27667; Bosworth & co., ltd. 2513 

Veredita de mi tierra ; canci6n mexi- 
cana, letra y m Gonzalo Curiel. © 
Aug. 1, 1932; E for 27937; A. Wag- 
ner y Levien sues., s. en c. 2514 

Vers ta fenetre ; barcarolle, paroles 
Ch. L. Pothier et Andre Hugon, m 
Raoul Moretti ; avec accord de 
l'ukulele. © Oct, 1, 1932; E for. 
27445; Editions Salabert. 2515 

Vesper bells: w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 25, 1933: E unp. 66765; Mabel 
Kenady Brune. 2516 

Vi is yosher : w M. Rund, melody 
Yacob Rapaport. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 
1933; E unp. 66551; Jacob Rapa- 
port and Morris Rund. 2517 

Viata a buie ; vers! Libero Bovio, m 
Ernesto De Curtis. © Dec. 25, 
1932: E for. 27546; Societa anoni- 
ma Suvini-Zerboni. 2518 



Vice; w and m W. Scott and J. L. 
Robinson. © Dec. 14, 1932; E for. 
27965 ; John E. Dallas & sons, ltd. 

2519 

Vida (Una) por otra ; vals, de la peli- 
cula, letra Checo Lopez y Ocampo, 
m Manuel Sereijo. © Dec. 16, 1932 ; 
E for. 27894 ; Southern music pub. 
co., inc. 2520 

Vidas cruzadas ; fox-cancion, letra y 
m Beatriz de Emparan. © Oct. 15, 
1932; E for. 27932; A Wagner y 
Levien sues., s. en c. 2521 

Vie (La) d'artiste ; valse, Johann 
Strauss, arr. Julien Porret; orch. et 
jazz ptes. © Nov. 1, 1932; E for. 
27838; Heugel. 2522 

Viertelstunde (Eine) spanisch ; tango, 
w Hans Pflanzer, m Jerry Wiga u. 
Winston, arr. H. Schindler; orch. 
stimmen. © Apr. 22, 1932; E for. 
28127; Wiener boheme-verlag, G. m. 
b. H. 2523 

klavier arr. von H. 

Schindler. © Apr. 22. 1932; 1 c. 
June 20; E for. 28133; Wiener bo- 
heme-verlag. G. m. b. H., Berlin. 

2524 

Violets; song, w Elise Juillerat. © 

1 c. Jan. 16, 1933; E unp. 66326; 
Alexis Leonidas Browne. 2525 

Violins : violin 1, 2 and pf. with w. 
© 1 c. Jan. 16. 1933 ; E unp. 66307 ; 
Lois Wills Stanton. 2526 

Virginia : chanson Creole, paroles Fer- 
nand Beissier, m Richard Barthele- 
my. © Dec. 12. 1932 ; E for. 27647 ; 
Societe anonyme des editions Ri- 
cordi. 2527 

waltz, w and m John P. Scott and 

Dorothy E. Borchers. © Dec. 3, 
1932; E pub. 34355: Walter A. 
Quincke. 2528 

Virgin's (The) slumber song; by 
Garth Edmundson ; organ. © Dec. 
28, 1932 ; E pub. 34065 ; H. W. Gray 
co. 2529 

Visit (A) from Santa; Yuletide fancy, 
Maxwell Eckstein : pf . © Dec. 29, 
1932: E pub. 34197; Carl Fischer, 
inc. 2530 

Vitrail an clair de lune; parabole des 

2 reflets, canon, m Paul Dupin ; 
chceur a 4 voix. sans ace. © Dec. 
1 , 1932 ; E for. 28073 ; Durant et cie. 

2531 



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2557 



Voce d' oro; barcarola, versi Emilio 
Gatti, m Mario Sansanelli ; pf. © 
Dec. 31, 1932; E for. 28030; Casa 
Editrice F. Bideri. 2532 

Voice (The) of God's ; w and m Robert 
Edwin Phillips ; med. voice. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1933 ; E imp. 66235 ; Robert 
E. Phillips. 2533 

Voice (The) of youth; pageant for 
Children's day, Marie Irish, with 
w C. M. Maitland and others, m J. 
Michael Haydn, George N. Allen 
and others. © Sept. 25, 1932; AA 
114113; David C. Cook pub. co. 

2534 

Voici la douce nuit de mai; texte 
du 15 e siecle, auteur inconnu, m 
Jean Duperier; choeur pour voix 
d'hommes, sans ace. © Oct. 1, 1932 ; 
E for. 27402 ; Henry Lemoine et cie. 

2535 

Von Schanghai bis Helgoland ; matro- 
sen-marsch, text Gtinther Bibo u. 
Peter Klaus, m Karl Buchholz u. 
Herbert Bergmann. © Sept. 25, 
1932; E for. 27803; Crescendo thea- 
terverlag, G. in. b. H. 2536 

salon orch. stim- 



men. © Sept. 25, 1932; E for. 
27801 ; Crescendo theaterverlag, G.m. 
b.H. 2537 

Vorspruch ; w Johann Wolfgang von 
Goethe, m Erwin Lendvai, op. 70, 
nr. 1; mannerchor ohne begl. Parti- 
tur. © Nov. 21, 1930 ; E for. 27907 ; 
Gebr. Hug & co. 2538 

Vous n'savez pas madame ; slow fox- 
trot, dans Le true du bresilien, pa- 
roles Mauricet et Pierre Bayle, m 
Mireille; avec accord de l'ukulele. 
© Nov. 1, 1932; E for. 27853; Edi- 
tions Salabert. 2539 

Voyageurs (Les) ; march of the 40 and 
8, L. H. McQueston; band pts. © 
Dec. 19, 1932; E pub. 34186; Carl 
Fischer, inc. 2540 

Vystavni polka ; arr. Andrew Grill ; 
orch. pts. © Jan. 3, 1933; E pub. 
34455; Joseph Jiran. 2541 

Wabash cannonball ; w and melody 
A. P. Carter. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; 
E unp. 66477 ; Southern music pub. 
co., inc. 2542 

Wagner (Richard) Pilgrim's chorus ; 
arr. A. B. Cintura ; Spanish guit. 
© Dec. 31, 1932; E pub. 34017; 
Fred Heltman co. 2543 



Rienzi; overture, arr. Victor Gra- 

bel; band pts. © Jan. 5, 1933; E 
pub. 34450; C. L. Barnhouse, inc. 

2544 

The spinning chorus; 2-pt. song 

from The flying Dutchman, arr. H. 
A. Chambers; sop. 1, 2. © Jan. 24, 
1933; E for. 27994; Novello & co., 
ltd. 2545 

The story of Lohengrin ; retold 

and arr. with 21 motives from Wag- 
ner's opera and 4 easy pf. transcrip- 
tions, Angela Diller. © Dec. 8, 
1932; AA 111307; G. Schirmer, inc. 

2546 

Wait until the -sun shines thru' ; w 
and melody Ernie Burnett. © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 66043; Ernest 
Marco Burnett. 2547 

Waiting for love ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 24, 1933; E unp. 67059; 
Harry B. Barnhart, 3d. 2548 

Waiting for the night; tango, Grete 
Wilens; orch. pts. © Dec. 6, 1932; 
E for. 27643; G. Ricordi & co. (Lon- 
don) ltd. 2549 

— — W. M. Venniker, m Grete Wilens, 
© Dec. 6, 1932; E for. 27645; G. 
Ricordi & co. (London) ltd. 2550 

Wake me ; melody with pf. ace. © 1 c. 
Jan. 28, 1933; E unp. 66939; Carl 
Chrysler Austin, jr. 2551 

Wake up America ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 16, 1933; E unp. 66350; 
Ed. Edwards. 2552 

Walking with the Pekinese ; w Jimmy 
Van Loon and Donald R. Whittaker, 
m Jimmy Van Loon. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1933; E unp. 66724; James H. Van 
Loon, jr. 2553 

Waltz in D ; pf . © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66641 ; Arthur Dwight Allen. 

2554 

Waltz in G ; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66642; Arthur Dwight Allen. 

2555 

Waltz (A) made for you; Viennese 
waltz song ; with ukelele arr. © 
Jan. 14, 1933; E pub. 34359; F. 
Montrose. . 2556 

Waltz of remembrance ; w John P. 
Long, m Reg. Morgan ; with ukulele 
arr. © Dec. 30, 1932; E for. 27664; 
Francis, Day & Hunter, ltd. 2557 



161050—33- 



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Waltz of the mudturtles ; by Fred C. 
Stoutenburg, arr. Will D. Moyer ; 
guit. © Dec. 31, 1932 ; E pub. 34023 : 
Fred Heltman co. 255S 

Waltzers (The) : intermezzo, Herbert 
Brandvig, op. 9, uo. 1 ; violin, 1st 
position, with pf. ace. © Dec. 5. 
1932; E pub. 34191; Carl Fischer, 
inc. 2559 

Waltzing in the Carolines; w Joe 
Young, melody Carmen Lombardo. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65824; 
Leo Feist, inc. 2560 

Wanderer ; w and m Flanagan and 
Allen ; with ukulele arr. © Dec. 12, 
1932: E for. 27662; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, ltd. 2561 

Wandering in the starlight ; song, m 
Mary Roberts, Virginia Lilenquist 
and L. P. Roberts ; with ukelele arr. 
© Dec. 1, 1932 ; E pub. 34462 : L. P. 
Roberts. 2562 

Wandering through the meadows; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933: 
E imp. 66583; William Eberhardt, 
jr. 2563 

Wanderlust ; song, m Sylvester Long 
Cross. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 
66024 ; Maud La Veine. 2564 

Wang (The) wang blues ; w Leo Wood, 
m Mueller, Johnson and Busse, arr. 
Will D. Moyer ; Hawaiian guit. solo, 
notation and diagram. © Dec. 31, 
1932; E pub. 34282; Leo. Feist, inc. 

2565 

War-horse (The) ; pt.-song, w from 
the Bible, m Herman Brearley : 
men's voices. © Dec. 15, 1932; E 
for. 27775 ; Edwin Ashdown. ltd. 

2566 

Ward (Vera) Twelve miniatures for 
little folks; pf. with w. © 1 c. 
Jan. 20, 1933; E unp. 66575 ; Vera 
Ward. 2567 

Was it you there in my arms; bolero, 
w and in Val Burton and Will 
Jason. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 
66565; Movietone music corp. 2568 

Was it your eyes, was it your smile; 
song, w F. Cornilliac. © 1 c. Jan. 
21, 1933; E unp. 66607; Walter Del- 
lers and Felix Cornilliac. 2569 

W;is last oighl the Inst night; w Wal- 
u r Hirsch, m Al Goering and Ben 
Bernie; with ukulele arr. © Jan. 
27, 1933; B pub. 34543: De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc. 2570 



Was niitzt mir denn die allerschonste 
landschaft ; foxtrot aus Man braucht 
kein geld, text Giinther Bibo u. Willy 
Rosen, m Willy Rosen, spezial-arr. 
Karl Buchholz ; salon orch. stim- 
nien. © Aug. 21, 1932; E for. 
27796 ; Crescendo theaterverlag, 
G. m. b. H. 2571 

Washington, city of dreams ; song. © 
1 c. Jan. 5, 1933; E unp. 65912; 
Daniel C. Beattie. 2572 

Wasn't the depression awful ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1933; E 
unp. 66847 ; Herbert Mark Neustadt, 
jr. 2573 

Wassail song ; Gloucestershire carol, w 
anon., m arr. Katherine K. Davis; 
unison and mixed cho. © Dec. 29, 
1932 ; E pub. 34264 ; E. C. Schirmer 
music co. 2574 

Wasting my tears crying over you; 
pf. with w. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1933; 
E unp. 66071; Alfred Lowis Smith. 

2575 

Watchet (The) sailor: ed. and arr. 
W. H. Reed ; violin and pf. © Oct. 
13, 1932 ; E for. 27728 ; Oxford univ. 
press. 2576 

Water roses; by Carl Wilhelm Kern, 
op. 678, no. 6, ed. Rudolph Magin ; 
violin and pf. © Dec. 30, 1932; E 
pub. 34109; Theodore Presser co. 

2577 

Way down in Georgia ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 66320 ; 
W. R. Calaway. 2578 

Way (The) of peace; hymn, m Adger 
M. Pace. © Dec. 14, 1932; E pub. 
34431; Laben M. Huff. 2579 

We love and learn : w and m Fay 
Keith. © Jan. 3, 1933 ; E pub. 34251 ; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc. 2580 

We're a great big family ; w and m 
Leo Towers and Harry Leon; with 
ukulele arr. © Dec. 12, 1932; E 
for. 27663; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
ltd. 2581 

We're the boys from I. O. U. ; w Bud 
Green and Moe Jaffe, m Clay Bo- 
land and Scrappy Lambert; with 
Ukulele arr. © Jan. 4. 1933; E pub. 
34154 ; Green & White, inc. 2582 

We will keep you from growing old; 
w and in Sylvan Green; pf. treble. 
© 1 c. Jan. 16. 1933; E unp. 66342; 
Frank J. Small. 2583 



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Wear a big broad smile ; song. © Nov. 
2, 1932; E pub. 34360'; Charles B. 
Weston. 2584 

Wear a great big smile ; song, melody 
Josephine Bose. © 1 e. Jan. 19, 
1933 ; E unp. 66523 ; Philip Gross. 

2585 

Wearing a rose for you; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; E unp. 
Linda Frost Sheddan. 2586 

Weather (The) was to blame; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 60589 ; 
Lawrence Hubert Kortum. 2587 

Wedding of the fairies-waltzes; by 
Chas. L. Johnson, arr. Henry S. Saw- 
yer, bowed and fingered Frank J. 
Blazek ; violin with pf. ace. © Dec. 
30, 1932; E pub. 34136; McKinley 
music co. 2588 

Wee folk ; 20 short piano pieces for 

J style and rhythm. © Oct. 1, 1930; 

AA 111940 ; Berniece Rose Copeland. 

2589' 

Welcome ; w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 
6, 1933; E unp. 65945; Lee Schem- 
bri. 2590 

Well done my lad, well done ; w 
Charles Newman and Johnny Burke, 
m Jimmie Monaco. © Dec. 30, 1932 ; 
E pub, 34216; De Sylva, Brown & 
Henderson, inc. 2591 

Wen tate mame fehlt ; w and m David 
Meyerowitz, arr. J. Kammen. © 
Apr. 30', 1932; E pub. 34049; Jack 
Kammen and Joseph Kammen. 

2592 

Wenn du liebst ; English waltz aus 
Grock, text Fritz Rotter, m Grock, 
klavier arr. A. Guttmann. © Mar. 
20, 1931; E for. 28093; Wiener bo- 
heme-verlag, Otto Hein. 2593 

Wenn wir uns spater einst wieder- 
seh'n; English waltz, w Carl Behr 
u. Harry Ralton, m H. Ralton, kla- 
vier-arr. Walter Borchert. © Feb. 
23, 1932; E for. 28113; Wiener bo- 
heme verlag, G. m. b. H. 2594 

spezial-arr. Walter 

Borchert; orch. stimmen. © Feb. 
23, 1932 ; E for. 28161 ; Wiener bo- 
heme-verlag, G. m. b. H. 2595 

Wer nimmt die liebe ernst; English 
waltz, aus dem tonfilm, w Fritz Rot- 
ter, m Wilhelm Grosz, spezial-arr. 
Walter Borchert; orch. stimmen. 
© July 30, 1931; E for. 28143; 
Wiener boheme-verlag, G. m. b. H. 

2596 



schlager aus dem tonfilm, w Fritz 

Rotter, m Wilhelm Grosz. © July 
30, 1931; E for. 28148; Wiener bo- 
heme-verlag. 2597 

West of the Great Western Divide; 
waltz ballad, melody Will Livernash. 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1933 ;' E unp. 66700 ; 
Elinor Nell Murray. 2598 

West (The) wind blew in the wind- 
mill's face; fox-trot, w Ray Egan, 
m Al Goodhart and Al Hoffman; 
with ukulele arr. © Jan. 5, 1933; 
E pub. 34283 ; Leo Feist, inc. 2599 

What a man was old Andy; w and m 
Al Dobie. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1933; E 
unp. 66098 ; Alex Dobieski. 2600 

What a price to pay for love; w and 
m Abner Silver, Milton Drake and 
Walter Kent ; with ukulele arr. © 
Jan. 3, 1933; E pub. 34337; Mort 
Beck music co. 2601 

What can I do about it now that my 
man is gone; pf. with w. © 1 c. 
Jan. 5, 1933; E unp. 65904; Charles 
Faso and Lawrence Berger. 2602 

What can I do with my heart; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1933; E 
unp. 66567 ; Pearl Fein. 2603 

What can lambkins do ; 2-pt. song, w 
Christina Rossetti, m S Coleridge- 
Taylor, arr. H. A. Chambers ; sop. 
1, 2. © Jan. 24, 1933 ; E for. 27991 ; 
Novello & co., ltd. 2604 

What can love do ; w and m Reed Ran- 
net. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; E unp. 
66666; Agnes M. Palmer. 2605 

What do you want with money ; from 
Hallelujah I'm a bum, w Lorenz 
Hart, m Richard Rodgers ; with uku- 
lele arr. © Dec. 30, 1932; E unp. 
34086; Rodart music corp. 2606 

What heaven holds for me ; hymn ; 
mixed voices. © Dec. 22, 1932; E 
pub. 34151 ; Chas. Wm. Walkem. 

2607 

What is love ; w and m Bill Lange. 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 66393 ; 
William Lange. 2608 

What is that blue song; fox-trot, w 
and m Thomas Hearon, arr. Harold 
Potter ; orch. pts., with ukulele arr. 
May Singhi Breen. © Jan. 12, 1933 ; 
E pub. 34342 ; Cronn & Hearon. 

2609 

What one rose can say ; song. © Dec. 
29, 1932; E pub. 34252; Jesabelle 
Rode. 2610 



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What pals : song. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66610 : Melville Grems. 2611 

What price Hollywood ; melody Max 
Steiner. ©lc. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
66464 : Southern music pub. co., inc. 

2612 

What's the use; musical play, w R. 
Johnas, m R. Makay. © 1 c. text 
Nov. 22, 1932 ; music Nov. 22 & Dec. 
23 ; D 28366 ; Robert Johnas and Ray 
Makay. 2612* 

What's the use of being gloomy ; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 14. 1933 ; E unp. 66226 ; 
Howard C. Pulver. 2613 

What the Christmas fire told ; musical 
play, w Zoe Octavia Welch, m Caro- 
lyn R. Freeman. © Sept. 13, 1932; 
D 28369; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc. 2613* 

What would you do; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933 ; E unp. 66214 ; 
Evelyn Rosalie Bouteiller. 2614 

What wouldja like for breakfast; w 
and m Walter Kent, pf. sc. Merle T. 
Kendrick ; with ukulele arr. © Jan. 
4, 1933; E pub. 34117; Bibo-Lang, 
inc. 2615 

SYhat yuh got t'say ; song, m Luther 
A. Clark. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933; E 
unp. 66485; H. M. Barrows. 2616 

When all the world is young; w 
Charles Kingsley, m and arr. Geof- 
frey O'Hara; male cho. 1. Quar- 
tet.— 2. Trio. © Jan. 24, 1933; E 
pub. 34499. 34500; Harms, inc. 

2617, 2618 

When Colina's blue; w and melody, 
(c) 1 c. Jan. 19, 1933 ; E unp. 66561 ; 
Chester Allen and Don York. 2619 

When depression brought me you ; 
song. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 
66279 ; Marie E. Smith. 2620 

When first your lips touched mine; 
cho.. m Sylvester Long Cross. © 1 
c. Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 66031; Shir- 
ley Hammerly. 2621 

When I am alone : waltz, w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933; E unp. 
(;<;.T27; O. Bill Heyer. 2622 

When I dream of you ; valse song. 
© 1 o. Jan. IS. 1933: E unp. 66930; 
John C. Ponlos. 2623 

Wheo I haven't gol you; song: with 
Ukulele arr. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1933: 
E unp. 66200: Alexander James 
Forbes. 2624 



When I'm dancin' with Hansen ; w 
James Cavanaugh, melody Frank 
Weldon. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1933; E 
unp. 66968; De Sylva, Brown & 
Henderson, inc. 2625 

When I'm dreaming of your eyes; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; 
E unp. 66016; Art Avery. 2626 

When I'm with you ; song, m James 
L. Brown; with ukulele arr. © 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65783; 
Amede Ray. 2627 

When I need loving; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 16, 1933; E unp. 66324; Ivan 
Frank. 2628 

When I played peek-a-boo with daddy 
and he played peek-a-boo with me; 
w Al Bryan and Dick Sanford, 
melody George B McConnell. © 
1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 66233; 
Crawford music corp. 2629 

When I waltz with you ; words and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 9. 1933 ; E unp. 
66072 ; Earl Whittemore and Thomas 
Benzing. 2630 

When I was one and twenty ; w A. E. 
Housman, m Harrison Dowd. © 
1 c. Jan. 5, 1933: E unp. 65902; 
Frank Harrison Dowd. 2631 

When it rains on a Sunday night : 
song, A. J. Turner and A. J. Weidt. 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 66744 : 
Arnold J. Turner. 2632 

When it's harvest time in old New 
Hampshire; w Tom Kennedy and 
Dick Sanford, m Geo. B. McConnell ; 
pf. treble. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933: 
E unp. 67095 : Nattrass-Schenck, inc. 

2633 

When it's lamp lightin' time in the 
valley ; w and m Joe Lyons and Sam 
C. Hart; with ukulele arr. © Jan. 
23, 1933; E pub. 34516: Shapiro. 
Bernstein & co.. inc. 2634 

When it's moonlight in the mountains : 
song, m Bun-ell Van Buren ; pf. 
© 1 c. Jan. 25. 1933; E unp. 66759: 
Harry F. Mehrle. 2635 

When it's spring again west of the 
Rockies ; song, m Sylvester Lou- 
Cross; pf. © 1 c Jan. 14, 1933: 
E unp. 66249; Charles Sumner 
White. 2636 

When love is gone; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933 : E unp. 67073 ; 
Martin M. Rossinow. 2637 



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2665 



When my little Pomeranian met your 
little Pekinese ; w and melody Little 
Jack Little, Dave Oppenheim and 
Ira Schuster. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1933 ; 
E unp. 65970; De Sylva, Brown & 

. Henderson, inc. 2638 

When our lips in kisses meet ; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 66006 ; 
Albert E. Wilcox. 2639 

When Sally left the alley ; fox-trot, w 
and m Clarkson Rose and Hastings 
Mann ; with ukulele arr. R. S. Stod- 
don. © Jan. 3, 1933 ; E for. 27697 ; 

B. Feldman'& co. 2640 

When sky is blue ; fox-trot song. © 
1 c. Jan. 17, 1933; E unp, 66384; 
Carmine Pierro. 2641 

When somebody sings Home sweet 
home; w Dick Sanford, m Geo. B. 
McConnell ; with ukulele arr. © 
Jan. 25, 1933; E pub. 34489; Mario 
music corp. 2642 

When summer of life is spent ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1933 ; E unp. 
65913; Charles Theodore Knudsen, 
jr. 2643 

When the book of life is opened ; 
hymn, w and m C. E. Pollock and 

C. W. Walkem, arr. for mixed voices. 
© Dec. 22, 1932 ; E pub. 34150 ; Chas. 
Wm. Walkem. 2644 

When the dance is thru ; melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 66243; 
Harry El ling. 2645 

When the daytime meets the nite-time 
down in Dixie; pf treble with w. 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1933 ; E unp. 66932 ; 
Leonard Spike Williams. 2646 

When the gold has turned to silver; 
song, m James L. Brown ; with uku- 
lele arr. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; E 
unp. 66047; Robert Birbeck. 2647 

When the moon's looking down upon 
you; w and m Olive Thixton. © 
1 c. Jan. 19, 1933; E unp. 66531; 
Olive Allison Thixton. 2648 

When the shadows fall over the moun- 
tain wall; song, m Sylvester Long 
Cross. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 
66748; Barbara Pauli. 2649 

When the snow's gone from the Saw- 
tooth mountains ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933 ; E unp. 65951 ; 
Ethel Gertrude Coburn. 2650 

When the sun has turned to gold; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; 
E unp. 67054; Mayes Johnson. 

2651 



When the sun sinks to rest in the 
west; w and m Reed Rannet. © 
1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; E unp. 66667; 
Agnes M. Palmer. 2652 

When the sunset turned to gold ; song, 
m Sylvester Long Cross ; pf. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1933 ; E unp. 66254 ; Myrtle 
Goodlow. 2653 

When they get lovin' they's gone ; w 
and melody Porter Grainger. © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1933 ; E unp. 66481 ; Southern 
music pub. co., inc. 2654 

When we girls get together ; w and 
melody Chas. Tobias, Sidney Clare 
and Murray Mencher. © 1 c. Jan. 
25, 1933; E unp. 66830; Irving Ber- 
lin, inc. 2655 

When we meet again ; w and melody 
Mercer Cook, Clarence Todd and J. 
Russel Robinson. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 
1933; E unp. 65974; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc. 2656 

When you hear Fritz play twiddly- 
bits from the latest hits ; w and m 
Jack Hart and Tom Blight ; with 
ukulele arr. © Dec. 8. 1932; E for. 
27718 ; Chappell & co., ltd. 2657 

When you hear me call ; w and mel- 
ody Johnny Marvin. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 
1933 ; E unp, 66415 ; Southern music- 
pub, co., inc. 2658 

When you kissed me ; w and m Charles 
Tobias, Sidney Clare and Murray 
Mencher ; with ukulele arr. © Jan. 
24, 1933; E pub. 34492; Irving Ber- 
lin, inc. 2659 

w and melody Charles Tobias, 

Sidney Clare and Murray Mencher. 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 66141 ; 
Irving Berlin, inc. 2660 

Same. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933; E 

unp. 66400; Irving Berlin, inc. 2661 

When you left me waiting ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; E 
unp. 66673 ; Bert Hoffman. 2662 

When you play the organ; waltz, w 
Iola McReynolds, m Luther A. 
Clark. © Jan. 3, 1933; E pub. 
34548; Walter A. Quincke. 2663 

When you're gone I'm so alone; waltz 
song, m Edward Benedict ; pf . 
treble. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 
66345; J. A. Pike. 2664 

When you tell me that you care ; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933; 
E unp. 65962; Arthur Altman and 
Jack Lawrence. 2665 



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Where can I find someone ; song. © 1 
c. Jan. 9. 1933 ; E unp. 66054 ; Zelma 
Connolly. 2666 

Where is my yesterday ; w Morton 
Downey and Loyce Whiteman, mel- 
ody Harry Harris. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1933: E imp. 66161; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc. 2667 

Where the Arizona moon is shining ; w 
Tom Kennedy and Dick Sanforcl, m 
Geo. B. McConnell; pf. treble. © 1 
c. Jan. 31, 1933 ; E unp. 67109 ; Nat- 
trass-Schenck, inc. 2668 

Where the golden sunset mingles with 
the ocean's blue ; m Sylvester Long 
Cross ; pf . with w. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1933; E unp. 66025; Fred Lumm. 

2669 

Where the honeysuckle grows; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933; E 
unp. 66488 ; Rachel Clark. 2670 

Where the mountains kiss the moon ; 
w and m Reed Rannet. © 1 c. Jan. 
23, 1933; E unp. 66669; Agnes M. 
Palmer. 2671 

Where the northern star is shining ; 
waltz song, melody Ray Hibbeler. 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1933; E unp. 66183; 
John F. Kalland. 2672 

Where the river meets the sea ; w and 
m Abner Silver, Ira Schuster and 
Milton Drake ; with ukulele arr. 
© Jan. 3, 1933 ; E pub. 34336 ; Mort 
Beck music co. 2673 

Wherefore do you droop . . . . ; frag- 
ment from Shakespeare's King 
John, m Frank La Forge. 1. High 
voice. — 2. Low voice. © Jan. 14, 
1933; E pub. 34417, 34418; G. Ri- 
cordi & co., inc. 2674, 2675 

While we go dancing forever and a 
day ; w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1933; E unp. 66995; Sue Haire. 

2676 

Whippin' that old T. B. ; w and mel- 
ody Jimmie Rodgers. © 1 c. Jan. 
3, 1933; E unp. 66425; Southern 
music pub. co., inc. 2677 

Whisper you love me; w Frank Ca- 
pano and Margie Morris, m Jack 
Dichter and Billy Hays; with uku- 
lele arr. © Jan. 25, 1933; E pub. 
34490 ; Mario music Corp. 2678 

Whispering bine ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1933; E unp. 66500; Helen Lillie 
Vogel. 2679 



Whispering pine; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
25, 1933; E unp. 66783; Mabel J. 
Watts. 2680 

White in the moon the long road lies ; 
w Alfred Edward Housman, m Oscar 
J. Fox, arr. G. Ackley Brower. 1. 
Mixed quartet or cho. — 2. Trio or 
3-pt. women's cho. © Nov. 25, 
1932; E pub. 34169, 34170; Carl 
Fischer, inc. 2681,2682 

Whitely the water; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 
28, 1933 ; E unp. 66940 ; Carl Chrys- 
ler Austin, jr. 2683 

Whither thou goest ; song, w from 
Ruth. © Sept. 20, 1932; E pub. 
34223 ; Walter Sassmannshausen. 

2684 

Who's taking up your time; song, m 
Edward Benedict; pf. treble. © 1 
c. Jan. 16, 1933; E unp. 66348; 
James Hayes. 2685 

Who-la dance ; by Cecil S. Copping ; 
oboe. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1933; E unp. 
66984 ; Movietone music corp. 2686 

Whoop-dee-doo ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1933 ; E unp. 66703 ; George Heffner 
Kirk. 2687 

Whoopee ; w and melody Larry Blaine. 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933 ; E unp. 67002 ; 
Florence A. Blades. 2688 

Why can't this night go on forever; 
w Charles Newman, m Isham Jones ; 
with ukulele arr. © Jan. 16, 1933; 
E pub. 34385 ; M. Witmark & sons. 

2689 

Why did forever last for only awhile ; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 6. 1933 ; 
E unp. 65926 ; Anthony Pelligra and 
Sparty J. Nardone. jr. 2690 

Why did I fall for you; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 6, 1933; E unp. 65992; Donald 
Haggerty and Arthur Leclaire. 

2691 

Why did you leave me; song, w Mary 
Altilia. [Chords, single staff] © 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65825; 
Carroll Winfield Lucas. 2692 

Why do I have to care for you; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1933; 
E unp. 66078 ; Louis Di Dio. 2693 

Why do you treat me like this; song, 
melody Robert Van Sickle. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 65759; Vergil 
Mitchell. 2694 

Why don't you come home; w and 
melody Frances Ricker. © 1 c. Jan. 
4, 1933; E unp. 65863; Ada Favell. 

2695 



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2722 



Why have you come back to me old 
girl of mine ; song, m James L. 
Brown. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
65779 ; Walter S. Randolph. 2696 

Why not try praying; hymn, w Her- 
bert Buffum. © Dec. 22, 1932 ; E pub 
34110; Chas. Wm. Walkem. 2697 

Why pester me with your tears ; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 66503 ; 
Lillian V. Morford. 2698 

Why should sailors care ; from The 
flag lieutenant, w R. P. Weston and 
Bert Lee, m Harris Weston ; with 
ukulele arr. © Dec. 12, 1932 ; E for. 
27655; Francis, Day & Hunter, ltd. 

2699 

Why tell me why ; fox trot, song. © 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 66306; 
Sylvia Mager. 2700 

Wie sich's der kleine Mortiz vorstellt ; 
aus Der tanzende Shylock, w Geza 
Herczeg u. Leo Straus, m Erwin 
Straus, erl. klav. arr. Hans Schnei- 
der. © Nov. 28, 1932 ; E for. 28001 ; 
Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard Herz- 
mansky). 2701 

Wild bird ; w Alfred Tennyson, m Al- 
fred M. Greenfield. © Jan. 18, 1933 ; 
E pub. 34423 ; G. Ricordi & co., inc. 

2702 

Wild roses, little Rosie and me ; song, 
m James L. Brown ; with ukulele 
arr. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933; E unp. 
66050 ; Fred Gibson. 2703 

Will the Savior say a word for you; 
song, m Ulysses Simpson Keeling, 
jr. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933; E unp. 
66315 ; Ulysses Simpson Keeling, sr. 

2704 

Will you be true; w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 14, 1933; E unp. 66215; 
Irene Hunt. 2705 

Will you sometimes think of me ; w 
and melody Wheeler-Lamb. © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1933 ; E unp. 66483 ; Southern 
music pub: co., inc. 2706 

Wind in the willows ; waltz, Roland 
Diggle ; pf . © Dec. 29, 1932 ; E pub. 
34198 ; Carl Fischer, inc. 2707 

Window (A), a light and a tear; w 
and m Ray Hibbeler and W. R. 
Williams ; with ukulele arr. © Jan. 
5, 1933 ; E pub. 34233 ; Will Rossiter. 

2708 

Window shade blues ; w and melody 
Austin Allen. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; 
E unp. 66422; Southern music pub. 
co., inc. 2709 



Winn (Cyril) Two little songs; uni- 
son, w Eileen Mathias and Margaret 
Wynne- Jones. © Dec, 30, 1932; 
E for. 27598 ; W. Paxton & co., ltd. 

2710 

Winsome ; waltz ; pf . with w. © 1 c. 
Jan. 4, 1933; E unp. 65898; Ray 
Johnson Minor and Constance W. 
Grayson. 2711 

Winter song; w Margaret Rose, m 
Stuart Young, tonic sol-fa tr. H. J. 
Timothy ; unison voices. © Dec. 
16, 1932; E for. 27591; Stainer & 
Bell, ltd. 2712 

Wisconsin is calling me; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1933; E unp. 
66810 ; Dora Pernot. 2713 

Wise (The) old owl said Hoo; w and 
m Lew Klein and, Betsy White ; with 
ukulele arr. © Jan. 17, 1933 ; E for. 
27787 ; Campbell, Connelly & co., ltd. 

2714 

With a feather in your cap ; w Dorothy 
Fields, m Jimmy McHugh ; with uku- 
lele arr. May Singhi Breen. © Jan. 
18, 1933 ; E pub. 34438 ; Metro-Gold- 
wyn-Mayer corp. 2715 

With flying colors ; march, Harold 
Wansborough, arr. Henry S. Sawyer, 
bowed and fingered Frank J. Blazek ; 
violin solo or duet with pf. ace. © 
Dec. 30, 1932; E pub. 34139; Mc- 
Kinley music co. 2716 

With rue my heart is laden; w A. E. 
Housman, m Harrison Dowd. © 
1 c. Jan. 5, 1933; E unp. 65903; 
Frank Harrison Dowd. 2717 

With you and me; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
30, 1933 ; E unp. 67035 ; Cecil D. Van 
Liew. 2718 

Without a doubt; hymn, w and m 
Haldor Lillenas. © Jan. 20, 1933; 
E pub. 34538 ; Lillenas pub. co. 

2719 

Wo hat brigitte verbracht die bra- 
silianische nacht; tango, w Julius 
Zimm, m Hans Lang. © Aug. 27, 
1932; E for. 27905; Verlag Otto 
Maass. 2720 

Wohlfahrt (Franz) 60 etudes; op. 
45, neu bearb. Maxim Jacobsen ; 
violino. © Oct. 18, 1932; E for. 
27951 ; Universal edition, a. g. 
[Copyright is claimed on new revi- 
sion and new studies] 2721 

Wondering; song. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1933; E unp. 66139; Lawrence 
James. 2722 



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Wondering — Continued 

w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 

1933 ; E unp. 65968 : John Pinckney 
Scott. 2723 

Wondering what you'll do next; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 14. 1933 ; E unp. 66897 ; 
George H. Hammer. 2724 

Won't that be sweet; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 7, 1933; E unp. 65981; Jack 
Kopf. 2725 

Won't you bring back my dreams to 
me; waltz song, w Harry Carlson. 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 66686 ; 
Louis H. Olesen. 2726 

Won't you come back to me; waltz 
song. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 
65837 ; Josephine McGinley. 2727 

Won't you dance with me tonight ; w 
Jeanne Bergersen, m Baldwin Berg- 
ersen. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 
66202; Louis Baldwin Bergersen. 

2728 

Won't you take a chance with me ; 
song, melody Josephine Bose. © 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1933; E unp. 67089; 
Philip Gross. 2729 

Wood-carver (The) of Krakovia ; op- 
eretta, story A. C. Rutt, m K. M. 
Tenner. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1933; D 
28377; Anna Catherine Rutt and 
Katherine M. Tenner. 2729* 

Woodland sketches; by Winifred 
Do^vay-Edwards, selected, fingered 
and annotated G. Augustus Holmes 
and Frederick J. Karn ; pf. © Dec. 
15, 1932; E for. 27781; Edwin Ash- 
down, ltd. 2730 

Words and music ; selection, Noel 
Coward, arr. Dan Godfrey ; military 
band pts.. with conductor. © Nov. 
29, 1932; E for. 27723; Chappell & 
co., ltd. 2731 

World (The) is gone crazy now ; song; 
pf. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; E unp. 
6881;!; Borghild Eleonore Zanini. 

2732 

World (The) is so small; w Robert 
Nesbitt, m William Walker: with 
ukulele arr. © Jan. 3, 1933; E for. 
27509; Keith, Prowse & co.. ltd. 

2733 

World (The) laughs on; tango or slow 
fox-trot, from A kiss in spring, w 
L. du Garde Peach, m Emmerich 
Kalman and Herbert Griffiths. © 
Nov. 23, 1932 ; E for. 27707 ; Ascher- 
berg, Hop wood & Crew, ltd. [Copy- 



right is claimed on changes in music 
by H. Griffiths and English words] 

2734 

Worried man blues ; w and melody 
Walter Davis. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66427 ; Southern music pub. 
co., inc. 2735 

Would you; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 20, 1933; E unp. 66562; Frank 
William Thomas. 2736 

Te servants of the Lord ; unison 
anthem, w P. Doddridge, m Ivor R. 
Davies. © Dec. 30, 1932; E for. 
27492; Novello & co., ltd. 2737 

Yeah man the stuff is here ; w and m 
J. M. Williams. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933 ; 
E unp. 65849; State Street music 
pub. co. 2738 

Year's (The) at the spring; w Robert 
Browning, m Mrs. H. H. A. Beach, 
op. 44, no. 1, arr. Francis Moore ; 
men's voices. © Jan. 16, 1933; E 
pub. 34463 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co. 

2739 

Yes! I guess it's love; w Al Lewis, m 
Al Sherman: with ukulele arr. © 
Jan. 27, 1933; E pub. 34520; Olman 
music corp. 2740 

Yesterday, to-day and to-morrow ; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933: 
E unp. 66221 ; Martha Small. 2741 

Yesterday, tomorrow and always; 
song. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 
65839; Gertrude Connors. 2742 

Yesterday's pleasures : w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1933 : E unp. 67016 ; 
Frank Austin Garrison. 2743 

Yo la culpo : pf. with w. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 
1933; E unp. 66374: Juan Arm- 
strong. 2744 

You; song. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; E 
unp. 67041 ; Fein Marie Dalton. 

2745 

You are cordially invited: w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Jan. 20. 1933; E unp. 
66568; Pearl Fein. 2746 

You are my dream : w Romaine Root, 
m Chuck Crew T e. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 
1933; E unp. 65957; Charles W. 
Crewe. 2747 

You are my ideal; w Arthur Freed, 
m Oscar Levant. © Jan. 27, 1933; 
E pub. 34573; Keit-Engel, inc. 

2748 



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2777 



You are my sunshine of happiness; 
fox-trot, w Mamie Barfield, m Lon 
Healy. © Dec. 12, 1932; E pub. 
34356; Walter A. Quincke. 2749 

You are the song; from Melody, w 
Irving Caesar, m Sigmund Rom- 
berg; with ukulele arr. © Dec. 30, 
1932; E pub. 34096; Harms, inc. 

2750 

You are the whole parade; fox trot, 
w Walter Hirsch, m Gerald Marks, 
arr. Lyle Murphy; orch. pts., with 
male trio arr. B. Faighes. © Dec. 
24, 1932; E pub. 34052; Leo Feist, 
inc. 2751 

with ukulele arr. 



© Dec. 27, 1932; E pub. 34053; 
Leo Feist, inc. 2752 

You are too beautiful ; w Lorenz Hart, 
m Richard Rodgers ; with ukulele 
arr. © Dec. 30, 1932 ; E pub. 34085 ; 
Rodart music Corp. 2753 

You brought the sunshine to me ; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1933 ; E unp. 66289 ; 
Myrtle Garabota. 2754 

You bunch of fun; melody Harold 
Lewis and Bernie Grossman. © 1 
c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 66413; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 2755 

You can't make my love untrue ; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1933 ; E 
unp. 65933; Julia Claire Moffit. 

2756 

You done played out blues; w and 
melody Porter Grainger and Jimmie 
Foster. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933 ; E unp. 
66480; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

2757 

You don't love me anymore; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 66318 ; 
Girthalee Brown. 2758 

You gave me love ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1933; E unp. 67123; 
Beatrice Eccleston Lane. 2759 

You have something for me and it's 
love; song. © 1 c Jan. 9, 1933; E 
unp. 66040; Samuel Myron O'Dell. 

2760 

You hurt my feeling; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1933 ; E unp. 66077 ; 
Louis Di Dio. 2761 

You laughed when I cried over you; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66794 ; William Obed Merrill. 

2762 



You little bit of loveliness; song, m, 
James L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1933 ; E unp. 66948 ; 
Virginia E. Carpentier. 2763 

You made me love you dearie ; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 66004; 
Edwin C. Coyle. 2764 

You mean all the world to me ; w and 
m Chuck Cline and Fred Fuller. 
© 1 c. Dec. 29, 1932 ; E unp. 65753 ; 
Charlton S. Cline. 2765 

You must believe me; w Charlie To- 
bias, m Joe Burke ; with ukulele 
arr. May Singhi Breen. © Jan. 
16, 1933; E pub. 34388; Joe Morris 
music co. 2766 

You're a girl of wonderful glorious 
style; fox trot, w and m Adele 
Blake. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 
66917; Adele Wilson. 2767 

You're beautiful tonight, my dear; 
w Joe Young, melody Carmen Lom- 
bardo. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933 ; E unp. 
67114; Leo Feist, inc. 2768 

You're cheating me ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
18, 1933 ; E unp. 66492 ; Opal Woolf . 

2769 

You're everybody's sweetheart ; fox 
trot song. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1933; E 
unp. 66918; Vanita Shelton. 2770 

You're gone; w Stanley Dixon, m Al- 
lan Gould; pf. treble. © 1 c. Jan. 
24, 1933; E unp. 66711; Abr. Gold- 
stein. 2771 

You're gone but not forgotten; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1933 ; E unp. 
65871; Andrena Varlack. 2772 

You're in love; from Gay divorce, w 
and m Cole Porter; with ukulele 
arr. © Dec. 30, 1932 ; E pub. 34093 ; 
Harms, inc. 2773 

You're making me mad; fox-trot, w 
and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1932; 
E unp. 66064; Sam P. Acton. 2774 

You're meant for me ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1933 ; E unp. 67064 ; 
Le Roy Walter Harris. 2775 

You're mine; w Alma Marks; pf. tre- 
ble. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 
65769; Richard L. B. Marks. 2776 

You're my dear sonny boy; w, m and 
ukulele arr. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; 
E unp. 67052 ; Buna Mildred Spring- 
field. 2777 



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.You're my lucky star; slow fox-trot 
song. ©lc. Dec. 27, 1932 ; E imp. 
66369; Anna Meakin. 2778 

You're still my baby; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1933; E unp. 65979; 
Harold M. Freeman and Earl Whit- 
temore. 2779 

You're the one that I love; w Ray- 
mond Stuart, m arr. Don Vashtie ; 
orch. pts. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1933; 
E unp. 66108; Donald Vashtie 
Hodges. 2780 

You're the truest pal in all the world ; 
song, m Herb Jones. © 1 c. Jan. 
3, 1933; E unp. 65811; Edmund 
Gwin. 2781 

You're two-timin' me; w B. Chatter- 
ton, m T. F. Ciao, arr. Joseph Cap- 
prello. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 
66639; Theresa Frances Ciao and 
Bethel Chatterton. 2782 

You remind me of the sunset; song, 
m Gertrude Connors. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 
1933; E unp. 65838; Josephine Mc- 
Ginley. 2783 

You took my dream away ; song. © 
1 c. Jan. 11, 1933; E unp. 66143; 
Nevin Ray Houseman. 2784 

You turned my cares into happiness; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; 
E unp. 66346; Wilber Lauterbach. 

2785 

You've been so nice and sweet to me ; 
w Joe Young, m Sammy Fain ; with 
ukulele arr. © Jan. 24, 1933 ; E pub. 
34491 ; Irving Berlin, inc. 2786 

You've got everything; w and m P. 
Abel. © Oct. 31. 1932 ; E for. 27362 ; 
Societa anonima Suvini-Zerboni. 

2787 

You've got me in a panic ; song. © 
1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; E unp. 66806; 
Charis Jeanne McElroy. 2788 

You've got me up a tree : pf . treble 
with w. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 
65984; Frank Whitman. 2789 

You've made my dreams all come true ; 
w and melody Bob Brittan. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3. 1933; E unp. 65764; Robert 
Woods Brittan. 2790 

You went away and left me blue ; 
song, pf. sc. Ashton Murray. © 
1 c. Jan. 23, 1933; E unp. 66675; 
Lionel Philip Woods. 2791 

You would not play your part; song. 
© 1 c. June 14. 1933 ; E unp. 66898 ; 
Addie Smart. 2792 



Your [sic] just a fickle little lady; w 
and m Bud Smith. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1933; E unp. 66706; Elliott Asel 
Smith, jr. . 2793 

Your love is all my life to me; song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 66128 ; 
Elise More. 2794 

Your memory tells me ; w and melody 
Bob Shurr, B. Bricken and J. 
Bricken. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1933; E 
unp. 66163; Leopold Shurr, Jules 
Bricken and Bob Bricken. 2795 

Your quest ; w Marie Tello Phillips, m 
Mana-Zucca, op. 125; high. © Dec. 
29, 1932 ; E pub. 34410 ; G. Schirmer, 
inc. 2796 

Your songs to Jesus raise; Hulne, w 
Frances H. Wood, m R. Walker 
Robson. © Jan. 6, 1933; E for. 
27889; Novello & co., ltd. 2797 

Yowsah ; song, melody Howard Corwin 
Graham. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933; E 
unp. 66309; Bernard William Molo- 
hon. 2798 

Yowsah. oh. yowsahree; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 
65794; Wilbur Dorfman and Char- 
lotte Fingerhut. 2799 

Yule (The) log; Christmas march, 
George Hervey ; violin 1, 2, and pf . 
© Dec. 29, 1932; E pub. 34199; 
Carl Fischer, inc. 2800 

Zar ; Moorish folk-dance, harmonized 
and arr. Amedeo de Filippi ; violin 
and pf. © Dec. 29, 1932; E pub. 
34404; G. Schirmer inc. 2801 

Zelda by the Zuider Zee; w Lu C. 
Bender, melody Ann Ronell. © 
1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; E unp. 67019; 
Irving Berlin, inc. 2802 

Zigeuner, you have stolen my heart; 
w Reg Connelly, m Austin Egen and 
Franz Grothe ; with ukulele arr. 
© Jan. 20, 1933 ; E for. 27966 ; Camp- 
bell. Connelly & co., ltd. 2803 

Zingara ; tango-canzone. Amedeo Es- 
cobar; orch. parti. © Dec. 25, 1932; 
E for. 27528 ; Societa anonima Su- 
vini-Zerboni. 2804 

tango, versi Enrico Frati, m 

Amedeo Escobar. © Dec. 25, 1932; 
E for. 27527 ; Societa anonima Su- 
vini-Zerboni. 2805 



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no. 1, 1933 



2815 



Zorriga ; divertissement, Francis Bous- 
quet; orch. ptes. 2 me - suite. © Nov. 
15, 1932 ; E for. 27914 ; Editions Max 
Eschig. 2806 

4'" e etude en fa mineur; par Maurice 
Vieux ; alto et pf . © Oct. 10, 1932 ; 
E for. 27920; Editions Max Eschig. 

2807 

5 me etude en ut dieze mineur; par 
Maurice Vieux; alto et pf. © Oct. 
10, 1932 ; E for. 27921 ; Editions Max 
Eschig. 2808 

6 me etude en fa di§ze mineur; de 
Maurice Vieux; alto et pf. © Oct. 
10, 1932 ; E for. 27922 ; Editions Max 
Eschig. 2809 

13 ; fox trot song, melody Ray Hibbe- 
ler. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1933; E unp. 
65921 ; Herschel R. Sutton. 2810 



13 women; melody Max Steiner © 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E unp. 66465; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 2811 

94th (The) psalm; sonata, J. Reubke, 
newly ed. inch alternative readings, 
new registration, etc., Herbert F. 
Ellingford ; organ. © Oct. 13, 1932 ; 
E for. 27734; Oxford univ. press. 

2812 

1000 worte Hebe ; tango, w Gerd Kar- 
lick, m Margulies u. Holms, arr. 
Franz Stolzenwald. 1. Gesang u. 
klav. — 2. Orch. stimmen. © Oct. 25, 
1932; E for. 27470, 27471; Rondo- 
verlag, G. m. b. H. 2813, 2814 

1914-1918; war fantasy, by L. E. De 
Francesco and P. Brunelli, arr by 
P. Brunelli; conductor. © 1 c. Jan. 
25, 1933; E unp. 66983; Movietone 
music corp. 2815 



Number of entries in Part 3 of the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1933, Class E, 

Musical compositions (including 1,371 unpublished) 2,815 



101 



LIST OF MUSIC OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT 
HAS BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT 
OF MARCH 4, 1909. [2815 



Abide with me; by Carl Bohm, arr. 
Arthur Dana ; mixed voices. © 
Adele G. Lynes, as widow of the 
author of arrangement. R 22950. 

1 

sacred solo ; with violin obbl. pt. 

© Caro Roma, as author. R 22529. 



Abschied; op. 13, no. 6; hohe stimme. 
© Bernhard Sekles, as author of 
m. R 22640 3 

Ain't I lucky; march and two step. 
© Bess Rudisill, as author. R 
22843. 4 

Alleluia ! Sing to Jesus ; mixed voices. 
© Frederick N. Shackley, as author. 
R 22948. 5 

Allemande; octave etude for the left 
hand, Bernhard Wolff, op. 243, no. 
2 ; pf. © Elisabeth Wolff, as child 
of the deceased author. R 22902. 

6 

Am Georgitage ; op. 13, no. 1 ; hohe 
stimme. © Bernhard Sekles, as 
author of m. R 22635. 7 

Anchored at last ; w and m Mrs. C. H. 
Morris. © Frances M. Lunk, as 
child of the deceased author. R 
22707. 8 

Andante lirico ; par Renato Brogi, op. 
34, no. 1 ; violon, avec ace. de pf. 
© Ebe Ballerini, as child of the 
deceased author. R 22653. 9 

Andante und variationen ; v. Robert 
Braun Eilenberg, op. 24; 2 pf. © 
Bessie M. Eilenberg, as widow. R 
22614. 10 

Antonio ; from The white cat, w Wil- 
liam Jerome, m J. Schwartz. © 
Jean Schwartz, as author, and 
Maude Nugent Jerome, as widow. 
R 22743. 11 

Arietta all' antica ; par Renato Brogi, 
op. 34, no. 2 ; violon, avec ace. do 
pf. © Ebe Ballerini. as child of 
the deceased author. R 22652. 12 

AschenbrSdel ; op. 32; pf. © Paul 
Zilclier, as author. R 22835. 13 



Ashes of roses ; song, op. 51, no. 4 ; 
alto or bar. ; in F. © Arthur Foote, 
as author. R 22951. 14 

Ask the man ; song from The Isle 
of Bong Bong, w Will M. Hough and 
Frank R. Adams. © Joseph E. 
Howard, as author. R 22682. 15 

At evening; pf. © George A. Grant- 
Schaefer, as author. R 22911. 16 

Aubade napolitaine; pf. © Wilhelm 
Aletter, as author. R 22616. 17 

Aubade provencale ; von Ludvig Schyt- 
te, op. 141, no. 4 ; klavier. © Anna 
Schytte, as child of the deceased 
author. R 22645. 18 

Auf der Heide ; walzer, op. 129, no. 2 ; 
pf. © August Nolck, as author. R 
22627. 19 

Autumn ; from Love's four seasons, 
w George Taggart ; male quartette. 
© William Christopher O'Hare, as 
author. R 22503. 20 

Baby's sweetheart ; pizzicato serenade ; 
pf. © William Corri, jr., as author. 
R 22915. 21 

Bachelor boys farewell; song. © G. 
D. Wheeler, as author. R 22853. 

22 

Barcarolle ; by Carl Reger, op. 15, no. 
2; pf. © Beatrice Emma Barnard, 
as widow. R 22604. 23 

by L. J. Quigley, op. 20; pf. © 

Sadie M. Quigley, as widow. R 
22620. 24 

Barnard (D'Auvergne) Aria; by Carl 
Reger, op. 13, no. 1 ; pf . © Beatrice 
Emma Barnard, as widow. R 22584. 

25 

Idyll ; by Carl Reger, op. 15, no. 

4 ; pf . © Beatrice Emma Barnard, 
as widow. R 22606. 26 

Intermezzo ; by Carl Reger, op. 

15, no. 9; pf. © Beatrice Emma 
Barnard, as widow. R 22611. 27 

Marsch ; by Carl Reger ; pf . 1 

Op. 13, no. 6.-2. Op. 15, no. 3; 
in F. © Beatrice Emma Barnard, 
as widow. R 22589, 22605. 28, 29 



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02 



Walzer; by Carl Reger, op. 15, 

no. 7; pf. © Beatrice Emma Bar- 
nard, as widow. R 22609. 30 

Becucci ( Ernesto ) Valzer ; op, 308, 
no. 1 ; pf. © Rosa Ceresoli, as next 
of kin of the author, who is not 
living. R 22570. 31 

Beim kranzewinden ; op. 129, no. 1 ; pf 
© August Nolck, as author. R 
22626. 32 

Berliner luft ; ouverture. 1. Kaval- 
lerie - musik. — 2. Inf anterie musik. 
© Paul Lincke, as author. R 22666, 
22667. 33, 34 

Blood (The) of Jesus ransomed me; 
w Maggie E. Gregory, m Charles H. 
Gabriel. © Charles H. Gabriel, jr., 
as child of the deceased author. R 
22752. 35 

Brooke's triumphal march; band. © 
R. F. Seitz, as author. R 22765. 36 

Brownies ; song, from The Isle of 
Bong Bong, w Will M. Hough and 
Frank R. Adams. © Joseph E. 
Howard, as author. R 22684. 37 

Buntes allerlei ; op. 33 ; klavier. © 
Paul Zilcher, as author. R 22836. 

38 

Butterflies; pf. © George A. Grant- 
Schaefer, as author. R 22912. 39 

Cabrera (La) ; musik drama, Henri 
Cain, deutsch F. M. La Violette, m 
Gabriel Dupont ; klavierauszug mit 
deutschem text. © Albert Ahn, 
as author of German translation. R 
22569. 40 

Cachucha ; spanischer tanz, Ludvig 
Schytte, op. 141, no. 1 ; klavier. © 
Anna Schytte, as child of the de- 
ceased author. R 22642. 41 

Cahira (El) ; intermezzo, Georg 
Mewes, op. 47 ; klavier. © Heinz 
Mewes, as child of the deceased au- 
thor. R 22561. 42 

Capricieuse (La); op. 22, no. 4; pf. 
© Arthur Hinton, as author. R 
22651. 43 

Chain (A) of roses; song, w Edward 
Teschemacher ; in D flat. © Her- 
mann Lohr, as author. R 22539. 

44 

Chanson du printemps; pf . © 
Ernesto Gillet, as author. R 22829. 

45 

Chant du soldat ; by A. Tellier, op. 14, 
no. 6; pf. © Wilhelm Aletter, as 
author. R 22595. 46 



Charge boys charge; from Happyland, 
w Frederic Rankin, m Reginald De- 
Koven. © Anna DeKoven, as wid- 
ow. R 22499. 47 

Charmeuse (La) ; valse, A. Tellier, 
op. 14, no. 3; pf. © Wilhelm Alet- 
ter, as author. R 22592. 48 

Cheyenne ; w Harry Williams, m E. 
Van Alstyne. © Egbert Van Al- 
styne, as author and Carolyn Quinn, 
as widow of the author of w. R 
22746. 49 

Child's (The) good night; 2-pt. canon, 
w and m A. Mary R. Dobson ; equal 
voices. © A. T. A. Dobson, as next 
of kin of the author, who is not liv- 
ing. R 22880. 50 

Christmas ; by L. A. Bugbee ; pf . © 
Charles I. Davis, as widow T er. R 
22937. 51 

Cinderella ; song, from The land of 
nod, w Will M. Hough and Frank 
R. Adams. © Joseph E. Howard, 
as author. R 22690. 52 

City (The) of God; song, w M. Town- 
send Allen. © Frederic G. Shat- 
tuck, as author. R 22S56. 53 

Come home; w Julia H. Johnston, m 
Daniel B. Towner. © Ada Page 
Towner, as widow. R 22457. 54 

Come little bee; song, w Ormsby A. 
Court. © Walter Lewis, as author. 
R 22849. 55 

Come, my love to Araby ; w George V. 
Hobart, m A. Baldwin Sloane. © 
Mae Auwerda Sloane, as widow. R 
22671. 56 

Come out in the garden with me; voc. 
orch. ; in F. © Robert Hood Bow- 
ers, as author. R 22473. 57 

Come to Him today; w Maggie E. 
Gregory, m Charles H. Gabriel. © 
Charles H. Gabriel, jr., as child of 
the deceased author. R 22749. 58 

Come, ye blessed of my Father ; mixed 
voices. © Frederick N. Shackley, 
as author. R 22949. 59 

Conte du soir; by A. Tellier, op. 14, 
no. 1 ; pf. © Wilhelm Aletter, as 
author. R 22590. 60 

Coquette (La) ; op. 22, no. 1 ; pf . © 
Arthur Hinton. as author. R 22648. 

61 

Cradle (The); op. 1, no. 1; pf. © 
Frances E. Terry, as author. R 
22621. 62 



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63 



pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Crew (The) of the Peekaboo; from 
Wonderland, w Glen MacDonough, 
m Victor Herbert. © Ella Bart- 
lett and Clifford Herbert, as children 
of the deceased author of m., and 
Alan MacDonough, as child of the 
deceased author of w. R 22510. 63 

Cupid is the captain of the army; by 
Dave Reed, jr. ; vocal orch. ; in G. 
© Dave Reed, as author. R 22533. 

64 

Daily exercises for piano ; op. 4. © 
Oscar Streland, as author. R 22617. 

65 

Dance of daisies; op. 1, no. 3; pf. © 
Frances E. Terry, as author. R 
22623. 66 

Danse des fleurs ; by A. Tellier ; pf . © 
Wilhelm Aletter, as author. R 
22600. 67 

Day (The) of resurrection; Easter 
carol, Greek hymn, 8th century, J. 
M. Neale, tr. © Charles Fonteyn 
Manney, as author of m. R 22722. 

68 

De fleur en fleur; valse lente, A. Tel- 
lier, op. 14, no. 8; pf. © Wilhelm 
Aletter, as author. R 22597. 69 

Dear Ireland ; w and m A. Baldwin 
Sloane. © Mae Auwerda Sloane, as 
widow. R 22665. 70 

Dear old Ireland ; Crest minstrel over- 
ture and opening cho. no. 1, arr. © 
Isidore Witmark, as author. R 
22498. 71 

orch. © Isidore Wit- 
mark, as author. R 22544. 72 

Diplomat (The) ; march, John Philip 
Sousa. 1 Banjo solo. — 2. Guit. 
solo. — 3. Mand. solo. © Jane Van- 
Middlesworth Sousa, as widow. R 
22864-22866. 73-75 

Don't shove ; w Wm. Devere, male 
voices. © William C. O'Hare, as 
author. R 22855. 76 

Down the line with Arabelle ; from The 
white cat, w William Jerome, m J. 
Schwartz. © Jean Schwartz, as 
author, and Maude Nugent Jerome, 
as widow. R 22741. 77 

Down whore the silv'ry Mohawk flows ; 
w Monroe H. Rosenfeld, m John and 
Otto Heinzman. © Eunice M. Ros- 
enfeld, ;is widow. R 22564. 78 

Duo ; op. 13. no. 2 ; hohe stimme. © 
Bernhard Sekles, as author of m. 
R 22636. 79 



Elementary material for the piano ; 
op. 3. © Oscar Streland, as author. 
R 22583. 80 

Elfin dance ; octave etude for the right 
hand, Bernhard Wolff, op. 243, no. 
1; pf. © Elisabeth Wolff, as child 
of the deceased author. R 22903. 

81 

Etoile d'amour; by A. Tellier; pf. © 
Wilhelm Aletter, as author. R 22601. 

82 

Etude in A; by L. J. Quigley, op. 15; 
pf. © Sadie M. Quigley, as widow. 
R 22613. 83 

Fads as they went round and round ; 
song, from Princess beggar. © 
Edward Paulton and Alfred G. 
Robyn, as authors. R 22842. 84 

Fairy tales; novelette. © Louis G. 
Muniz, as author. R 22677. 85 

Fencer (The) ; song, w Elizabeth Fin- 
ley. © W. Warren Shaw, as author. 
R 22872. 86 

Fiji ; w George V. Hobart, m A. Bald- 
win Sloane. © Mae Auwerda 
Sloane, as widow. R 22672. 87 

For propriety's sake; w Edward Tes- 
chemacher, m Guy d'Hardelot ; in 
E flat. © Helen Rhodes, as author 
of m. R 22459. 88 

For you ; song, founded on Sizilietta. 
Franz von Blon, w Charles Henry 
Taylor, arr. Ed. Carey. © Prudence 
Mary Taylor, as child of the de- 
ceased author. R 22680. 89 

Forget ; song. © Dox Cruger, as au- 
thor. R 22668. 90 

Fourth of July; by L. A. Bugbee : 
pf. © Charles I. Davis, as widower. 
R 22935. 91 

Francesca ; tarantelle, A. Tellier, op. 
14, no. 9; pf. © Wilhelm Aletter, 
as author. R 22598. 92 

Galop; di Ernesto Becucci, op. 308, 
no. 4 ; pf . © Rosa Ceresoli, as next 
of kin of the author, who is not liv- 
ing. R 22573. 93 

Gavotte ; by Carl Reger ; pf. 1. Op. 13, 
no. 3.-2. Op. 15, no. 5; in C. © 
Beatrice Emma Barnard, as widow. 
R 22586, 22607. 94, 95 

Gavotte moderne ; pf. © Edmund 
Severn, as author. R 22901. 96 

Gavotte und musette; op. 129, no. 5; 
pf. © August Nolck, as author. R 
22630. 97 



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124 



Genevieve; w Samuel Taylor Cole- 
ridge, m Samuel Coleridge-Taylor. 
1. In D. — 2. In F. © Jessie Sarah 
Fleetwood Coleridge-Taylor, as 
widow. R 22819, 22820. 98, 99 

Get a ticket; w Harry Williams, m 
E. Van Alstyne. © Egbert Van 
Alstyne, as author and Carolyn 
Quinn, as widow of the author of 
w. R 22484. 100 

Get in line for a good old time; w 
B. C. Costello, m Ernest R. Ball. 
© Maude Lambert, as widow of the 
author of m. R 22471. 101 

Gettysburg ; song, w Monroe H. Rosen- 
feld. © Benjamin Hapgood Burt, 
as author. R 22566. 102 

Girl (The) I left in Boston town; 
from The rollicking girl, w Chas. 
Noel Douglas and John W. Brat- 
ton, m Ernest R. Ball. © Maude 
Lambert, as widow of the author of 
m. R 22735. 103 

Girlie (The) with the winsome smile; 
song, m Edward Jolly. © R. H. 
Burnside, as author. R 22477. 

104 

Gleaming star ; novelette intermezzo ; 
pf. © Frederic W. Hager, as au- 
thor. R 22712. 105 

Gluhwiirmchen ; op. 129, no. 9 ; pf . © 
August Nolck, as author. R 22634. 

106 

Go home and tell ; song, w Ada R. 
Habershon. © Robert Harkness, as 
author. R 22890. 107 

God be merciful ; mixed voices. © 
Frederick N. Shackley, as author. 
R 22947. 108 

Good-bye little Too Too San ; w 
George V. Hobart, m J. S. Hiller. 
© Donald B. Hobart, as next of kin 
of the author, who is not living. R 
22676. 109 

Good kind jolly man; from Society 
circus, w and m Manuel Klein. © 
Helen Klein, as widow. R 22551. 

110 

Goodbye Maggie Doyle ; from The 
white cat, w William Jerome, m J. 
Schwartz. © Jean Schwartz, as 
author, and Maude Nugent Jerome. 
as widow. R 22740. Ill 

Goodbye, my baby ; song, poem Nelle 
Richmond Eberhart ; high voice. © 
Charles Wakefield Cadman, as au- 
thor. R 22931. 112 



Goodbye my love; from It happened 
in Nordland, w Glen MacDonough, 
m Victor Herbert. © Ella Bartlett 
and Clifford Herbert, as children of 
the deceased author of m, and Alan 
MacDonough, as child of the de- 
ceased author of w. R 22747. 113 

Governor (The) of Guam; from It 
happened in Nordland, w Glen Mac- 
Donough, m Victor Herbert. © 
Ella Bartlett, and Clifford Herbert, 
as children of the deceased author 
of m, and Alan MacDonough, as 
child of the deceased author of w. 
R 22527. 114 

Grace enough for me ; w and m E. O. 
Excell. © Edwin Excell, as next of 
kin of the author, who is not living. 
R 22467. 115 

Gracieuse ; gavotte; orch. avec pf. — 
© Ernesto Gillet, as author. R 
22832. 116 

Gracious Spirit, love divine; by 
Wilhelm Fink, op. 350, no. 6; mixed 
voices. © Anna Clara Fink, as 
widow. R 22905. 117 

Grasshopper's (The) dance; charac- 
teristic, arr. E. Bucalossi; orch., 
with pf. ace. © Ernest Bucalossi, 
as author. R 22917. 118 

Handel (Georg Friedrich) Our blest 
Redeemer ; arr. as anthem, Charles 
P. Scott ; mixed voices. © Maude 
Ladd Scott, as widow. R 22907. 

119 

Haidee ; oriental waltz, Samuel Cole- 
ridge-Taylor ; pf. © Jessie Sarah 
Fleetwood Coleridge-Taylor, as 
widow. R 22817. 120 

Hallowe'en ; by L. A. Bugbee ; pf . © 
Charles I. Davis, as widower. R 
22936. 121 

topical quartette, from Wonder- 
land, w Glen MacDonough, m Vic- 
tor Herbert. © Ella Bartlett and 
Clifford Herbert, as children of de- 
ceased author of m, and Alan Mac- 
Donough. as child of the deceased 
author of w. R 22518. 122 

Hand (The) that was wounded for 
me; w Hattie H. Pierson, m Daniel 
B. Towner. © Ada Page Towner, 
as widow. R 22456. 123 

Happy (The) hobo; from Man from 
now, w John Kendrick Bangs, m 
Manuel Klein. © Helen Klein, as 
widow. R 22530. 124 



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Happy little children ; song, w C. D. 
Martin. © W. Stillman Martin, as 
author. R 22464. 125 

Harf enklange ; von Ludvig Schytte, 
op. 141, no. 2 ; klavier. © Anna 
Schytte, as child of the deceased 
author. R 22643. 126 

Have Thy way in me ; w and m Mrs. 
C. H. Morris. © Frances Morris 
Lunk, as child of the deceased 
author. R 22575. 127 

He lifted me ; w Charlotte G. Homer, 
m C. H. Gabriel. © Charles H. 
Gabriel, jr., as child of the deceased 
author. R 22755. 128 

Heap love ; Indian serenade, song, 
from The Isle of Bong Bong, w Will 
M. Hough and Frank R. Adams. © 
Joseph E. Howard, as author. R 
22685. 129 

Hear the pipers calling Jenny mine ; 
w A. J. Mills, m Bennett Scott. © 
Daisy Kathleen Scott, as widow. R 
22505. 130 

Heart's haven; waltzes, H. B. Blanke 
© Henrietta B. Melson. as author. 
R 22514. 131 

Henny Klein ; from The white cat, 
w William Jerome, m J. Schwartz. 
© Jean Schwartz, as author, and 
Maude Nugent Jerome, as widow. 
R 22742. 132 

Here's to the ones at home ; by Man- 
uel Klein ; voc. orch. ; in B flat. © 
Helen Klein, as widow. R 22827. 

133 

Hidden (The) brook: op. 1, no. 2; pf. 
© Frances E. Terry, as author. R 



22622 



134 



Highland Mary ; from the white cat, w 
AVilliam Jerome, m J. Schwartz. 
© Jean Schwartz, as author, and 
Maude Nugent Jerome, as widow. 
R 22744. 135 

Ho ! for the briny deep ; w Bartley C. 
Costello, m Ernest R. Ball. © 
Maude Lambert, as widow of the 
author of m, and Bartley Costello, 
as author. R 22475. 136 

How sweet and silent is the place; 
communion hymn, w Alice Freeman 
Palmer; women's voices. © Ham- 
ilton C. Macdougall, as author. R 
22726. 137 

Humoresque; by L. J. Quigley, op. 19; 
pf. © Sadie M. Quigley. as widow. 
R 22619. 138 



Humorous quartets & encores no. 1 ; 
female voices. © J. A. Parks, as 
author. R 22811. 139 

I am His child ; w and m Mrs. C. H. 
Morris. © Frances Morris Lunk, as 
child of the deceased author. R 
22580. 140 

I could make you marry me for that; 
w and m John T. Kelly. © Annie 
Kelly, as child of the deceased 
author. R 22534. 141 

I have a gay sweetheart ; song, John 
Cornelius Brashear. © Noidine 
Brashear, as child of the deceased 
author. R 22881. 142 

I'll love you forever and aye ; song, 
w Paul West. © John W. Bratton, 
as author. R 22854. 143 

I'm going to California : w Harry Wil- 
liams, m E. Van Alstyne. © Egbert 
Van Alstyne, as author, and Carolyn 
Quinn, as widow of the author of w. 
R 22483. 144 

I'm lonesome for you ; song, from The 
Isle of Bong Bong, w Will M. Hough 
and Frank R. Adams. © Joseph E. 
Howard, as author. R 22688. 145 

I'm mighty glad I'm living and that's 
all; song. © George M. Cohan, as 
author. R 22699. 146 

I sing the mighty power; by Arthur 
Sullivan, arr. as trio Charles P. 
Scott ; mixed voices. © Maude 
Ladd Scott, as widow. R 22906. 

147 

I want a man made to order for me ; 
from The earl and the girl, w Ar- 
thur Gillespie and Nat D. Mann, m 
N. D. Mann. © Rose Gillespie and 
Beatrice Mann, as widows. R 22737. 

148 

I will love you forever my dear ; from 
The man from now, w and m Manuel 
Klein. © Helen Klein, as widow. 
R 22532. 149 

I will never leave Thee ; w and m Mrs. 
C. H. Morris. © Frances Morris 
Lunk, as child of the deceased 
author. R 22574. 150- 

I wonder what the wild waves are say- 
ing ; w Harry Williams, m E. Van 
Alstyne. © Egbert Van Alstyne, as 
author, and Carolyn Quinn as 
widow of the author of w. R 22485. 

151 

Ieh moehte. ich ware; v. Gustaf Fin- 
ding, deutsch Woldemar Kolpyts- 



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chew, in Jean Sibelius, rev. © 
Wilhelm Dugge, as author of revi- 
sion. R 22468. 152 

If I could love thee ; w Louise Alston 
Burleigh, m Samuel Coleridge-Tay- 
lor. 1. In F.— 2. In A flat. © 
Jessie Sarah Fleetwood Coleridge- 
Taylor, as widow. R 22813,22814. 

153, 154 

If I were on the stage ; from M'lle 
Modiste, Victor Herbert ; hotel orch. 
© Ella Bartlett and Clifford Her- 
bert, as children of the deceased 
author. R 22495. 155 

If you'll only trust your heart to me ; 
w Bartley C. Costello, m Ernest R. 
Ball. © Maude Lambert, as widow 
of the author of m, and Bartley 
Costello, as author. R 22474. 156 

In a gondola ; song, w from the poem 
by Robert Browning; bar. © John 
Beach, as author. R 22930. 157 

In black and white ; arr. for voc. 
orch. ; in G. © John W. Bratton, as 
author of the arrangement. R 
22826. 158 

In der nacht ; von Ludvig Schytte, op. 
141, no. 5 ; klavier. © Anna 
Schytte, as child of the deceased au- 
thor. R 22646. 159 

In the golden autumn time, my sweet 
Elaine; w Richard H. Gerard, m 
S. R. Henry. © Henry R. Stern, as 
author of m. R 22669. 160 

In the land of cotton ; Crest minstrel 
overture and opening cho. no. 2, arr. 
© Isidore Witmark, as author. R 
22528. 161 

c h 0- pt s . (g) Isidore 

Witmark, as author. R 22543. 162 

Injun gal; song, w P. C. Mason. © 
Ellis R. Ephraim, as author. R 
22490. 163 

Is he yours ; song, w Ada R. Haber- 
son. © Robert Harkness, as au- 
thor. R 22888. 164 

It's easy, dead easy ; song, w Heelan 
and Moran. © Seymour Furth, as 
author. R 22548. 165 

It's hard to be a hero; from Wonder- 
land, w Glen MacDonough, m Victor 
Herbert. © Ella Bartlett and Clif- 
ford Herbert, as children of the de- 
ceased author of m, and Alan Mac- 
Donough, as child of the deceased 
author of w. R 22524. 166 



Jesus, my strength, my hope ; hymn- 
anthem, w Chas. Wesley. © J. 
Christopher Marks, as author. R 
22721. 167 

Jolly (The) bugler; march and two 
step ; pf. © Harry Israel, as au- 
thor. R 22563. 168 

Julie Dooley; song, from His high- 
ness the bey, w Will M. Hough and 
Frank R. Adams. © Joseph E. 
Howard, as author. R 22681. 169 

Jungle (The) march. © Mose Gum- 
ble, as author. R 22845. 170 

Kinder-suite; mit benutzung von 
volks- u. kinderliedern, Ludvig 
Schytte, op. 142a; pf., 2 violinen, 
violoncell u. kinder-instrumente mit 
gesang ad lib. © Anna Schytte, as 
widow. R 22641. 171 

Kisses ; from The white cat, w Wil- 
liam Jerome, m J. Schwartz. © 
Jean Schwartz, as author, and 
Maude Nugent Jerome, as widow. 
R 22745. 172 

Lancers ; from Miss Dolly Dollars, 
Victor Herbert, arr. Otto Langey ; 
orch. © Lizzie Langey, as widow. 
R 22844. 173 

Land (The) of romance; serenade, 
from Bebe of the West, Karl L. 
Hoschna; pf. duet. © Hettie 
Hoschna, as widow. R 22850. 174 

Laughing nymph ; valse piquante, An- 
dor Pinter; pt. © Emma May Pin- 
ter, as widow. R 22562. 175 

Laughing (The) school; from Society 
circus, w Sidney C. Rosenfeld, m 
Manuel Klein. © Helen Klein, as 
widow. R 22553. 176 

Leave the door ajar ; song, w Paul 
West. © John W. Bratton, as au- 
thor. R 22556. 177 

Let chimes of Easter be gladly rung; 
pt. song, English, James C. Macy, m 
Franz Abt; women's voices. © 
Mary E. S. Macy, as widow. R 
22719. 178 

Light and free; concert valse. C. A. 
Egener ; vocal orch. ; in C. © 
Louisa Egener, as widow. R 22515. 

179 

Light upon the twilight hour; anthem, 
w Lillias C. Nevin, m Arthur F. M. 
Custance ; mixed voices. © Alberta 
Custance Haben, as widow of the 
author of m. R 22841. ISO 



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Like the rose he wears today ; w B. C. 
Costello, m Ernest R. Ball. © 
Bartley C. Costello, as author of w 
and Maude Lambert, as widow of 
author of m. R 22550. 181 

Little (A) class of one; from It hap- 
pened in Nordland, Victor Herbert, 
arr. for hotel orch. © Ella Bartlett 
and Clifford Herbert, as children of 
the deceased author. R 22848. 182 

■ w Glen MacDonough, m Vic- 
tor Herbert. © Ella Bartlett and 
Clifford Herbert, as children of the 
deceased author of m, and Alan 
MacDonough, as child of the de- 
ceased author of w. R 22525. 183 

Little (The) Michus ; musical play, A. 
Vanloo and G. Duval, English, 
Henry Hamilton, lyrics Percy 
Greenbank, m Andre Messager. 
Voc. sc. © Jean Messager, as next 
of kin of the author of m, who is 
not living. R 22928. 184 

Live by the rule called golden ; song, 
w H. O. Devah. © William Edie 
Marks, as author. R 22693. 185 

Lojko's lied ; op. 13. no. 4 ; hohe 
stimme. © Bernhard Sekles, as 
author of m. R 22638. 186 

Love is a silver boat ; w Nelle Rich- 
mond Eberhart; high voice. © 
Charles Wakefield Cadman, as au- 
thor. R 22757. 187 

Love is like a cigarette; from It hap- 
pened in Nordland, w Glen MacDon- 
ough, m Victor Herbert. © Ella 
Bartlett, and Clifford Herbert, as 
children of the deceased author of 
m, and Alan MacDonough, as child 
of the deceased author of w. R 
22526. 188 

Love me ; song. © Arthur A. Penn, 
as author. R 22486. 189 

Love's passing; w Louise Alston Bur- 
leigh, m Samuel Coleridge-Taylor. 
1. in F.— 2. In A flat. © Jessie 
Sarah Fleetwood Coleridge-Taylor, 
as widow. R 22821, 22822. 

190, 191 

Lullaby; by Albert W. Berg; pf. © 
Lillie Berg, as child of the deceased 
author. R 22661. 192 

Lu-Lu-Lucretia ; w Benj. F. Barnett, 
m Ernest R. Ball. © Maude Lam- 
bert, as widow of the author of m. 
R 22482. 193 



Mademoiselle de Belle-Isle ; dramma 
lirico di Paul Milliet, m Spiro Sa- 
mara, rid. per canto e pf. © Anna 
Samara, as widow. R 22567. 194 

M'lle Modiste; entr'acte, Victor Her- 
bert; pf. © Ella Bartlett, and 
Clifford Herbert, as children of the 
deceased author. R 22851. 195 

finale 1, w Henry Blossom, m 

Victor Herbert. © Ella Bartlett, 
and Clifford Herbert, as children of 
the deceased author of m, and Mar- 
jorie Wilson, as widow of the au- 
thor of w. R 22493. 196 

Mah pretty Chloe from Tennessee ' r w 
Frank Craven, m Ernest R. Ball. 
© Maude Lambert, as widow of the 
author of m. R 22472. 197 

Make me pure; w and m Mrs. C. H. 
Morris. © Frances Morris Lunk. 
as child of the deceased author. R 
22582. . 198 

Man (The) behind the club; from 
Fritz in Tammany Hall, w William 
Jerome, m J. Schwartz. © Jean 
Schwartz, as author and Maud 
Nugent Jerome, as widow. R 22925. 

199 

Man (The) from now; opening cho., 
scene 2, w John Hendrick Bangs, m 
Manuel Klein. © Helen Klein, as 
widow. R 22491. 200 

Man's (A) song; w James Thomson; 
bass; in C. © Victor Harris, as 
author. R 22461. 201 

Manuel Menendez ; lyrisches drama, 
Vittorio Bianchi u. Antonio Anile, 
deutsch, G. Droescher, m Lorenzo 
Filiasi ; klavierauszug mit deuts- 
chem text. © Georg Droescher, as 
author. R 22568. 202 

Marche japonaise ; by A. Tellier ; pf. 
© Wilhelm Aletter, as author. R 
22602. 203 

Marsch in C ; by Carl Reger, op. 15, 
no. 10; pf. © Beatrice Emma 
Barnard, as widow. R 22612. 

204 

Mass of the sacred heart; mixed 
voices. © Alfred G. Robyn, as au- 
thor. R 22516. 205 

May-day; by L. A. Bugbee; pf. © 
Charles I. Davis, as widower. R 
22934. 206 

May flowers; 2-pt. canon, w and m A. 
Mary R. Dobson ; equal voices. © 
A. T. A. Dobson, as next of kin of 



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the author, who is not living. R 

22878. 207 

Mayor (The) of Tokio ; Japanese op- 
era, bk. R. Carle, m Wm. Frederick 
Peters. © Richard Carle, as author. 
R 22558. 207* 

Mazurka ; di Ernesto Becucci, op. 308, 
no. 3 ; pf . © Rosa Ceresoli, as next 
of kin of the author, who is not liv- 
ing. R 22571. 208 

Meditation. 1. Voc. solo. — 2. 2 mands., 
guit. and pf. — 3. Violin and pf. — 4. 
Pf. duet.— 5. Organ. © Charles 
Sumner Morrison, as author. R 
22858-22862. 209-213 

Meet me on the fence tonight; from 
The white cat, w William Jerome, 
m J. Schwartz. © Jean Schwartz, 
as author and Maude Nugent Je- 
rome, as widow. R 22739. 214 

Menuet ; by Carl Reger, op. 15, no. 1 ; 
pf . ; in G. © Beatrice Emma 
Barnard, as widow. R 22603. 215 

Menuet enf antin ; op. 129, no. 7; pf. 
© August Nolck, as author. R 
22632. 216 

Menuetto; by Carl Reger, op. 13, no. 

5 ; pf . © Beatrice Emma Barnard,. 

/as widow. R 22588. 217 

Mer calme ; barcarolle, Theodore Lack, 
op. 239; pf. © Berthe Marguerite 
Victorine Tissier, as widow. R 
22875. 218 

Merango (The) ; Cuban dance, Rosa- 
mond Johnson ; pf. © J. Rosamond 
Johnson, as author. R 22663. 219 

Merchant (The) of Venice; suite from 
the incidental music ; pf. © Fred- 
erick Rosse, as author. R 22914. 

220 

Mes chers souvenirs ; orch. © Ernesto 
Gillet, as author. R 22834. 221 

Mexicana ; novelette ; pf . © Percy 
Wenrich, as author. * R 22479. 222 

Military Willie; from His honor the 
mayor, w Chas. J. Campbell and 
Ralph M. Skinner, m Julian Ed- 
wards. © Emily Edwards, as next 
of kin of the author, who is not 
living. R 22488. 223 

Mr. Lawson the man from Boston ; 
from The ham tree, w William 
Jerome, m J. Schwartz. © Jean 
Schwartz, as author, and Maude 
Nugent Jerome, as widow. R 
22734. 224 



Moon dear; from A society circus, w 
and m Manuel Klein. © Helen 
Klein, as widow. R 22557. 225 

More (The) excellent way ; song, w 
E. D. Elliott. © William Edie 
Marks, as author. R 22694. 226 

Morning (A) in spring; 2-pt. canon, w 
and m A. Mary R. Dobson ; equal 
voices. © A. T. A. Dobson, as next 
of kin of the author, who is not 
living. R 22877. 227 

Morning march ; op. 1, no. 4 ; pf . © 
Frances E. Terry, as author. R 
22624. 228 

Mountain ( The ) king ; w Percy Camp- 
bell Mason, m Walter A. Phillips. 
© Evelyn Jane Oxner, as child of 
the deceased author of in. R 
22662. 229 

My broncho boy; w George V. Hobart, 
m A. Baldwin Sloane. © Mae Au- 
werda Sloane, as widow. R 22673. 

230 

My daisiest Daisy ; w Raymond A. 
Browne, m William H. Penn. © L. 
Ruth Penn, as widow. R 22545. 

231 

My gal Sal; song, P. Dresser. © 
Theodore Dreiser, as next of kin of 
the author, who is not living, and as 
the executor of the author. R 22625. 

232 

My heart; song, w Josephine Daskam. 
© Charles Wakefield Cadman, as 
author. R 22869. 233 

My Illinois; song, from The Isle of 
Bong Bong, w Will M. Hough and 
Frank R. Adams. © Joseph E. 
Howard, as author. R 22683. 234 

My Irish Daisy; from Fritz in Tam- 
many Hall, w Wm. Jerome, m 
Maude Nugent and J. Schwartz. © 
Jean Schwartz, as one of the au- 
thors of m and Maude Nugent 
Jerome, as one of the authors of m 
and the widow of the author of w. 
R 22923. 235 

My lady of Japan ; from The white 
cat, w William Jerome, m J. 
Schwartz. © Jean Schwartz, as 
author, and Maude Nugent Jerome, 
as widow. R 22738. 236 

My pals are my pipe and my stein ; w 
Heelan and Moran, m Seymour 
Furth. © Hazel Furth, as widow. 
R 22S46. 237 



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My sins are forgiven; song, w Ada R. 
Habershon. © Robert Harkness, 
as author. R 22887. 238 

My sins ! my sins ! my Saviour ; w J. S. 
B. Monsell, m William Wallace Gil- 
christ ; in C min. © Susan B. Gil- 
christ, as widow. R 22874. 239 

My Uncle Sam ; from The Isle of Bong 
Bong, w Will M. Hough and Frank 
R. Adams. © Joseph E. Howard, 
as author. R 22687. 240 

My wigwam lady; w William Jerome, 
m J. Schwartz. © Jean Schwartz, 
as author, and Maude Nugent Je- 
rome, as widow. R 22852. 241 

Napoleon I ; novelette ; pf . © Lee 
Orean Smith, as author. R 22678. 

242 

Nature (The) class; from Wonder- 
land, w Glen MacDonough, m Vic- 
tor Herbert. © Ella Bartlett and 
Clifford Herbert, as children of the 
deceased author of m, and Alan 
MacDonough. as child of the de- 
ceased author of w. R 22500. 243 

Nearer Thee; by Joseph Barnby, arr. 
Charles P. Scott ; mixed voices. © 
Maude Ladd Scott, as widow. R 
22946. 244 

Night (The) sea's lullaby; song, w 
Alfred H. Hyatt; in G. © Valen- 
tine Hemery, as author. R 22756. 

245 

Nina ; canzonetta, G. B. Pergolesi, 
English version ; high voice. © Th. 
Baker, as author. R 22460. 246 

No one can take your place ; w Ed. 
Gardenier, m J. Fred Helf. © Bes- 
sie Helf, as widow. R 22708. 247 

Norma, the social reformer; song, 
from Princess beggar. © Alfred G. 
Robyn, as author of m, and Edward 
Paulton, as author of w. R 22547. 

248 

Nothing satisfies but Jesus; w and m 
Mrs. C. H. Morris. © Frances Mor- 
ris Lunk, as child of the deceased 
author. R 22579. 249 

Now the day is over ; song, w S. Bar- 
ing Gould. © Robert Harkness, as 
author. R 22889. 250 

Nfydia waltz; by Thomas H. Rollin- 
son : arch. © Henry P. Puncher, as 
executor. R 22720. 251 

O let Him in ; w C. D. Martin, m 
Charles H. Gabriel. © Charles H. 



Gabriel, jr., as child of the deceased 
author. R 22750. 252 

O salutaris Hostia ; solo ; med. voice. 
© Charles Sumner Morrison, as 
author. R 22863. 253 

O send out Thy light ; anthem, w arr. 
and written Caroline Hazard ; 
women's voices. © Hamilton C. 
MacDougall, as author. R 22728. 

254 

O that we two were maying ; w 
Charles Kingsley; low voice. © 
Oley Speaks, as author. R 22867. 

255 

O wert thou in the cauld blast; pt. 
song, w Robert Burns ; women's 
voices. © Hamilton C. Macdou- 
gall, as author. R 22729. 256 

Oh the deuce what's the use; song, 
from The Isle of Bong Bong, w Will 
M. Hough and Frank R. Adams. 
© Joseph E. Howard, as author. 
R 22686. 257 

Old (The) time fire; w W. H. Bath- 
urst, arr., m Daniel B. Towner. © 
Ada Page Towner, as widow. R 
22454. 258 

On the Rialto ; song, Clare Kunimer. 
© Clare Kummer Henry, as author. 
R 22560. 259 

On the rocky road to Dublin; charac- 
teristic march; pf. © Ellis R. 
Ephraim, as author. R 22555. 260 

One Christmas night in Dixie; w 
Frank O. French, m Max S. Witt. 
© Albert Witt, as next of kin of the 
author who is not living. R 22674. 

261 

One little girl ; w Chas. Noel Douglas, 
m Ernest R. Ball. © Maude Lam- 
bert, as widow of the author of m. 
R 22480. 262 

One thousand miles from shore ; w 
Edgar T. Farran, m J. Ringleben ; 
bass. © Justin Ring, as author of 
m. R 22713. 263 

Only a sinner ; w James M. Gray, m 
Daniel B. Towner. © Ada Page 
Towner, as widow. R 22455. 264 

Only in Thee; w T. O. Chisholm, m 
Charles H. Gabriel. © Charles H. 
Gabriel, jr., as child of the deceased 
author. R 22754. 265 

Oracolo (L') ; dal u The cat and the 
cherub, C. B. Fernald. Voc. sc. © 
Franco Leoni, as author. R 22541. 

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Pansy, Pansy; w Bartley C. Costello, 
m Ernest R. Ball. © Maude Lam- 
bert, as widow of author of m, and 
Bartley Costello, as author of w. 
R 22537. 267 

Pas des nymphs; petite mazurka, A. 
Tellier, op. 14, no. 10; pf. © Wil- 
helm Aletter, as author. R 22599. 



Paul Revere's ride ; cantata, w Henry 
Wadsworth Longfellow; bar. solo, 
cho. and orch. Voc. sc. © Carl 
Busch, as author. R 22730. 269 

Peaches and cream; pf. © Percy 
Wenrich, as author. R 22513. 270 

Peter Pan; selection, John Crook; pf. 
© Alice Crook, as widow. R 22675. 

271 

Petite caline ; intermezzo ; orch. © 
Ernesto Gillet, as author. R 22830. 

272 

Plaudermaulchen ; op. 129, no. 3 ; pf . 
© August Nolck, as author. R 
22628. 273 

Polka ; di Ernesto Becucci, op. 308, no. 
2; pf. © Rosa Ceresoli, as next of 
kin of the author, who is not living. 
R 22572. 274 

Polnischer tanz ; by Carl Reger, op. 
15, no. 8 ; pf . © Beatrice Emma 
Barnard, as widow. R 22610. 275 

Praises ; by E. O. Excell. © Edwin O. 
Excell, jr., as next of kin of the 
author, who is not living. R 22696. 

276 

Pray without ceasing; w and m Mrs. 
C. H. Morris. © Frances Morris 
Lunk, as child of the deceased au- 
thor. R 22581. 277 

Premier (Le) jour de mai ; by A. Tel- 
lier, op. 14, no. 5; pf. © Wilhelm 
Aletter, as author. R 22594. 278 

Premiere (La) violette ; scherzino, A. 
Tellier, op. 14, no. 2 ; pf . © Wil- 
helm Aletter, as author. R 22591. 

279 

Queen's (The) Christmas carol; an- 
thology of poems, music, etc., ed. 
Hall Caine. © Mary Hall Caine, as 
widow. R 22777. 279* 

Quigley (L. J.) Notturno ; op. 17; pf. 
© Sadie M. Quigley, as widow. R 
22618. 280 

Rainbow ; waltz, on Leigh and Pether's 
song ; pf . © Henry E. Pether, as 
author. R 22506. 281 



Recollections of my old cabin home. 
© Frank D. Craig, as author. R 

22882. 282 

Redman (Harry N.) Sonata; op. 16; 
violin and pf. © Harry N. Redman, 
as author. R 22933. 283 

Reponse (La) du berger ; gavotte; 
orch. © Ernesto Gillet, as author. 
R 22833. 284 

Retour des moissonneurs ; chant popu- 
laire, A. Tellier, op. 14, no. 7; pf. 
© Wilhelm Aletter, as author. R 
22596. 285 

Reve orientale; von Ludvig Schytte, 
op. 141, no. 3; klavier. © Anna 
Schytte, as child of the deceased 
author. R 22644. 286 

Reverie a deux ; op. 22, no. 3 ; pf. 
© Arthur Hinton, as author. R 
22650. 287 

Romanze; by Carl Reger, op. 13, no. 
4; pf. © Beatrice Emma Barnard, 
as widow. R 22587. 288 

op. 14, no. 3 ; klavier. © Er- 

manno Wolf-Ferrari, as author. R 
22654. 289 

Rondino ; by Carl Reger, op. 13, no. 2 ; 
pf. © Beatrice Emma Barnard, as 
widow. R 22585. 290 

Rondo villageois ; by A. Tellier, op. 14, 
no. 4; pf. © Wilhelm Aletter, as 
author. R 22593. 291 

Rook ( The ) and the robin ; song, 
from Princess beggar. © Alfred G. 
Robyn, as author of m, and Edward 
Paulton, as author of w. R 22535. 

292 

Rosey [sic] red cheek; w B. C. Cos- 
tello, m Ernest R. Ball. © Bartley 
C. Costello, as author and Maude 
Lambert, as widow of the author of 
m. R 22732. 293 

Sabbath praises ; w and m Mrs. C. H. 
Morris. © Frances Morris Lunk, 
as child of the deceased author. R 
22577. 294 

Same old moon ; song, from The land 
of nod, w Will M. Hough and Frank 
R. Adams. © Joseph E. Howard, 
as author. R 22689. 295 

Saved and kept; w C. D. Martin, m 
Charles H. Gabriel. © Charles H. 
Gabriel, jr., as child of the de- 
ceased author. R 22753. 296 

Scene d'amour; op. 22, no. 2; pf. © 
Arthur Hinton, as author. R 22649. 

297 



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Science; from The man from now, w 
John Kendrick Bangs, m Manuel 
Klein. © Helen Klein, as widow. 
R 22531. 298 

Seduction ; valse lente ; pf . © Er- 
nesto Gillet, as author. R 22831. 

299 

Seems to me I've always loved you ; 
w Bartley C. Costello, m Ernest R. 
Ball. © Bartley Costello, as au- 
thor, and Maude Lambert, as widow 
of author of m. R 22476. 300 

She was only in Paris for a year; w 
Jas. T. Powers, m Ernest R. Ball. 
© Maude Lambert, New York, as 
widow of the author of m. R 
22470. 301 

Sicilianischer tanz ; op. 129, no. 8 ; pf . 
© August Nolck, as author. R 
22633. 302 

Silverheels ; Indian ballad, w James 
O'Dea, melody Neil Moret. © 
Charles N. Daniels, as author of m, 
and Anna O'Dea, as widow of au- 
thor of w. R 22507. 303 

Snowflakes ; gavotte, Luella Lockwood 
Moore; pf. © Lebaron Lockwood, 
as next of kin of the author who is 
not living. R 22927. 304 

So will I comfort you ; w and m Mrs. 
C. H. Morris. © Frances Morris 
Lunk, as child of the deceased au- 
thor. R 22578. 305 

Someone ; w B. C. Costello, m Karl 
L. Hoschna. © Bartley C. Costello, 
as author, and Hettie Hoschna, as 
widow. R 22549. 306 

Someone thinks of someone ; w Ed. 
Gardenier, m J. Fred Helf. © Bes- 
sie Helf, as widow. R 22711. 307 

Song of the Nubian girl; w Thomas 
Moore, m Samuel Coleridge-Taylor. 
© Jessie Sarah Fleetwood Cole- 
ridge-Taylor, as widow. R 22823. 

308 

Songs of the South; male voices. © 
J. A. Parks, as author. R 22812. 

309 

Sound advice; song. © Harry Lau- 
der, and J. D. Harper, as authors. 
R 22924. 310 

Southwinds; pf. © George A. Grant- 
Schaefer. as author. R 22909. 311 

Spinning song; by Johannes Ziegler. 
op. 20. no. :J ; pf . © Annie E. Zieu- 
ler, as widow. R 22904. 312 



Spirit (The) of Harvard; w J. Cheev- 
er Goodwin, m F. H. Grey. © 
Frank H. Grey, as author, and Ida 
Goodwin, as widow. R 22511. 313 

Spread the news busy bees; pf. © 
Ulysses J. Alsdorf, as author. R 
22542. 314 

Spring ; w George Taggart ; male 
quartette. © William Christopher 
O'Hare, as author. R 22501. 315 

Summer ; w George Taggart : male 
quartette. © William Christopher 
O'Hare, as author. R 22502. 316 

Sunrise ; 2-pt. canon, w and m A. 
Mary R. Dobson ; equal voices. © 
A. T. A. Dobson, as next of kin of 
the author, who is not living. R 
22879. 317 

Sweetest (The) girl of all; song, Rich- 
ard H. Gerard. © Richard Gerard 
Husch, as author. R 22913. 318 

Tainted gold; from Society circus, w 
Sidney Rosenfeld, m Manuel Klein. 
© Helen Klein, as widow. R 22552. 

319 

Tarantelle; by Carl Reger, op. 15, no. 
6; pf. © Beatrice Emma Barnard, 
as widow. R 22608. 320 

Tell me ; w Frank Dempster Sherman, 
m Liza Lehmann. © Herbert Bed- 
ford, as widower of the author of 
m. R 24455 321 

Tell me pretty girl, did you smile on 
me; w Frederic W. Hager, m Justus 
Ringleben. © Justin Ring, as au- 
thor of music. R 22710. 322 

Tender and true ; waltz, Albert W. 
Berg; pf. © Lillie Berg, as child 
of the deceased author. R 22660. 

323 

Tete a tete (A) at eight; song. © 
Barney Fagan, as author. R 22847. 

324 

That's why we're here ; from The man 
from now, w John Kendrick Bangs, 
m Manuel Klein. © Helen Klein, 
as widow. R 22736. 325 

That sweet story: w James Rowe, m 
E. O. Excell. © Edwin Excell, as 
next of kin of the author, who is not 
living. R 22465. 326 

That would never do for me ; song, 
from Princess beggar. © Alfred G. 
Robyn, as author of m, and Edward 
Paulton, as author of w. R 22554. 

327 



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Therefore with joy; festival anthem. 
© Caleb Simper, as author. R 
22952. 328 

This is how I do ; from The sho-gun, 
■w G. Ade, m Gustav Luders. © 
Gustav W. Chase and Edward 
Konig, as next of kin of author of 
m, who is not living, and George 
Ade, as author of w. R 22522. 329 

Throw out the gospel line; w and m 
Mrs. C. H. Morris. © Frances 
Morris Lunk, as child of the de- 
ceased author. R 22576. 330 

Time (The), the place and the girl; 
from M'lle Modiste, Victor Herbert ; 
hotel orch. © Ella Bartlett and 
Clifford Herbert, as children of the 
deceased author. R 22494. 331 

To teach the young idea how to shoot, 
shoot, shoot ; w G. Ade, m Gustav 
Luders. © Gustav W. Chase and 
Edward Konig, as next of kin of 
author of m, who is not living, and 
George Ade, as author of w. R 
22523. 332 

Treue liebe ; op. 13. no. 3 ; hohe 
stimme. © Bernhard Sekles, as au- 
thor of m. R 22637. 333 

Triumph (The) of the King; proces- 
sional hymn, w Lillias C. Nevin. <c) 
George B. Nevin, as author. R 
22724. 334 

Tschaikowsky (Peter Iljitch) 1812 
overture solennelle; condensed and 
arr. ; orch. © Adolf Schmid, as au- 
thor. 22918. 335 

Twilight; pf. © George A. Grant- 
Schaefer, as author. R 22908. 336 

Twilight beautiful twilight; w B. C. 
Costello, m Ernest R. Ball. © 
Bartley C. Costello, as author and 
Maude Lambert, as widow of author 
of m. R 22731. 337 

Valse-reverie ; von Ludwig Schytte. 
op. 141, no. 6 ; klavier. © Anna 
Schytte, as child of the deceased au- 
thor. R. 22647. 338 

Valse tranquil ; pf . © Percy Wen- 
rich, as author. R 22508. 339 

Valsette gracieuse; pf. © George A. 
Grant-Schaefer, as author. R 22910. 

340 



Violet (The) bank; poem Darling, m 
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor. © Jes- 
sie Sarah Fleetwood Coleridge-Tay- 
lor, as widow. R 22825. 341 

Vision (A) ; w Louise Alston Bur- 
leigh, m Samuel Coleridge-Taylor. 
1. In B flat.— 2. In D. © Jessie 
Sarah Fleetwood Coleridge-Taylor, 
as widow of the author. R 22815, 
22816. 342, 343 

Visitors ; song, w Helen Hay Whit- 
ney; in G. © Waddington Cooke, 



as author. R 22540. 



344 



Voice (The) for it; from Wonderland, 
w Glen MacDonough, m Victor 
Herbert. © Ella Bartlett and Clif- 
ford Herbert, as children of the de- 
ceased author of m, and Alan Mac- 
Donough, as child of the deceased 
author of w. R 22509. 345 

Voice (The) of the dove; song, w 
Joaquin Miller. © Charles Willeby, 
as author. R 22873. 346 

Voiceless (The) ; song, w Oliver Wen- 
dell Holmes ; mixed voices. © 
George Siemonn, as author. R 
22764. 347 

Wake up Malinda ; by Maude Nugent ; 
pf. © Maude Nugent Jerome, as 
author. R 22469. 348 

Waldmarchen ; op. 129, no. 4, pf. © 
August Nolck, as author. R 22629. 

349 

Waltz (The) must change to a march 
Marie ; w Arthur J. Lamb, m J. 
Fred Helf. © Bessie Helf, as 
widow. R 22709. 350 

We are marching ; song, w C. D. Mar- 
tin. © W. Stillman Martin, as 
author. R 22466. 351 

Wee (The) MacGreegor; Highland 
patrol; orch. © Harry George 
Amers, as author. R 22916. 352 

Welcome; song. © Benjamin Hap- 
good Burt, as author. R 22565. 

353 

Welcome, happy morning ; Easter 
carol, w V. Fortunatus, J. Ellerton, 
tr. © Charles Fonteyn Manney, as 
author. R 22723. 354 

Werbung; op. 13, no. 5; hohe stimme. 
© Bernhard Sekles, as author of m. 
R 22639. 355 



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What a Saviour; w Charlotte G. 
Homer, m C. H. Gabriel. © Charles 
H. Gabriel, jr., as child of the de- 
ceased author. R 22748. 356 

What the nightingale sang; 2-pt. 
canon, w and m A. Mary R. Dobson ; 
equal voices. © A. T. A. Dobson, 
as next of kin of the author, who 
is not living. R 22876. 357 

What Thou hast given me ; w Charles 
Kingsley, m Samuel Coleridge-Tay- 
lor. © Jessie Sarah Fleetwood 
Coleridge-Taylor, as widow. R 
22824. 358 

When F. O. E. spells friend; song, 
m Theo. H. Northrup. © Bartley 
C. Costello, as author. R 22733. 

359 

When sinks the sun so gently; w Jes- 
sie Mae Jewitt, m Ernest R. Ball. 
© Jessie Mae Jewitt White, as au- 
thor of w and Maude Lambert, as 
widow of author of m. R 22478. 

360 

When stars are in the quiet skies; 
song, low voice. © Oley Speaks, 
as author. R 22868. 361 

When the bridegroom comes ; w Anna 
Huber Kent, m Daniel B. Towner. 
© Ada Page Towner, as widow. R 
22458. 362 

When the right little girl comes along ; 
song, w Paul Barnes. © E. Ray 
Goetz, as author. R 22679. 363 

When the roses fade away ; song. © 
Dan J. Sullivan, as author. R 
22496. 364 

When you grow tired just let me 
know ; from The land of nod, w Ad- 
dison Burkhardt. © Joseph E. 
Howard, as author. R 22691. 365 

Where the wild vine clings ; from His 
honor the mayor, w Chas. J. Camp- 
bell and Ralph M. Skinner, m Julian 
Edwards. © Emily Edwards, as 
next of kin of the author, who is not 
living. R 22487. 366 

Why do I love you ; w Thomas Lit- 
tlefield Marble, m Florence Ednah 
Chipman ; in E flat. © Florence 
Chipman Berwick, as author. R 
22615. 367 



Will you love me in December as you 
do in May ; w J. J. Walker, m Ernest 
R. Ball. © James J. Walker, as 
author of w, and Maude Lambert, 
as widow of author of m. R 22481. 

368 

Wind from the western land ; w Clif- 
ton Bingham, m H. H. Trotere. 1. 
In B flat.— 2. In C— 3. In D.— 4. In 
E flat. © Jeanie Trotere, as widow. 
R 22758. 369 

Winter ; w George Taggart ; male 
quartette. © William Christopher 
O'Hare, as author. R 22504. 370 

Wolf- Ferrari (Ermanno) Capriccio ; 
op. 14, no. 2; klavier. © Ermanno 
Wolf-Ferrari, as author. R 22656. 

371 

Melodie; op. 14, no. 1 ; pf . © 

Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari, as author. 
R 22655. 372 

Wonderful (The) Redeemer; w C. D. 
Martin, m Charles H. Gabriel. © 
Charles H. Gabriel, jr., as child of 
the deceased author. R 22751. 373 

Wonderland ; by Victor Herbert ; pf . 
1. Entr'acte, act 2.-2. Finale 2.— 
3. Entr'acte, opening act 3. © Ella 
Bartlett and Clifford Herbert, as 
children of the deceased author. R 
22519-22521. 374-376 

— — musical extravaganza, book and 
lyrics Glen MacDonough, m Victor 
Herbert. Vocal sc. © Ella Bart- 
lett and Clifford Herbert, as chil- 
dren of the deceased author of m. 
and Alan MacDonough, as child of 
the deceased author of w. R 22512. 

377 

overture, Victor Herbert ; pf . © 

Ella Bartlett and Clifford Herbert, 
as children of the deceased author. 
R 22517. 378 

selection, Victor Herbert; pf. © 

Ella Bartlett and Clifford Herbert, 
as children of the deceased author. 
R 22828. 379 

Woodcutters (The) ; from Princess 
beggar, w E. Paulton, m A. G. 
Robyn. © Edward Paulton and Al- 
fred G. Robyn, as authors. R 
22857. 380 

You only you; from His honor the 
mayor, w Chas. J. Campbell and 



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Ralph Skinner, m Julian Edwards. 
© Emily Edwards, as next of kin 
of the author, who is not living. R 
22489. 381 

You're crazy with the heat ; w and m 
A. Baldwin Sloane. © Mae Au- 
werda Sloane, as widow. R 22664. 

382 

You're the nicest man I ever saw; w 
George V. Hobart, m A. Baldwin 
SJoane. © Mae Auwerda Sloane, 
as widow. R 22670. 383 

You're the only one for me ; duet, from 
Princess beggar, w E. Paulton, m 



A. G. Robyn. © Alfred G. Robyn, 
as author of m, and Edward Paul- 
ton, as author of w. R 22536. 384 

Zuleika ; Oriental waltz, Samuel Cole- 
ridge-Taylor ; pf . © Jessie Sarah 
Fleetwood Coleridge-Taylor, as 
widow. R 22818. 385 

Zur guitarre; op. 129, no. 6 ; pf . © 
August Nolck, as author. R 22631. 

386 

2905; incidental m for end of pro- 
logue, changed to The man from 
now, Manuel Klein. © Helen Klein, 
as widow. R 22492. 387 



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CATALOGUE 



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COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 3 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



INCLUDING: 

LIST OF COPYRIGHT RENEWALS 



1933 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 28 
No. 2 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1933 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



Explanations to be Noted by Users of This Catalogue 

THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 3, 
containing the entries for musical compositions and dramatico-musical com- 
positions, is issued at monthly intervals in twelve numbers each year, and 
is followed by a complete index for the year. The general arrangement is an 
alphabet of the titles of the musical works with certain exceptions explained 
hereafter. The arrangement is alphabetical under the first word of the title 
(except "a," "an," or "the," or the corresponding foreign articles), and a 
grouping at the end of the title alphabet of such titles as will not conveniently 
alphabetize (e. g., titles beginning with numerals, dates, etc.). 

EXCEPTIONS. — (1) In the case of editions of classical music, instead of dis- 
tributing them under the titles, each author's works are brought together by 
an entry under the original composer's name, and for such works search should 
be made in this number under the following names: Bach (Johann Sebastian); 
Brahms (Johannes); Chaminade (Cecile Louise Stephanie); Grieg (Edvard 
Hagerup); Handel (Georg Friedrich) ; Haydn (Franz Josef); Palestrina 
(Giovanni Pierluigi Santo); Rubinstein (Anton Gregorovitch) ; Saint-Saens 
(Charles Camille); Schubert (Franz Peter); Schumann (Robert Alexander); 
Thomas (Charles Louis Ambroise) ; Wagner (Richard). 

(2) COLLECTIONS having general titles, such as " Fiinf studien," " 12 etudes 
elementaires," etc., and pieces published without individual identifying titles, 
but designating the class of musical work (e. g., "waltz," "dance," "march," 
" cantata," " schottische," " nocturne," " impromptu/' " sonata," " etude," 
" study," " exercise," etc., without differentiating words and only identifiable by 
the name of the composer) are entered under the composer's name without cross 
reference from the titles, and search should only be made under the names of 
the composers. 



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Piano music is understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. Titles 
reading " w " and " m " (signifying " words by," " music by ") are to be under- 
stood as songs. Songs are understood to be with piano accompaniment unless 
otherwise stated. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been 
abrogated, and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for 
entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalogue, the Copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: " E," Class E, Musi- 
cal compositions; " D," Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions; " © " implies 
copyright registration of a published composition, followed by date of publica- 
tion; "©1 c." stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed by date of 
receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy. 

A list of copyright renewals made for musical compositions under section 24 
of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found at the end of this issue immediately 
following the text. 

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The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or 
articles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and still remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Office may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that, in so far as any copyright 
articles deposited from January 1, 1920, to December 31, 1928, inclu- 
sive, are still remaining in the files of the Copyright Office and are 
not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or to any other 
governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or 
articles may be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested 
by such claimant prior to December 31, 1933. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright de- 
posits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical 
compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engrav- 
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photographs filed for identifying works of art may not be returned. 
No maps are available for return. 

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should make formal request for the return of the articles, which 
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RECIPROCAL PROTECTION OF MUSIC AGAINST UN- 
AUTHORIZED REPRODUCTION BY MECHANICAL 
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 

The United States has established reciprocal copyright protection 
for music against unauthorized reproduction by mechanical musical 
instruments in the case of the countries listed below. The Presi- 
dent's proclamations to this effect were printed in the Catalogue of 
Copyright Entries, Part 3, as follows: 

Australia and the territories of Papua and Norfolk Island, vol. 
13 (1918), pages vi-viii of no. 5; 

Austria, vol. IT (1922), pages vii-viii of no. 6, and vol. 20 (1925), 
pages vii-viii of nos. 3-4; 

Belgium, vol. 6 (1911), pages v-vi of no. 7; 

Canada, vol. 18 (1923), pages vi-viii of no. 8; 

Chile, vol. 20 (1925), pages vi-vii of nos. 11-12; 

Cuba, vol. 6 (1911), pages iv-v of no. 12; 

Czechoslovakia, vol. 22 (1927), pages vi-vii of no. 4; 

Denmark, vol. 15 (1920), pages xii-xiv of no. 13; 

Finland, vol. 23 (1928), pages vi-vii of no. 12; 

France, vol. 13 (1918), pages xi-xii of no. 5; 

Germany, vol. 6 (1911), pages vi-vii of no. 7, and vol. 17 (1922), 
pages ix-x of no. 6; 

Great Britain, vol. 10 (1915), pages viii-xi of no. 3, and vol. 15 
(1920), pages vi-ix of no. 13; 

Greece, vol. 27 (1932), pages vi-vii of no. 2; 

Hungary, vol. 17 (1922), pages xi-xii of no. 6; 

Irish Free State, vol. 24 (1929), pages vii-viii of no. 9; 

Italy, vol. 10 (1915), pages viii-ix of no. 4, and vol. 17 (1922), 
pages xiii-xiv of no. 6 ; 

Luxemburg, vol. 6 (1911), pages vii-viii of no. 7; 

Netherlands, vol. 18 (1923), pages vi-vii of no. 3; 

New Zealand, vol. 12 (1917), pages v-ix of no. 3, and vol. 17 
(1922), pages xv-xix of no. 6; 

Norway, vol. 6 (1911), pages ix-x of no. 7; 

Poland, vol. 22 (1927), pages vi-vii of no. 2; 

Rumania, vol. 23 (1928), pages vi-vii of no. 7; 

Sweden, vol. 15 (1920), pages vi-vii of no. 3; 

Switzerland, vol. 19 (1924), pages vii-viii of nos. 5-6; 

Union of South Africa, vol. 19 (1924), pages vi-vii of nos. 3-4. 



The copyright convention signed at the Fourth International 
American Conference at Buenos Aires on August 11, 1910, was pro- 
claimed by the President of the United States on July 13, 1914. This 
convention is understood to be in effect as between the United States 
and Bolivia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guate- 
mala, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, and Uruguay. 

(v) 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

NOTICE.— If the claimant of copyright is the same as the author of -words 
or music, no statement of authorship is given. 



A deux, c'est mieux ; fox-trot, paroles 
Jean Vorcet, m Gaston Claret, arr. 
Billy Golwyn; orch. ptes. © Dec. 
30, 1932; E for. 28324 ; H. Benjamin. 

2816 

A la fiera de Mast' Andrea ; madrigale 
napoletano, parole popolari antiche, 
m Renato Parodi ; 4 voci miste, con 
solo di sop., a cappella. Partitura. 
© Feb. 3, 1933; E for. 28442; G. 
Ricordi & co. 2817 

Accorcliomania ; by Pietro Frosini ; pf . 
accordion. © Jan. 5, 1933; E pub. 
34932; Alfred music co., inc. 2818 

Addio a Napoli; tango, Tito Murzilli, 
arr. Fritz Mueller-Melborn ; orch. 
pti. © Oct. 19, 1932 ; E for. 28452 ; 
Eduard Klockner. 2819 

Adorable; waltz, w Geo. Marion, jr., 
m Richard A. Whiting. © 1 c. Feb. 
9, 1933; E unp. 67475; Movietone 
music corp. 2820 

Adventslied; text Heinr. Elmenhorst 
[and] Nach dem segen ; text Ad. 
Schramm: m Joh. Wolfg. Frank, 
bearb. Hanns Miessner, op. 15, nr. 
3; mannerchor, a cappella. Parti- 
tur. © Dec. 31, 1932 ; E for. 28456 ; 
Ed. Bote & G. Bock. 2821 

Afraid; w Allen Stearn ; pf. © 1 c. 
Feb. 15, 1933 ; E unp. 67689 ; Marliii 
Lewis Merrill. 2822 

Ain't it too bad that I ain't; song, 
melody Kenneth Casey. © 1 c. Feb. 
21, 1933; E unp. 67900; Julius Co- 
hen. 2823 

Airs classiques; de Charles Marie de 
Weber, nouvelle ed. avec paroles 
franchises, d'apres les textes primi- 
tifs revus et nuances, A. L. Hettich ; 
voix elevees. 16 e v. © Dec. 1, 
1932; E for. 28331; Rouart, Lerolle 
et cie. 2824 

Airy, fairy lady; song, melody James 
L. Brown. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933; E 
unp. 67248 ; Eugene Rosenburg. 

2825 



Al ausentarte ; song, w Antonio R. 
Matos. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933 ; E unp. 
68169; Elena Zeno Matos. 2826 

Alabama rambles ; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1933; E unp. 67485; Louise Clark. 

2827 

Alarm clock blues ; fox trot, w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67897; Anthonv Youngs- 
worth. 2828 

Album of songs and charts ; arr. John 
Westbrook ; Hawaiian steel guit. © 
May 27, 1932; AA 114436; John 
James Westbrook, jr. 2829 

All because of you; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 67525 ; 
Laura H. Queen. 2830 

All I want is love and you ; song, 
melody Larry E. Goffin. © 1 c. Feb. 
24, 1933; E unp. 68027; Charles G. 
Adams. 2831 

All I want is you; song, melody An- 
tonio Lora. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1933; 
E unp. 67893; Marjorie Harper. 

2832 

All I want it's you; song, m Jack 
Mahoney. © Jan. 5, 1933; E pub. 
34673; Julia Michel. 2833 

All in the state of mind ; song, w 
anon. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933 ; E unp. 
68188; Alice J. Condon. 2834 

All my own ; w T. C. O'Brien, melody 
R. Pellegrino. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68036; Thomas C. O'Brien 
and Rosario Pellegrino. 2835 

All on a summer's day ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 67747 ; 
Orville D. Denmon. 2836 

All on account of you ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 67527 ; 
Benjamin P. Tomlin. 2837 

All over you; fox trot song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 1, 1933; E unp. 67346; David 
Jerome Dukette. 2838 

All praise to Thee, my God, this night ; 
w Thomas Ken, m Matthew Nor- 
man Lundquist; mixed voices. © 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



All praise to Thee, my God, this 
night — Continued. 

Feb. 7, 1933; E pub. 34754; Concor- 
dia pub. house. 2839 

Allegro festivo ; av Waldermar Ahlen ; 
orgel. © Dec. 29, 1932; E for. 
28460 ; A. B. Nordiska musikforlaget. 

2840 

Alleluia O Lord, our God ; pf. with w. 
© 1 c. Feb. 23. 1933 ; E unp. 67964 ; 
Howard A. Love. 2841 

Alma de caballero ; tango argentino, 
letra y m Ulisse Siciliani ; orch. 
parti. © Dec. 16, 1932; E for. 
28355; M. Marietta. 2842 

Alma mater song ; pf. with w. © Feb. 
1. 1933 ; E pub. 34602 ; Charles Ker- 
mit Bolick. 2843 

Almighty God, whose glory ; motet, w 
from liturgy of St. James, m Alfred 
Whitehead ; mixed voices. © Jan. 
24. 1933; E pub. 34467; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co. 2844 

Alone in dreams ; fox trot song. © 
1 c. Feb. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 67709 ; Ray- 
mond Lax. 2845 

Alten (Die) strassen noch ; w Her- 
mann Frey, m Fritz Redl, op. 14, 
arr. Leopold Weninger ; orch. stim- 
men. © Dec. 9. 1932 ; E for. 27305 ; 
N. Simrock. 2846 

Amazon blues; w Burton and Jason, 
m Arthur Lange. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1933; E unp. 67647; Movietone mu- 
sic corp. 2847 

America, can I do more ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E unp. 
67926; Margaret Colvin. 2848 

America first; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 21, 1933; E unp. 67891; lone 
Turner Stringham. 2849 

Amro method of piano jazz. © Dec. 
27, 1932; AA 114498; Milford J. 
Averwater. 2850 

An den mond ; text W. von Goethe, m 
Arthur Piechler ; mittelstimme, vio- 
line, ad lib., u. klavier. © Jan. 12, 
1933; E for. 28270; Ingeborg von 
Koenigswald. 2851 

Anacreon ; w from Greek of Antipater. 
Humbert Wolfe, m Masters van 
Someren-Godfery. © Dec. 28, 1932; 
E for. 28238; Augener, ltd. 2852 

Ancient German Easter carol ; text 
from Pone luctum, Magdalena, reset, 
Roland Thompson, melody from 
Nicht ruhen Magdalena kundt, arr. 



Harvey Gaul ; mixed voices ; organ 
ace. © Jan. 26, 1933 ; E pub. 34697 ; 
Oliver Ditson co., inc. 2853 

Andante cordial ; de P. O. Feroud ; 
violoncelle ou viol on et pf. © Dec. 
1, 1932; E for. 28334; Editions du 
magasin musical. Pierre Schneider. 

2854 

Angel mother ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 27. 
1933; E unp. 68123; Florence Rugg 
Ellis. 2855 

Angels of light ; song, Felix Borowski. 
© Feb. 11, 1933; E pub. 34846; 
H. T. FitzSimons co. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 2856 

Anna Karenina ; vorspiel zum 4. bild, 
von Jeno Hubay ; orch. Partitur. 
© Jan. 2, 1933 ; E for. 28465 ; Uni- 
versal edition a. g. 2857 

Annemarie; marsch-foxtrot, aus An- 
nemarie, die braut der kompagnie, 
text Gustav Althoff u. Kurt Heinz, 
m Gustav Althoff. © Nov. 3, 1932; 
E for. 28502; Wiener boheme-verlag, 
G. m. b. h. 2858 

Answer (The) to twenty one years; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67454; Bob Miller. 2859 

Anything you do is wonderful; song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933 ; E unp. 68193 ; 
Eugene Collins Abrams. 2860 

Anything your little heart desires; w 
and m Little Jack Little, Dave Op- 
penheim and Ira Schuster ; with 
ukulele arr. May Singhi Breen. © 
Feb. 16. 1933 ; E pub. 34858 ; Santly 
bros., inc. 2861 

Anytime, anyday, anywhere; w Ned 
Washington, melody Lee Wiley and 
Victor Young. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68115; De Sylva, Brown & 
Henderson, inc. 2862 

April song; song, w Winifred Adams 
Burr. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1933 ; E unp. 
67912; Anne Cornelia Parsons. 

2863 

Are you lovable ; w and melody Bob 
Rothberg and Terry Shand. © 1 
c. Feb. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 67816 ; Leo 
Feist, inc. 2864 

Ariane ; slow-fox, text Friedrich 
Schwarz, m Stephan Weiss und 
Friedrich Schwarz. © Jan. 16, 
1983; E for. 28211: Musikverlag 
City. 2865 

air. Billy Golwyn ; orch. 

stimmen, u. gesangstrio. © Jan. 
16, 1933; E for. 28212; Musikverlag 
City. 2866 



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2891 



Arizona brings me dreams of you ; 
song, m James L. Brown ; with uku- 
lele .arr. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E 
unp. 68001; Georgie W. Hudspeth. 

2867 

As far as your' [sic] concerned ; song, 
m Orella Margaret Sober. © 1 c. 
Feb. 28, 1933; E unp. 68152; Al- 
bert Kennedy Williams. 2868 

As it began to down ; anthem, text se- 
lected and arr. Ruth Pierpont Ste- 
phens, m Ward-Stephens; solo and 
cho. or mixed quartet. © Jan. 30, 
1933; E pub. 34615; Harms, inc. 

2869 

As long as I live; song. © 1 c. Feb. 
28, 1933 ; E unp. 68194 ; Eugene Col- 
lins Abrams. 2870 

As long as it's a part of me ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1933 ; E unp. 
67452; Milton Klein. 2871 

As we said good night; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 10, 1933; E unp. 67487; Sea- 
verns B. Tucker. 2872 

Asi eres tu ; bolero, w and melody. 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933 ; E unp. 67160 ; 
Louis Conception. 2873 

At evening; by Bernard Wagness; pf. 
© Jan. 10, 1933 ; E pub. 34710 ; Oli- 
ver Ditson co., inc. 2874 

At Madame Delgay's ; musical play by 
Henry Hammer, in Jerome Ruger. 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933 ; D 28391 ; Wil- 
liam Jerome Ruger. 2874* 

At the bow-wow ball ; w Edward Hey- 
man, m Boyd Bunch; with ukulele 
arr. © Feb. 15, 1933 ; E pub. 34880 ; 
Famous music corp. 2875 

At the end of the rainbow ; song. © 1 
c. Feb. 2, 1933 ; E unp. 67168 ; Erwin 
A. Bennett. 2876 

At the jungle jubilee; w and melody 
Little Jack Little, Dave Oppenheim 
and Ira Schuster. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1933; E unp. 67513; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc. 2877 

At the wedding of the rooster to the 
little red hen; w R. W. Brown, 
melody R. Gunst. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 
1933; E unp. 67199; Roger Wm. 
Brown and Rolf Gunst. 2878 

Au jardin des abeilles ; dans Le revue 
d'amour, paroles et m Maurice Her- 
mite. © Jan. 20, 1933 ; E for. 28242 ; 
Enoch & cie. 2879 



Augustine; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 9, 1933; E unp. 67444; Henry 
Levin and Benj. Vine. 2880 

Auld songs o' hame ; w Eric Haydon, 
m Henry Geehl ; in F. © Jan. 6, 
1933; E for. 28241; Enoch & sons 
(1927) ltd. 2881 

Autumn sunset in the canyon; pt- 
song, w Mona Modini Wood, m 
Elinor Remick Warren ; men's cho. 
© Feb. 2, 1933 ; E pub. 34603 ; H. W. 
Gray co. 2882 

Avventure (Le) cli Mincuccio 'o 
barese ; versi e melodia © Feb. 20, 
1933; E pub. 34867; Gennaro 
Amato. 2883 

Away from the world ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933; E unp. 67269; 
Bernard Selinger. 2884 

Away, way out in the sticks ; w Benee 
Russell, melody Sammy Fain. © 
1 c. Feb. 11, 1933; E unp. 67514; 
De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, inc. 

2885 

Baby r like your poor old dad; w and 
m Sam Mayo; with ukulele arr. © 
Dec. 29, 1932; E for. 28406; Law- 
rence Wright music co. 2886 

Bach (Carl Philipp Emanuel) Kon- 
zert ; in D-dur, hrsg. u. fur den prak- 
tischen gebrauch eingerichtet Lud- 
wig Landshoff; cembalo o. klavier, 
mit streichorch., 2 floten u. 2 horn- 
ern. Partitur. © Nov. 10, 1932 ; E 
for. 28306; Edition Adler, G. m. 
b. H. 2887 

Bach (Johann Sebastian) Crucifixus; 
from Mass in B min., ed. and Eng- 
lish adapted Norwood W. Hinkle; 
mixed voices; pf. or organ ace. © 
Jan. 23, 1933; E pub. 34696; Oliver 
Ditson co., inc. 2888 



English adapted N. W. 

H. r m arr. Arthur W. Gnau ; wom- 
en's voices; pf. or organ ace. © 
Jan. 23, 1933 ; E pub. 34701 ; Oliver 
Ditson co., inc. 2889 

— Six suites ; nouvelle ed. entiere- 
ment rev. Paul Bazelaire ; violon- 
celle. ' © Jan. 10, 1933 ; E for. 
28521 ; Editions Max Eschig. 2890 

— Three pieces; transcribed Theo- 
dore M. Finney ; flute or oboe, B 
flat clarinet and bassoon. Sc. and 
pts. © Feb. 3, 1933 ; E pub. 34622 ; 
M. Witmark & sons. 2891 



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Bach (Johann Sebastian) — Cont. 

Two gavottes in D major; from 

The D major suite, ed. Theodore M. 
Finney. Sc. and pts. 1. String quar- 
tet and bass ad lib. — 2. 3 violins, 
cello and bass ad lib. © Feb. 3, 
1933; E pub. 34625, 34626; M. Wit- 
mark & sons. 2892, 2893 

Back again: w and m Eddie Hoffman 
and Chick Hamilton : with ukulele 
arr. © Feb. 4, 1933 ; E pub. 34870 ; 
Edgar J. Hoffman and Charles M. 
Hamilton. 2894 

Baiser (Un) d'amour ca ne s'apprend 
pas ; dans La revue d'amour, paroles 
et m Maurice Hermite. © Jan. 20. 
1933 : E for. 28243 : Enoch & cie. 

2895 

Ball im Savoy ; operette, Alfred Griin- 
wald u. Fritz Lohner-Beda. m Paul 
Abraham, lift. 2.— hft. 1. © Dec. 
23, 1932 ; E for. 28194, 28195 ; Doremi 
musikverlag. a. g. 2896, 2897 

Ballade des biens immeubles ; poeme 
Andre Gide. m Mario Castelnuovo- 
Tedesco. © Feb. 3. 1933; E for. 
28445 ; G. Ricordi & co. 2898 

Band (The) ; by N. Louise Wright, 
arr. Preston Ware Orem ; pf., 6 
hands. © Feb. 6. 1933: E pub. 
34758 ; Clayton F. Summy co. 2899 

Barcarolle ; w Billy Yorke, m Birger 
Struense and Joseph Muller. © 1 c. 
Feb. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 68094 : Birger 
De Buelow. 2900 

Bare knees; fox trot, w Roy Hewitt, 
m J. Oastler Milner ; with ukulele 
arr. © Jan. 4. 1933; E for. 28298; 
Cecil Lennox, ltd. 2901 

Barnyard blues ; song, and special cho. 
for pf. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1933 ; E unp. 
67495: Edward C. Mergel. 2902 

Barotse; rhythmic novelty. T. W. 
Thurban : orch. pts.. with w. © 
Jan. 24, 1933; E for. 28259; Hawkes 
& son (London) ltd. 2903 

Basilisa ; cuple coreablc : pf. con letra. 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933: E unp. 67568: 
Enrique Mari. 2904 

Basin Street blues : w and m Spencer 
Williams. © Feb. 13, 1933 ; E pub. 
34943 ; Joe Davis, inc. 2905 

Be kind to your man ; waltz, pf. with 
w. © l'c. Jan. 25. 1933; E unp. 
67570 ; A. D. Farquharson. 2906 

Be ready; fox-trot spiritual, w Andy 
Razaf, m Reginald Foresythe and 



Ted Weems. © Feb. 20, 1933; E 
pub. 34944 ; Joe Davis, inc. 2907 

Be thrifty; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 7, 1933 : E unp. 67362 ; Beatrice 
F. Stevens. 2908 

Beautiful Delaware; pf. with w. © 
1 c. Feb. 13, 1933; E unp. 67621; 
Alice Esther Evans Hemmerly. 2909 

Beautiful Hawaii : Hawaiian guit. 
diagram. © Feb. 3, 1933: E pub. 
34688 ; Samuel Quagenti. 2910 

Beautiful mother ; pf . with w. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23. 1933 : E unp. 67979 : Wm. A. 
Wheeler. 2911 

Beautiful mother o* mine ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Feb. 23. 1933: E unp. 
67927 ; N. A. Field. 2912 

Because they remind me of you ; w 
and melody Budd L. Cross. Charles 
Kraatz and Jerome Metzel. © 1 c. 
Feb. 8 r 1933: E unp. 67409; Cross, 
Kraatz and Metzel. 2913 

Because you care ; song, melodv Larry 
E. Goffin. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68028 : Charles G. Adams. 

2914 

Bedtime stories ; w Mark Henry and 
Bob Maxwell, m Raymond Walker; 
pf . © Feb. 20, 1933 ; E pub. 34913 : 
Breezy music pub. corp. 2915 

Before we say good-night ; w and m 
Harry Richman, J. Fred Coots and 
Roy Turk ; with ukulele arr. © 
Feb. 20, 1933: E pub. 34946; De 
Sylva, Brown & Henderson, inc. 

2916 

Behind the hills ; w and m Jack Erick- 
son and Bob Miller; with ukulele 
arr. © Jan. 31, 1933 : E pub. 34653 ; 
De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, inc. 

2917 

Belle (The) of Loch Awe; w A. 
Ritchie Stewart, m Cuthbert Fors- 
ter, tonic solfa tr. H. J. Timothy; 
men's voices. © Jan. 27, 1933: E 
for. 28268 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd. 2918 

Bells (The) are ringing my song of 
love ; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933 : E unp. 
67312 ; Teria Monck. 2919 

Belz : song, in The song of the Ghetto, 
w Jacob Jacobs. © Oct. 10, 1932; 
E pub. 34657; Alexander Olsha- 
netsky. 2920 

Berceuse; violin with pf. ace. © 1 c. 
Feb. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 68145 ; Willard 
Youngdale. 2921 



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2950 



Betrothal (The) ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 11, 1933; E unp. 67529; 
Ellerslie B. Myers. 2922 

Better times are coming ; song, w J. A. 
St. Cyr and James M. Casler. ©lc. 
Feb. 2, 1933; E unp. 67159; John 
Alexander St. Cyr. 2923 

Beware ! beware ! or you'll all be swept 
away ; w and m Reg Low ; with uku- 
lele arr. © Dec. 29, 1932; E for. 
28407 ; Lawrence Wright music co. 

2924 

Birds (The) at morn; by Bernard 
Wagness; pf. © Jan. 10, 1933; E 
pub. 34707 ; Oliver Ditson co., inc. 

2925 

Black belt lullaby; plantation song, w 
Mary B. Ward, m Mildred White 
Wallace. © Jan. 13, 1933; E pub. 
34731 ; Boston music co. 2926 

Black (The) man; song. © 1 c. Feb. 
4, 1933; E unp. 67315; Elmo E. 
Cestero. 2927 

Blaue (Das) vom himmel; schlager, 
texte Fritz Rotter u. Max Kolpe, m 
Paul Abraham. © Nov. 30, 1932; 
E for. 28188 ; Doremi musikverlag. 
a. g. 2928 

Blue; by Arthur Lange. arr. Wm. 
Spielter ; pf. conductor. © 1 c. Feb. 
17, 1933; E unp. 67834; Movietone 
music corp. 2929 

Blue and alone ; fox trot song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 1, 1933; E unp. 67347: Irene 
Kerr. 2930 

Blue Danube ; Viennese fox-trot, 
Johann Strauss, arr. W. C. Polla ; 
orch. pts. © Jan. 20, 1933 ; E pub. 
34631 ; Mills music, inc. 2931 

Blue Nile; slow blues, w Dion Tithe- 
radge, m Idris Lewis, arr. R. Munro ; 
orch, pts. © Jan. 6, 1933; E for. 
28258; Hawkes & son (London) ltd. 

2932 

Blue prelude ; melody, with pf . ace. © 
1 c. Feb. 6, 1933; E unp. 67296; Joe 
Bishop. 2933 

Blues of the night ; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 
1933 ; E unp. 67291 ; Rose Rich. 2934 

Blues what am ; w Harold Huchberger, 
m arr. Bob Nelson. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 
1933; E unp. 67776; Fred Phillips 
Cummins. 2935 

Boat of dreams ; song, w Gilbert 
Moore. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
67209 ; Katharine Schuyler Anhelt. 

2936 



Bohemia ; zambra gitana ; pf. © 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 67567 ; Enrique 
Mari. 2937 

Bo-hunk (The) trail; song, m James 
L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Feb. 4, 1933 ; E unp. 67244 ; Randall 
M. Erickson. 2938 

Bolero ; aus Gloria de Arellano ; kla- 
vierauszug. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933; 
E unp. 67783 ; August Karl Lentz. 

2939 

Bom-ba-diddy-bom-bom ; w Harry Til- 
sley and Robert Stanley, m Tolchard 
Evans ; with ukulele arr. © Jan. 
31, 1933 ; E for. 28431 ; Cecil Lennox, 
ltd. 2940 

Bon voyage ; song, m James L. Brown ; 
with ukulele arr. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 
1933; E unp. 67238; Presley B. 
Johnson. 2941 

Boop-oop-a-doop ; melody Sammy 
Lerner and Sammy Timberg. © 1 c. 
Feb. 15, 1933 ; E unp. 67753 ; Famous 
music corp. 2942 

Bootlegger's (The) song; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E 
unp. 67932 ; Vincent Jerome Stabilis. 

2943 

Bound for the isle of love; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 9. 1933 ; E unp. 
67449 ; Milton Klein. 2944 

Boy of mine ; w and melody Ida Her- 
bert. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933; E unp. 
67272 ; Cyril F. Hatchard. 2945 

Boy (The) scouts marching song; pf. 
with w. © 1 c. Feb, 20, 1933; E 
unp. 67855 ; Arthur Gordon Steele. 

2946 

Boy (A) was in love with a girl; pf. 
treble with symbols for harmony. © 
1 c. Feb. 15, 1933; E unp. 67690; 
Herbert Richard Grauman. 2947 

Brahms (Johannes) Lullaby; arr. T. 
Stanley Skinner ; 7-pt. mixed cho., 
with sop. solo. © Jan. 13, 1933; 
E pub. 34721 ; Boston music co. 

2948 

Song of the fates ; w tr. from 

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe by 
John F. Kyes, jr., m Johannes 
Brahms, op. 89, ed. Albert Stoessel ; 
6 mixed voices. © Feb. 24, 1933; 
E pub. 34979; C. C. Birchard & co. 

2949 

Brighten up and smile ; fox trot song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 67710 ; 
Henry E. Wohler. 2950 



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Brighter than the sun ; from The little 
damozel, w Anona Winn, m Ray 
Noble ; with ukulele arr. © Feb. 3, 
1933; E for. 28402; Lawrence 
Wright music co. 2951 

Bring back prosperity now; song, m 
James L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1932; E unp. 67237; 
James R. Thorpe. 2952 

British (The) grenadiers; arr. Stan- 
ford Robinson; mixed voices. © 
Jan. 27, 1933 ; E for. 28269 ; Stainer 
& Bell, ltd. 2953 

Broadway moon; w Al Koppell, m 
Terry Shand; with ukulele arr. © 
Feb. 7, 1933 ; E pub. 34795 ; Famous 
music corp. 2954 

Broken dreams ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1933; E unp. 68016; Aimee Ethel 
Younger: 2955 

Broken dreams of love; melody with 
pf. ace. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; E 
unp. 68032; Daniel Kuster. 2956 

Brothers and sisters get happy ; w 
Charles Kallen ; pf. treble. © 1 c. 
Feb. 13, 1933; E unp. 67620; 
Wendell W. Hall. 2957 

Brunelli (Peter) Idyl; pf -conductor. 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1933 ; E unp. 67470 ; 
Movietone music corp. 2958 

Bubbles : by Pietro Frosini ; pf . ac- 
cordion. © Jan. 5, 1933; E pub. 
34931 ; Alfred music co., inc. 2959 

Buddy ; w and m Charles Derf, 
arr. Mabel Hendrix ; with ukulele 
arr. © Dec. 28, 1932 ; E pub. 34787 ; 
Will Lewis. 2960 

Build a little love nest by a water 
mill ; w H. Clayton Jones, m Leon 
T. Acland ; with ukulele arr. © 
Jan. 26. 1933; E for. 28129; Cecil 
Lennox, ltd. 2961 

Build yourself a ladder of dreams ; one 
step, w and m Alex Borger. © 1 c. 
Feb. 20, 1933; E unp. 67848; Marie 
A. Borger. 2962 

Building dream castles; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933; E unp. 
67222 ; John Pinckney Scott. 2963 

Building in Jesus ; hymn. © 1 c. Feb. 
17. 1933; E unp. 67765; Wallace M. 
Cryor. 2964 

Bull cow blues ; w and melody Willie 
Broomzy. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E 
unp. 67963; Lester Melrose. 2965 



Bull-frog (The) chorus; w Hale C. 
Cole [and] The pig-tail; w tr. from 
German, William Makepeace Thack- 
eray : m Geoffrey O'Hara; male 
voices. 1. 3-pt. cho., or trio. — 2. 
Cho., or quartet. © Feb. 14, 1933; 
E pub. 34906, 34907; Harms, inc. 

2966, 2967 

Buona notte, schone signorina ; tango- 
serenade, text Fred Heller, m Max 
Niederberger, klav. arr. Walter 
Borchert. © Dec. 2, 1932; E for. 
28493 ; Wiener b o h e m e-v e r 1 a g, 
G. m. b. H. 2968 

Burla (La) del pievano Arlotto; di 
Achille Longo ; pf . © Feb. 3, 1933 ; 
E for. 28444; G. Ricordi & co. 

2969 

Burlesque ; composed and arr. Peter 
Brunelli; pf. -conductor, no. 2. © 
1 c. Feb. 9, 1933; E unp. 67472: 
Movietone music corp. 2970 

Burlesque agitato ; by Samuel Kaylin : 
pf. conductor. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67835 ; Movietone music 
corp. 2971 

Bury me in old Kentucky ; w and mel- 
ody Jimmie Davis. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1933 ; E unp. 67435 ; Southern music 
pub. co., inc. 2972 

By by Mr. Volstead here comes Mr. 
Beer ; w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 
16, 1933; E unp. 67728; Sam Ka- 
valsky. 2973 

By moonlight I want you my dear ; 
fox-trot and waltz arrs., w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1933; E unp. 
67677; Otto Schick. 2974 

By the lilacs ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1933 : E unp. 67554 ; John D. Marks. 

2975 

By the sea ; fox-trot song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1933; E unp. 67341: 
Blanche Chalfant Tucker. 2976 

w and m Hugh Soper ; with uku- 
lele arr. © Dec. 28, 1932: E pub. 
34782; Will Lewis. 2977 

Bye-bye depression ; song, melody 
Stan Tucker. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67573; Harry J. Roche. 

2978 

Bye bye old troubles, we've droven 
[sic] you away ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E unp. 67970; 
Frank La Vere and Alfred Perry. 

2979 

Caballero (El) de la noche; joyas 
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3009 



espafiol Jose Mojica, arr. Hugo 
Friedhofer, w and m William Ker- 
nel^ J. Mojica and Troy Sanders, 
compiler Movietone music corp. © 
Feb. 6, 1933; E pub. 34770; Movie- 
. tone music corp. 2980 

Caballero-lied ; w R. Eusebius, m R. 
Tritonus. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1933; E 
imp. 67327; Milan Roder. 2981 

Cabins ; American rhapsody, James R. 
Gillette ; symphonic band. Sc. © 
Feb. 20, 1933 ; E pub. 34956 ; M. Wit- 
mark & sons. 2982 

Calling; song. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1933; 
E imp. 67383; Anna Simonson and 
Marie Christianson. 2983 

Calling on my girl to-night; song. © 
1 c. Feb. 1, 1933 ; E unp. 67137 ; Wil- 
liam Koch. 2984 

Calvin Coolidge memorial march ; band 
sc. © 1 c. Feb. 20', 1933; E unp. 
67844 ; Nick Cantafio. 2985 

Campus moon ; fox trot song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 25, 1933; E unp. 67328; Eddie 
Medema. 2986 

Candlelight time; song. © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1933 ; E unp. 68095 ; Ella Allen. 

2987 

Can't say a word; fox-trot, w and m 
Lonnie Turner. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1933; E unp. 67806; Alonzo Owen 
Turner. 



Can't we get together ; w Dan Hornsby, 
melody Jimmie Mobley. © 1 c. Feb. 
27. 1933; E unp. 68127; James Ed- 
win Mobley. 2989 

Can't we meet again and let's be 
sweethearts ; w and m Bud Flanagan 
and Reg Connelly ; with ukulele arr. 
© Feb. 10, 1933 ; E for. 28313 ; Camp- 
bell, Connelly & co., ltd. 2990 

Can't you consider me darling; waltz 
song. © I.e. Feb. 8, 1933; E unp. 
67418; Lena I. Nelson. 2991 

Can't you see I'm so amazed ; song, m 
James L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 67994 ; 
Goldie McKinney. 2992 

Capitan (El); march, John Philip 
Sousa, arr. Pietro Deiro ; pf. accor- 
dion. © Feb. 15, 1933; E pub. 
34864; Theodore Presser co. 2993 

Captain (The) of the fire brigade; w 
and m Ernest Longstaffe. © Jan. 
24, 1933: E for. 28412; Chappell & 
co., ltd. 2994 



Cara mia ; w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 
25, 1933; E unp. 68070; Perry Het- 
tel and Reb. Raney. 2995 

Caring for you ; song, m Jack Ma- 
honey. © Jan. 9. 1933; E pub. 
34666 ; Carmine J. Citro. 2996 

Carissima ; by Arthur A. Penn, arr. 
William J. Reddick; mixed voices. 
© Jan. 27, 1933; E pub. 34619; M. 
Witmark & sons. 2997 

sop. 1, 2 and alto. © 

Feb. 3, 1933; E pub. 34612; M. Wit- 
mark & sons. 2998 

Carnations ; English w Marjorie Har- 
per, Spanish w and m Estic and J. 
Valverde. © Feb. 2, 1933; E pub. 
34652 ; Edward B. Marks music corp. 

2999 

Cassandra ; ouverture. Vittorio Gnec- 
chi ; orch. Sc. © Jan. 10, 1933 ; E 
for. 28318; Edition Adler, G. m. 
b. H. 3000 

Castelnuovo-Tedesco (Mario) 2 film 
studies ; pf . © Feb. 3, 1933 ; E for. 
28446 ; G. Ricordi & co. 3001 

Castlepatrick ; w G. K. Chesterton, m 
Victor Hely Hutchinson. © Jan. 31, 
1933 ; E for. 28271 ; Elkin & co., ltd. 

3002 

Cat (A) tale; w and m Edward R. 
Hawley; men's cho. © Jan. 13, 
1933 ; E pub. 34723 ; Boston music co. 

3003 

Catch on ; w Sam Theard, melody 
Johnnie Farro. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67194 ; John Faracchio. 3004 

'Cause we won't be two sweethearts 
again; song. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933; 
E unp. 68144; Louis De Frances. 

3005 

Celebrated waltzes ; ed. and arr. Ernest 
Haywood; violin, nos. 1-10. © 
Feb. 3, 1933; E for. 28201; Keith, 
Prowse & co., ltd. 3006 

Cendrillon ; conte danse, d'apres 
Charles Perault, m Marcel Delan- 
noy; pf. © Dec. 5. 1932; E for. 
28518 ; Editions Max Eschig. 3007 

Century of progress at Chicago 1933 ; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933 ; 
E unn. 67939 : George F. Rohrsen. 

3008 

Certain signs ; song, w Leigh Buckner 
Hanes. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 
67873; Florentine Heimlich. 3009 



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Chaminade (Cecile Louise Stephanie) 
Scarf-dance : w Barnetta Brown, m 
arr. William Stickles ; cho., or trio 
for sop. 1, 2 and alto. © Feb. 14. 
1933 ; E pub. 34908 ; Harms, inc. 

3010 

Changed ; w and m Gordon V. Thomp- 
son. © Jan. 9, 1933 ; E for. 28427 ; 
Gordon V. Thompson, ltd. 3011 

Chanson der Madeleine ; aus Gros- 
stadt-nachte, Karol Rathaus; salon- 
jazz orch. stimmen. © Jan. 26, 1933 ; 
E for. 28463 : Universal edition, a. g. 

3012 

w Beppo, m Karol Rathaus, 



klavier-arr. Alexander Steinbrecher. 
© Dec. 29, 1932 : E for. 28467 ; Uni- 
versal edition, a. g. 3013 

Charles-Quint ; French w and m Louis 
Garret, English w and m arr. D. 
Maes, ace. L. A. Dobbelsteen, op. 48. 
© Feb. 13, 1933; E pub. 34922; De- 
sire Maes. 3014 

Chase your troubles away with a rain- 
bow ; fox trot, w and m Alex Borger. 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 67849 ; 
Marie A. Borger. 3015 

Chattanooga playboy ; w Mitchell Par- 
ish, m Frank Perkins, pf. sc. James 
Matte ; with ukulele arr. © Feb. 4, 
1933 ; E pub. 34S40 ; Mills music, inc. 

3016 

Cheating ; w and melody J. Thomas 
and Bobbie Green. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 
1933; E unp. 67704; John Steven 
Thomas and Robert Joe Green. 

3017 

Cheer up ; w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 
20, 1933 ; E unp. 67845 ; Reed Evans. 

3018 

Cheer-up America ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 3, 1933; E unp. 67200; 
Isser W. Muskat. 3019 

Cheer up and drink some beer; pf. 
with w. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 
67373 ; Carlton J. Siegler. 3027 

-Cheer up ! cheer up ! the good old 
days will come again ; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1933; E unp. 68035; B. J. 
Biondi. 3021 

^Cheerful little chairful; song, melody 
Pauline Story. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1933; 
E imp. 67295 ; Martin C. Unden. 

3022 

Cheerio; song, w Kate Cinquemani. 
© 1 c. Fel). 18, 1933; E unp. 67795; 
Edna W. Murtagh. 3023 



Cher ami ; valse f rangaise, Sam Cos- 
low, arr. J. M. Leipold ; [pf. conduc- 
tor] © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933; E unp. 
67464 ; Famous music corp. 3024 

Chiacchiere; versi e m Gurgo e Marf, 
orch. Virgilio Ripa [and] Sperduti 
nel blu; versi e m Angelo R. Bo- 
rella ; rid. Virgilio Ripa : valzer ; 
orch. pti. © Jan. 4, 1933; E for. 
28204 ; A. & G. Carisch & co. 3025 

Chicago; song. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933; 
E unp. 67777 ; Frank Aloysius Jenk- 
over. 3026 

Chicago and how it was named ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933; E 
unp. 67524 ; Henry Mathews. 3027 

Chicago, queen of the West ; voc. duet. 
© Feb. 21, 1933; E pub. 34957; 
Gustav A. Eberhardt. 3028 

Chinese chow; w Herbert Luis, m J. 
McAntire, Rupert Russell, Milton 
Blake and Leslie Price. © 1 c. Feb. 
10, 1933; E unp. 68014; Josephine 
McAntire. 3029 

Choo choo; by Hugo Friedhofer, arr. 
Emil Gerstenberger ; pf. conductor. 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 67832 ; 
Movietone music corp. 3030 

Choral fantasy on nursery rhymes ; by 
H. Alexander Matthews ; 4 hand 
pf. ace. 1. Men's voices. — 2. Wom- 
en's voices. © Jan. 30, 1933 ; E pub. 
34704, 34705 ; Oliver Ditson co., inc. 
3031, 3032 

Christ is risen ; Easter cantata, Bibli- 
cal w set to m Eric H. Thiman ; soli, 
cho. and organ. © Jan. 26, 1933 ; E 
pub. 34694 ; Oliver Ditson co., inc. 

3033 

Christ loveth me ; mixed voices. © 
Feb. 1, 1933; E pub. 34590; Rudy 
E. Callen. 3034 

Christ the Saviour is risen ; anthem, 
text selected and arr. Ruth Pierpont 
Stephens, m Ward-Stephens ; solo 
and cho. or mixed quartet. © Jan. 
30, 1933 ; E pub. 34616 ; Harms, inc. 

3035 

Christmas fantasy ; band, arr., Gus 
Guentzel ; [conductor pt.] © 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 67226 ; Harold 
Win. Roberts. 3036 

Cbromosones ; m D. P. Harmon ; pf. 
with w. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
67202 ; Edith Thompson. 3037 

Clean sweep ; march ; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 
16, 1933; E unp. 67744; A. Lincoln 
Fisher. 3038 



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3000 



Clock symphony ; suite, G. A. Grant- 
Schaefer, arr. B. F. Stuber; orch. 
pts. © Feb. 1, 1933; E pub. 34827; 
Raymond A. Hoffman co. 3039 

Close to my heart; w Ray Klages, m 
and ukulele arr. Helmy Kresa. © 
Jan. 31, 1933 I E pub. 34594 ; Santly 
bros., inc. 3040 

Close to you ; from Ballyhoo, w Dewar 
Davidson, m William Walker and 
Peggy Cochrane; with ukulele arr. 
© Feb. 3, 1933 ; E for. 28203 ; Keith, 
Prowse & co., ltd. 3041 

Co-ed (The); by John Leipold ; [pf. 
conductor] © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933 ; E 
unp. 67466 ; Famous music corp. 

3042 

College girl ; march, w R. W. Brown, 
melody R. Gunst. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 
1933; E unp. 68162; Roger Wm. 
Brown and Rolf Gunst. 3043 

College pep march ; by E. A. Fenstad, 
arr. Henry S. Sawyer ; pf ., 4 hands. 
© Dec. 30, 1932 ; E pub. 34750 ; Mc- 
Kinley music co. 3044 

Colors ; song. © Feb. 13, 1933 ; E pub. 
34805 ; Arthur J. Forcier. 3045 

Come along; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 18, 1933; E unp. 67803; Leon- 
ard Hawk. 3046 

Come and see the sunlight gleaming ; 
w G. Hubi-Newcombe, m Cuthbert 
Harris ; sop. 1 and 2. © Jan. 17, 
1933; E for. 28177; Warren & 
Phillips. 3047 

Come back ; w and melody Harold 
Hays. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 
67951; Harold T. Hays. 3048 

Come back to me ; song, m James 
L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Feb. 13, 1933; E unp. 67597; Jean- 
nette Beauchamp. 3049 

Come dance with me ; w and m Bertie 
E. Freund. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933; 
E unp. 68097 ; Burghardine Eliza- 
beth Freund. 3050 

Come, Heavenly Father, from above ; 
hymn anthem, w Mary Cleveland 
Geer, m Louis R. Dressier; 4-pt. 
mixed cho., with incidental sop. solo 
and organ ace. © Feb. 8, 1933 ; E 
pub. 34760; G. Schirmer, inc. 3051 

Come on, get up ; w and m Ben Black ; 
with ukulele arr. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1933; E unp. 67792; Villa Moret, 
inc. 3052 



Come on prosperity; pf. with w. © 
1 c. Feb. 1, 1933; E unp. 67142; 
Lelah G. Cooper. 3053 

Come with me; song, w Dermot A. A. 
Innes. © Feb. 20, 1933 ; E for. 
28395; Winifred K. I. Barker. 

3054 

Como tu y yo ; w and m Maria 
Grever ; in C. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67474 ; Movietone music corp. 

3055 

Concert ; cycle of songs, w various 
authors ; solo and mixed voices. © 
Feb. 10, 1933; E pub. 34960; Michl 
Gelbart. 3056 

Concertino ; par Tibor Harsanyi ; pf . 
et quatuor a cordes. Partitur. © 
Dec. 1, 1932 ; E for. 28423 ; R. Deiss. 

3057 

Concerto in three rhythms ; by Dana 
Suesse; 2 pfs. Sc. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1933; E unp. 67128; Famous music 
corp. 3058 

Concordia (The) hymnal; coll. of 
hymns 1 and spiritual songs, com- 
piled and ed. Andreas Bersagel, V. 
E. Boe, T. O. Burntvedt, Oscar R. 
Overby and S. O. Sigmond. Rev. and 
enl. © Dec. 22, 1932; A 60068; 
Augsburg pub. house. 3059 

Congratulations, liberty bell ; w Joe 
Goodwin and Al. Lewis, m Allen 
Sherman, arr. W. C. Lindemann ; 
with ukulele arr. © Feb. 8, 1933; 
E pub. 34771 ; Nattrass-Schenck, inc. 

3060 

Conquerors (The) ; from the picture, 
Max Steiner; pf. © Feb. 16, 1933; 
E pub. 34818; Sam Fox pub. co. 

3061 

Contemplation ; melody with pf. ace. 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 67733 ; 
Edgar Lundberg. 3062 

Conversation and light recit. ; by Peter 
Brunelli; pf. -conductor. © 1 c. 
Feb. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 67641 ; Movie- 
tone music corp. 3063 

Coon (The) among the chickens; by 
Malcolm Ives; pf. or xylophone solo. 
© Feb. 7, 1933; E for. 28351; 
Hawkes & son (London) ltd. 3064 

Coplas sefardies; letra y m Albert 
Hemsi, op. 7. © Nov. 10, 1932; E 
for. 28358 ; Edition orientale de mu- 
sique. 3065 

Cordinella ; by Pietro Frosini ; pf . ac- 
cordion. © Jan. 5, 1933; E pub. 
34930; Alfred music co., inc. 3066 



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Cosmetic (The) girl; w and melody 
© 1 c. Feb. 23. 1933 ; E unp. 67954 ; 
Kenneth B. Pritchard. 3067 

Could you, would you ; song, arr. 
Irwin Janata. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67171 ; Joseph Francis Jaros. 

3068 

Counterpoint exercises ; 51 examples 
and 291 exercises in 2, 3 and 4-pt. 
counterpoint. Adam Carse. © Dec. 
13, 1932; E for. 28237; Augener, 
ltd. 3069 

Country (The) needs a man; written 
C. Grillo, m L. Cavaliere ; pf. © 
1 c. Feb. 27, 1933; E unp. 68134; 
Christopher Grillo and Louis Cava- 
liere. 3070 

Cowboy (The) rides on; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Feb. 21. 1933; E unp. 
67899; Hugh Elmer Nichols. 3071 

Cowboy's (A) best friend is his horse ; 
w and m Bob Miller ; with ukulele 
arr. © Feb. 10, 1933 ; E pub. 34778 ; 
ABC standard music publications, 
inc. 3072 

Cowboys (A) dream; pf. with w. © 
1 c. Feb. 17, 1933; E unp. 67781; 
Doris Houser Greenbaum and Chas. 
Stanley Greenbaum. 3073 

Cowboy's heaven ; from Robber's roost, 
w and m Yal Burton and Will Jason, 
arr. William Spielter. © Jan. 30, 
1933; E pub. 34596; Movietone 
music corp. 3074 

Cranz-journal ; par M. Brusselmans, 
orch. P. Leemans ; orch. ptes. 2 e 
ser. © Jan. 19, 1933 ; E for. 28308 ; 
A. Cranz. 3075 

Creative music education primer ; by 
Lydia Henniger ; pf. © Feb. 20, 
1933; E pub. 34889; Shattinger 
piano & music co. 3076 

Creepin' Charlie, creepy- — low down ; 
w and m Cal Grant ; with ukulele 
arr. © Feb. 17, 1933 ; E pub. 34876 ; 
Irving Berlin, inc. 3077 

Cricket (The) on the hob: song. © 
1 c. Feb. 7, 1933; E unp. 67363; 
Michael Dermott Fagan. 3078 

Croon a little love-song : w and m 
Erland Lyons. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67769 ; John Erland Bertram 
Lyons. 3079 

Crosfieid (Arthur Henry) Nocturne; 
pf. © Feb. 8, 1933; E for. 28365: 
Arthur Henry Crosfieid. 3080 



Crossing the bar ; song, w Alfred 
Tennyson. © Feb. 11, 1933 ; E pub. 
34798; Gertrude Patrick. 3081 

song, w Alfred Tennyson. © 1 c. 

Feb. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 67841 ; James 
Neill Northe. 3082 

Cruisin' : melody with pf. ace. © 
1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E unp. 67988; 
Ruth Thomson Austin. 3083 

Cuban independence ; march and two- 
step. Chas. D. Henninger, arr. for 
pf. © Feb. 18. 1933 ; E pub. 34895 ; 
Harry J. Lincoln. 3084 

Cupids tears ; song, m Orella Margaret 
Sober. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933 ; E unp. 
68153; Albert Kennedy Williams. 

3085 

Curley [sic] head : valse song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 7. 1933: E unp. 67711; Alice 
Ludeke. 3086 

Custard and plums ; w and m Leslie 
Weston ; with ukulele arr. © Nov. 
16, 1932: E for. 28513; Peter Mau- 
rice music co., ltd. 3087 

Cwmgwyn; hymn tune. © 1 c. Jan. 
25, 1933; E unp. 67701; John 
Thomas James. 3088 

Cyclone (The) ; by Murray L. Linday, 
arr. for violin. © Feb. 7, 1933; E 
unp. 67374; L. Leslie Loth. 3089 

Daffodil time ; w Mel Bourne, melody 
Louis Drakeford. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 
1933; E unp. 6730S : Lewis Henry 
Drakeford. 3090 

Dance, dance, dance : song, arr. Ir- 
win Janata. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1933; 
E unp. 67170 : Joseph Francis Jaros. 

3091 

Dance songs from the West Indies ; 
arr. Meta Davis: pf. © Feb. 10, 
1933; E for. 28366; W. Paxton & 
co.. ltd. 3092 

Dances of other days ; by Gerald Phil- 
lips. © Jan. 16, 1933 ; E for. 28183 ; 
Warren & Phillips. 3093 

Dancing ; waltz song, m E. J. Sulli- 
van and Michael Paul Manganell. 
© 1 c. Feb. 14. 1933 : E unp. 67666 : 
Edward Joseph Sullivan. 3094 

Dancing (The) doll: w E. Kouba, m J. 
F. Langan. © Feb. 2, 1933; E pub. 
3459.") : Edward Kouba and James 
F. Lankan. 3095 



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3124 



Dancing the devil away ; w and mel- 
ody Howard Johnson, Jack'Meskill 
and Vincent Rose. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1933; E unp. 67817; Leo Feist, inc. 

3096 

Dangerously yours; by L. E. DeFran- 
cesco; melody, with pf. ace. © 1 c. 
Feb. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 67649 ; Movie- 
tone music corp. 3097 

Danish dance ; arr. Gladys Cumber- 
land ; percussion band with violin 
ad lib. ; pts., with pf . conductor sc, 
child-conductor's sc. and pf. duet. 
© Jan. 17, 1933 ; E for. 28180 ; War- 
ren & Phillips. 3098 

Danza campestre; nell' opera La 
Rosiera, atto 2, Vittorio Gnecchi ; 
orch. Sc. © Jan. 10, 1933; E for. 
28319; Edition Adler, G. m. b. H. 

3099 

Dark eyes ; Russian Gypsy air, arr. 
Crosby Mollenhauer ; 2 violins and 
pf. © Feb. 14, 1933 ; E pub. 34834 ; 
Hamilton S. Gordon, inc. 3100 

Darkie's (A) lament ; w and m Robert 
Payne, arr. G. Ensminger. © 1 c. 
Feb. 14, 1933 ; E unp. 67632 ; Robert 
E. Payne, jr. 3101 

Darling (A) girl; valse boston; song. 
© July 5, 1932 ; E pub. 33161 ; Paul 
Theodore Lindner. 3102 

Das, was war, bleibt ein geheimnis ; 
slow-fox, aus Saltomortale, w Fritz 
Rotter, English version Leon Col- 
lier, m Arthur Guttmann. © Apr. 
28, 1931; E for. 28228; Wiener 
boheme verlag. 3103 

Dawn ; by Bernard Wagness ; pf . © 
Jan. 10, 1933 ; E pub. 34709 ; Oliver 
Ditson co., inc. 3104 

Dawn (The) of a happier day; treble 
voices. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933 ; E unp. 
68062; Margaret Cutter Goodrich. 

3105 

Dawn of love; melody. © 1 c. Feb. 
15, 1933; E unp. 67696; Cecil Ellis. 

3106 

Day of days ; w R. Z. Meyer and Hugo 
Meyer, m Louise Carter. © 1 c. 
Feb. 4, 1933; E unp. 67307; Ray 
Z. Meyer. 3107 

Days of long ago ; waltz song, pf. arr. 
George Wald. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68025; Gordon L. Knight. 

3108 

Dear, I'll always love you ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; E 
unp. 68045; Don Ruocco. 3109 



Dear old memories ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E unp. 67938; 
Albert R. Jones. 3110 

Dear tired eyes; fox-trot ballad, w 
Norman Henry, m Brian Thornton; 
with ukulele arr. © Jan. 16, 1933 ; 
E for. 28342; Cecil Lennox, ltd. 

3111 

Dearest girl of all my dreams ; w 
Henry Abrams, m Burrell Van 
Buren and W. Lewis ; with ukulele 
arr. © Dec. 28, 1932 ; E pub. 34783 ; 
Will Lewis. 3112 

Dearest one ; w and melody Ted F. 
Kaye. © 1 c. Nov. 14, 1932 ; E unp. 
63961; Theo. F. Kowalewski. 3113 

Deep forest ; w Andy Razaf , m Regi- 
nald Foresythe and Earl Hines. © 
Jan. 30, 1933; E pub. 34569; Joe 
Davis, inc. 3114 

Definitely, it's you ; w Louis Rich- 
mond and Robert Hargreaves, m 
Marcelle Mayne ; with ukulele arr. 
© Dec. 23, 1932 ; E for. 28297 ; Cecil 
Lennox, ltd. 3115 

Delirio ; waltz, Fermo Dante Marchet- 
ti e Umberto Candiolo ; orch. parti. 
© Nov. 28, 1932; E for. 28357; M. 
Marietta. 3116 

Deliver me, oh Lord ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933 ; E unp. 68052 ; 
Henry Levin and Benj. Vine. 3117 

Democrat (The) volunteers; w Herb 
Gately, with melody. © 1 c. Feb. 
4, 1933; E unp. 67277; Leroy Ma- 
gruder. 3118 

Depression blues ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 
16, 1933 ; E unp. 67740 ; Frank Leslie 
Norris. 3119 

Depression you made a bad impres- 
sion in my dough re mi ; song, w L. 
Marsh. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1933 ; E unp. 
67186; Luther Marsh and Alton T. 
Swearer. 3120 

Depression's funeral march ; song. © 
1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E unp. 67959; 
Ruby Danks Cadman. 3121 

Derelict song; w L. Wolfe Gilbert, m 
Harry Akst, arr. Hugo Friedhofer. 
© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 67645 ; 
Movietone music corp. 3122 

Desert wolf; song. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1933; E unp. 68060; Jean LaHue 
Brown. 3123 

Desolacion ; waltz song. © 1 c. Feb. 
20, 1933; E unp. 67858; George M. 
Dada. 3124 



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Diack (John Michael) Seventeen 
Scottish songs ; selected from Or- 
pheus collection, v. 1, simply arr. 
J. M. Diack: pf. © Jan. 5, 1933; 
E for. 28375 ; Paterson's publica- 
tions, ltd. 3125 

Different [sic] delightful you ; song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 67731 ; 
Freddie Williams. 3126 

Disappointed dear ; song. arr. Kay 
Miller. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1933 ; E unp. 
67385; Ray Francis Wurzer. 3127 

Disappointed in you; pf. with w. © 
1 c. Feb. 15, 1933; E unp. 676S3 : 
Dorothy G. Galbraith. 3128 

Distinctive men's quartets ; compiled 
Rob Roy Peery. © Feb. 17, 1933; 
E pub. 34919; Theodore Presser co. 

3129 

Dizzy accordion ; by Pietro Frosini ; 
pf. accordion. © Jan. 5, 1933 ; E 
pub. 34929 ; Alfred music co., inc. 

3130 

Do you recall; w and m Bud Flana- 
gan, additional lyric Reg Connelly ; 
with ukulele arr. © Feb. 2, 1933; 
E for. 28174; Campbell, Connellv & 
co., ltd. 3131 

Dobbin; song. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1933; 
E unp. 67502 ; Agnes Elizabeth Rose. 

3132 

Dolores ; tango, w Robert Hargreaves 
and Stanley J. Damerell, m Monta- 
gue Ewing; with ukulele arr. © 
Dec. 23, 1932; E for. 2S296 ; Cecil 
Lennox, ltd. 3133 

Dolores, I love you ; w and meloclv. 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 67943 ; 
William A. Doverspike. 3134 

Don Juan in der fremde; ouverture, 
Hans Haug, op. 15; orch. Partitur. 
© Jan. 8, 1933; E for. 2S317 ; Edi- 
tion Adler, G. m. b. H. 3135 

Don't believe a word they say ; w 
Mitchell Parish, m Alan Grey; with 
ukulele arr. © Feb. 4, 1933 ; E pub. 
34838; Mills music, inc. 3136 

Don't do anything I wouldn't do; w 
and m Walter Donaldson : with uku- 
lele arr. © Feb. 27, 1933; E pub. 
34983; Donaldson, Douglas & Gum- 
ble, inc. 3137 

Don't ever leave me again ; song. © 
1 c. Feb. 6, 1933; E unp. 67298: 
Lawrence Scheinberg. 3138 



Don't kiss me and beg my pardon ; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 4. 1933 ; 
E unp. 67255 : Frank N. Drake. 

3139 

Don't leave me now ; song, m Edith 
Lillian Emmerich. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 
1933; E unp. 67233; Alfred Louis 
Emmerich. 3140 

Don't say good-bye to me : w Chesy 
d'Arc and Robert Fischer, m Chesy 
d'Arc ; with ukulele arr. Harold 
Potter. © Feb. 16. 1933: E pub. 
34S59; C. de Archangelis. inc. 

3141 

Don't say good-night : song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 15, 1933 ; E unp. 67686 ; Morris 
Olson and Henry Russell Olson. 

3142 

Don't send me orchids ; w Sidney 
Clare, melody Joseph Meyer. © 1 c. 
Feb. 27. 1933 ; E unp. 6S120 ; Santly 
bros., inc. 3143 

Don't tell about the past : m G. Chase ; 
pf. with w. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1933; 
E unp. 66833; A. E. Goodyer. 3144 

Don't tell me ; w S. Comly, melody 
John Sebastian. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1933 : E unp. 67813 : Chaffee Earl. 

3145 

Don't wear a frown ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 67539 ; 
Eva Wallace Pindell. 3146 

Dorfmusik (Die) ; walzerlied, text 
Teo v. Donop u. Peter Kirsten, m 
Mart Fryberg, arr. Franciscus Nag- 
ler ; mannerchor. © Feb. 6, 1933 ; 
E for. 28448: Musikverlag City. 

3147 

Dos (Las) de la mafiana : tango; pf. 
con letra. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1933; E 
unp. 67800: Telesforo R. del Valle. 

3148 

Doux aveu ; melodie. de Une voix qui 
meurt, paroles Fabrice Lemon, m 
Henri Goublier. fils : bar. ou mezzo- 
sop. © Dec. 1, 1932 ; E for. 28481 ; 
Henri Conin. 3149 

Down at the bottom of the sea ; w 
and m Robert Stanley and Ralph 
Butler ; with ukulele arr. © Jan. 
16, 1933: E for. 28343; Cecil Len- 
nox, ltd. 3150 

Down channel : overture. Alec Row- 
ley ; orch. pts. © Jan. 27, 1933; 
.E for. 28280; W. Paxton & co., ltd. 

3151 



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3180 



Down in ' my heart ; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 67229 ; Thomas 
Wilson Hoag. 3152 

Down on the delta ; fox-trot, w Spen- 
cer Williams, m Thomas Waller ; 
with ukulele arr. © Feb. 17, 1933 ; 
E for. 28394 ; Irwin Dash music co., 
ltd. 3153 

Down South where dear old mammy's 
waitin' for me ; w Al Hoffman, and 
melody. © Feb. 1, 1933; E unp. 
67155 ; Michael Slowitzky. 3154 

Down where the river meets the sea ; 
w and m Val Burton and Will Ja- 
son. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933; E unp. 
67755 ; Movietone music corp. 3155 

Dramatic episodes; comp. R. H. Bas- 
sett; [pf.-conductor] © 1 c. Feb. 
13, 1933; E unp. 67655; Movietone 
music corp. 3156 

Draw nigh, and take the body of the 
Lord ; communion hymn or introit, 
anon., tr. from Latin, John Mason 
Neale. m Basil Harwood ; organ ace. 
© Jan. 31, 1933; E for. 28176; 
Novello & co., ltd. 3157 

Dream (A) ; nocturne, op. 7 ; pf . © 
1 c. Feb. 25, 1933; E unp. 68071; 
Emma Schwarze. 3158 

Dream cabin ; w and m Helen Sims. 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 67572 ; 
Helen Simmergren. 3159 

Dream girl; fox trot song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 25, 1933; E unp. 67329; Hugh 
McLeod. 3160 

w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 

1933: E unp, 68067; Michael Rech- 
ler. 3161 

— — w Vivian Miller, m Ralph Laver- 
ty ; with ukulele arr. © Dec. 28, 
1932 ; E pub. 34788 ; Will Lewis. 

3162 

Dream love ; song, m James L. Brown ; 
with ukulele arr. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1933 ; E unp. 67606 ; Wayne A. Re- 
ber. 3163 

Dream (A) of Babylon; by P. Beech- 
field Carver, op. 21; brass and reed 
band pts. © Jan. 3, 1933; E for. 
28255; Hawkes & son (London) ltd. 

3164 

Dream song; w Walter de la Mare, 
m C. Armstrong Gibbs. Winthrop 
Rogers ed. © Jan. 31, 1933 ; E for. 
28348 ; Boosey & co., ltd. 3165 

Dreaming; song. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1933; E unp. 67581; Ellen Arnott 
Bates. 3166 



valse song. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1933 ; 

E unp. 67712; Florence M. Mistretta. 

3167 

Dreaming dreams of you, dear ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E 
unp. 67947; Frank Falbo. 3168 



Dreaming of you ; s 
1 c. F ' 
Stiles 



„ melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 67377 ; Eva 

3169 



Dreams of long ago; song, melody 
Robert Van Sickle. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1933 ; E unp. 67972 ; August H. Rin- 
gen. 3170 

Dreamy lullaby ; waltz, Dick Black- 
ledge ; 1st B flat trumpet. © 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1933 ; E unn. 67407 ; Richard 
Cyrus Blackledge. 3171 

Dreamy southern moon ; song, w James 
G. Clyne. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933; 
E unp. 67543; Effie E. McCloud. 

3172 

Drei zarte rosen ; tanganilla-serenade, 
w Beda, m Heinrich Strecker. © 
Dec. 12, 1932; E for. 28486; Weiner 
boheme-verlag, G. m. b. H. 3173 

Drifting down the Mississippi; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1933; E 
unp. 67695 ; Susie Tracy Booker. 

3174 

Drifting far from God ; hymn, w L. L. 
Pickett, m Harry Mitchell. © Feb. 
16, 1933; E pub. 34865; John H. 
Brunner. 3175 

Drink your coffee with cream ; song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933 ; E unp. 68182 ; 
Victor Mizzy. 3176 

Du bist in meinem leben die erste sen- 
sation; tango, w Fritz Rotter, m 
Walter Jurmann und Bronislav Ka- 
per. © Oct. 26, 1932 ; E for. 28490 ; 
Wiener boheme-verlag, G. m. b. H. 

3177 

Du bist verruckt, mein schatz, du 
denkst an liebe ; foxtrot, w u. m 
Fritz Rotter u. B. Kaper. © Apr. 
1, 1931; E for. 28229; Wiener bo- 
henie verlag. 3178 

Du schwarzer Zigeuner ; lied u. tango, 
deutscher text Beda, m Karel Vacek, 
arr. Alexander Steinbrecher ; salon- 
jazz orch. stimmen, u. manner trio. 
© Dec. 31, 1932 ; E for. 28462 ; Wie- 
ner operettenverlag, G. m. b. H., 
Dacapo verlag. 3179 

Dusky belle ; melody. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 
1933; E unp. 67232; Earl Hines. 

3180 



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3181 



pt. in, n. s., v. 28- 



Dusty shoes; w E. Y. Harburg, m 
Jay Gorney ; with ukulele arr. © 
Feb. 20, 1933 ; E pub. 34955 ; Harms, 
inc. 3181 

Earth (The) is the Lord's; motet, w 
from the Bible, m Ernest Walker; 
sop. 1, 2, and alto. © Jan. 31, 1933 ; 
E for. 28209 ; Novello & co.. ltd. 

3182 

East River moon; fox trot, Ralph 
Rainger, dance arr. John M. Leipold ; 
[pf. conductor] © 1 c. Feb. 4, 
1933 ; E unp. 67462 ; Famous music 
corp. 3183 

Easter (An) alleluia; based on old 
Easter carol, English text E. A. F.. 
m arr. Edward A. Fuhrmann ; mixed 
voices, organ ace. © Feb. 21, 1933 ; 
E pub. 34950 ; M. Witmark & sons. 

3184 

Easter mood ; mystical sermon, text 
adapted and set to music E. A. 
Farner ; mixed cho., with organ ace. 
© Feb. 10, 1933 ; E pub. 34959 ; Eu- 
gene A. Farner. 3185 

Easter triumph ; service, w A. A. Payn, 
and others, m Roy E. Nolte, M. 
Isabelle Ritter and Clarence Kohl- 
mann. © Feb. 23, 1933; E pub. 
34981 ; Hall-Mack co. 3186 

Ebraica; string quartet. Sc. and pts. 
© Sept. 15, 1932; E for. 28302; 
Samuel Alman. 3187 

Einmal kommt einer [and] Jedes jahr 
im friihling; aus Traum von Schon- 
brunn, text Ernst Neubach, m Artur 
Guttmann, klavier arr. Walter Bor- 
chert. © July 19, 1932; E for. 
28499; Wiener boheme-verlag, G. m. 
b. H. 3188 

Einmal mocht' ich noch primaner sein ; 
tango, text u. m Bruno Balz, Bert 
Reisfeld u. Rolf Marbot. © Jan. 16, 
1933; E for. 28210; Musikverlag 
City. 3189 

Einmal wirst auch du mich lieben ; 
English waltz, w Kurt Breuer. m 
Trojan Wellisch, klav. arr. Walter 
Borchert. © Nov. 22, 1932; E for. 
28487; Wiener boheme-verlag, G. m. 
b. H. 3190 

Eins, zwei, drei, mein liebster ist ein 
schneiderlein ; foxtrot, text Ridi 
Walfried u. Emmi Morgenstern, m 
Karl Foderl. © July 30, 1932; E 
for. 28491 ; Wiener boheme-verlag. 
G. m. b. H. 3191 



Eldridge (Judson) 100 Dixie favor- 
ites; coll. of songs, compiled and ed. 
J. Eldridge. © Jan. 25, 1933; A 
60101 ; A. B. Eads. 3192 

Eleanor; song. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; 
E unp. 68174 ; Maury Madison. 3193 

Elegie ; by Robert H. Taylor, op. 1. no. 
1 ; violin and pf . © Jan. 13, 1933 ; 
E pub. 34744 ; Willis music co. 3194 

Emma ; tango, song, w George M. 
Dada. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933; E unp. 
68117 ; Antonio Frances. 3195 

Emmett's lullaby; transcribed Guy E. 
Holmes; BB flat bass sousaphone 
with pf. ace. © Feb. 10. 1933; E 
pub. 34803; Rubank, inc. 3196 

Ensueno de amor; valzer, Carlos Di 
Sarli ; orch. parti. © Jan. 10, 1933 ; 
E for. 28436 ; G. Ricordi & co. 3197 

Ersten (Die) blumen im mai; tango, 
text Gerd Karlick, m Eug. Herb. 
Darras u. Franz Grothe. © Dec. 13, 
1932; E for. 28196; Edition Franz 
Grothe, G. m. b. H. 3198 

Es hat geklingelt; schlager, text Hans 
Hannes, m Rudolf Nelson, arr. 
Franz Stolzenwald u. Billy Golwyn. 
© Feb. 6, 1933 ; E for. 28449 ; Musik- 
verlag City. 3199 

Esperanza ; tango, dal film Tre uomini 
in frak, versi Michele Galdieri, ver- 
sion spagnola Tito Schipa, m Um- 
berto Mancini ; pf . © Dec. 30, 1932 ; 
E for. 28206; Edizione musicali 
Caesar film. 3200 

Essig und oel ; v. Siegfried Geyer u. 
Paul Frank, gesangstexte Robert 
Katscher u. Siegfried Geyer, m 
Robert Katscher. Vollstiindiger 
klavierauszug mit text. © Nov. 4, 
1932; E for. 28329; Alrobi musik- 
verlag, G. m. b. H. 3201 

Et nunc et semper ; poeme symphon- 
ique, pour sop. solo, violoncelle solo, 
orch. et choeurs, Marius Casadesus, 
reduction pour sop., violoncelle, 
choeurs et pf. par l'auteur. © Nov. 
1, 1932 ; E for. 28339 ; Editions Sala- 
bert. 3202 

Evening of dreams ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 
20, 1933 ; E unp. 67825 ; Robert Jack 
Chicsaw. 3203 

Evergreen glade; song. © 1 c. Feb. 
27. 1933; E unp. 68138; William 
Hintz. 3204 

Every little thing; w and m Gene 
Hyde. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1933; E unp. 
67178 ; Eugene Nelson Hyde. 3205 



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3233 



Every once in a while ; fox-trot, w and 
ra Earle Williams and Harry De 
Hart, jr. ; with ukulele arr. © Feb. 
18, 1933; E pub. 34886; Harry De 
Hart and Alva Stevens. 3206 

Everything might have been so differ- 
ent; song, melody James Crane. © 
1 c. Feb. 8, 1933; E unp. 67400; 
Richard Weaver Eaton. 3207 

Everything was simply charming; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; 
E unp. 68049; Henry Levin and 
Benj. Vine. 3208 

Everything would be O. K. ; song, m 
Clarence St. John. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1933 ; E unp. 68089 ; Percy Gibson. 

3209 

Excelsior-marsch ; v. Karl Patsch ; 
orch. stimmen. 1. Salon-orch. — 2. 
Grosses orch. © Dec. 20, 1930; E 
for. 28219. 28220; Musikverlag 
Melodie, inh. Karl Patsch. 

3210, 3211 

~ pf. © Dec. 20. 1930; E 

for. 28221; Musikverlag Melodie, 
inh. Karl Patsch. 3212 

Eyes of Texn s ; medley, arr. R. B. 
Eisenberg; band pts. Rev. ed. © 
Feb. 13, 1933 ; E pub. 34920 ; Ellis B. 
Hall. 3213 

F. D. Roosevelt victory march ; pf. © 
1 c. Feb. 15, 1933; E unp. 67679; 
Abel Accorti. 3214 

Fais dodo; berceuse, de Une voix qui 
meurt, paroles Fabrice Lemon, m 
Henri Goublier, fils ; ten. ou sop. 
© Dec. 1, 1932; E for. 28479; Henri 
Conin. 3215 

Fall in love; fox trot song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 67713 ; Douglas 
Tucker. 3216 

Falling star ; w Edward Heyman, m 
Jack Rich and Al Vann ; with uku- 
lele arr. © Feb. 7, 1933; E pub. 
34796 ; Famous music corp. 3217 

Family's (The) resolution; song, arr. 
Jean Walz. © Jan. 16, 1933 ; E pub. 
34855 ; Irene Hudson. 3218 

Famous lovers; song. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1933 ; E unp. 67319 ; William Henry 
Buckley. 3219 

Fanatic (The) ; by S. Kaylin ; pf. -con- 
ductor. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 
67648 ; Movietone music corp. 3220 



Far, far away ; song, m Jim Browne ; 
with ukulele arr. © Jan. 3, 1933; 
E pub. 34674 ; Frederick Simmons. 

3221 

Farewell ; fox-trot, w Andy Razaf, m 
Paul Denniker. © Feb. 6, 1933; E 
pub. 34658; Joe Davis, inc. 3222 

Farmer's romance; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 
14, 1933 ; E unp. 67633 ; Avedis Yer- 
gatian. 3223 

Farsa (La) amorosa ; dal Cappello a 
tre punte, P. de Alarcon, scene popo- 
laresche, Arturo Rossato, m Ric- 
cardo Zandonai, rid. per canto e pf. 
Guido Zuccoli. © Feb. 4, 1933; D 
28388 ; G. Ricordi & co. 3223* 

Father ; hymn of praise, w Ellen M. 
Burnton. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; E 
unp. 68190; Alice J. Condon. 3224 

Father, in Thy mysterious presence 
kneeling; hymn-anthem, w Samuel 
Johnson, m Daniel Protheroe ; sop. 
and alto ; organ ace. © Jan. 13. 
1933; E pub. 34725; Boston music 
co. 3225 

Faun im schilf; by Ferdinand Saba- 
thil, op. 328; flute and pf. © Jan. 
26, 1933 ; E for. 28291 ; Rudall, Carte 
& co., ltd. 3226 

Fellowship (A) of song; w and m 
William C. King ; men's cho. © Jan. 
13, 1933; E pub. 34722; Boston mu- 
sic co. 3227 

Ferguson (Howard) Sonata; violin 
and pf. © Jan. 13, 1933; E for. 
28262; Hawkes & son (London) ltd. 

3228 

Fiddle and bow ; by William Spielter ; 
violin and pf. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67836 ; Movietone music corp. 

3229 

Fire and flame ; w Anna Addison 
Moody, m Mrs. H. H. A. Beach, op. 
136. 1. Sop. or ten. — 2. Mezzo-sop. 
or bar. © Feb. 6, 1933; E pub. 
34812 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co. 3230 

Fire side memories ; w and melodv. © 
1 c. Feb. 4, 1933 ; E unp. 67256;* Sam- 
uel F. Evans. 3231 

First (The) lady of the land waltz; 
[pf. conductor] (c) 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1933; E unp. 67880; John Kreutzer. 

3232 

First (The) Mrs. Fraser ; selection, 
w Bruce Sievier, m Colin Wark, 
Davis Hendrie and Harry Woods ; 
pf. © Nov. 16, 1932; E for. 28514; 
Peter Maurice music co., ltd. 3233 



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3234 



pt. in, n. s., v. 28 






First of all ; 24 pieces. Ivor R. Foster, 
op. 22 ; pf . © Feb. 14, 1933 ; E for. 
28451 ; Joseph Williams, ltd. 3234 

Fischer's (Hans) method for piano in- 
struction : by Hans Fischer, v. 1. 
© Feb. 1, 1933 ; E pub. 34848 ; John 
Fischer. 3235 

Five (The) piece band: w and melody 
Phil Baxter. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1933; 
E unp. 67820 ; Leo Feist, inc. 3236 

Flament (Edouard) 20 inventions a 
deux voix : op. 103 ; pf . © Jan. 15. 
1933 ; E for. 28310 ; A. Cranz. 3237 

Flowers that fade in the fall ; song, 
m Bertha Fisher Johnson. © 1 c. 
Feb. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 67371 ; Richard 
Sylvester Johnson. 3238 

Flyer (The) ; by R. Ridewood, arr. 
Gregor J. Grant ; brass and reed 
band pts. © Jan. 3, 1933: E for. 
28254; Hawkes & son (London) ltd. 

3239 

Football parade ; by John Leipold ; [pf. 
conductor] © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933; E 
unp. 67463 ; Famous music corp. 

3240 

For the littlest one ; w and m Alina R. 
Crummey : pf . © Jan. 27, 1933 : AA 
114702; Clayton F. Summy co. 3241 

For you : w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1933; E unp. 68023; Robert 
Charles Venners. 3242 

For you and me ; song, w Charles 
Wright, m arr. Peter Brady. © 
Feb. 1, 1933; E pub. 34830; Carl N. 
Babcock. 3243 

For you — just you ; w Chapin. m Ron- 
ald Thor. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1933; E 
unp. 67885 ; Waldo E. Fisher. 3244 

For you're just the one my heart de- 
sires ; song, m Jack Mahoney. © 
Jan. 7, 1933 ; E pub. 34667 ; Thomas 
O'Leary. 3245 

Forest lullaby ; by Marie Seuel-Holst, 
op. 27, no. 2 ; pf., 6 hands. © Feb. 
17, 1933 ; E pub. 34851 ; Schroeder & 
Gunther, inc. 3246 

Forever ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68068; G. Francis Ingle. 

3247 

Forever dear ; fox trot song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1933 ; E unp. 07342 : Marie 
Theresa Corley. 3248 

Forgive me sweetheart and let's start 
anew ; song, melody James L. 
Brown. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933 ; E unp. 
67249 ; Vera Miller. 3249 



Forgotten (The) soldier boy; song T 
arr. by Tommy Ott. © Jan. 28, 
1933; E pub. 34801; Bert Monroe 
Layne. 3250 

Four-leaf clover ; fox-trot, w and m 
May Thompson, arr. Fred Chap- 
pelle; orch. pts. © Feb. 7. 1933: 
E for. 28398; Boosey & co., ltd. 

3251 

Fraulein Annemarie ; paso-doble. w 
Fritz Rotter, m Juan Llossas u. 
Bochmann, spezial-arr. W a 1 t'e r 
Borchert ; salon-orch. stimmen. © 
May 12, 1931 ; E for. 28223 : Wiener 
boheme verlag, Otto Hein. 3252 

Fragrant flowers ; waltz, Pietro Fro- 
sini ; pf. accordion. © Jan. 5, 1933 ; 
E pub. 34928 ; Alfred music co., inc. 

3253 

Frau (Eine), die weiss, was sie will; 
komodie, Alfred Griinwald, m Oscar 
Straus. Vollstandiger klavierauszug 
mit text. © Nov. 18, 1932: E for. 
28184 ; Drei masken musik, G.m.b.H., 

3254 

Frau'n (Die) sind fur niich eine 
walzermelodie ; waltz, w Fritz Rot- 
ter, m Otto Stransky. © May 9, 
1931; E for. 28230; Wiener boheme 
verlag, Otto Hein. 3255 

Free again; song. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 
1933; E unp. 67198; Blanche Mar- 
garet Mathews. 3256 

Freshmans (The) motto; w Grace 
Potter, m Marye H. Goddard. © 
1 c. Feb. 20, 1933; E unp. 67857: 
Marye Goddard. 3257 

Friends ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67771 ; Feme Hansen. 3258 

Friends of my old school days ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933; E 
unp. 67259 ; John H. Weldon. 3259 

Friendship : operetta for girls, bk., 
lyrics and m Mary Lichthardt ; vie- 
lin ad lib. © Jan. 13, 1933; D 
283S3; Willis music co. 3259* 

Frine ; inareha ; pf. with w. © 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 67569 : Enrique 
Mari. 3260 

Frog (A) he would a-wooing go; by 
Wilbur Chenoweth; pf. © Jan. 13, 
1933; E pub. 34730; Boston music 
co. 3261 

From citv sidewalks to country grass; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67522; Eva Wallace Pindell. 

3262 



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no. 2, 1933 



3291 



From dawn to noon in Taormina ; 
poem symphonic; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 

23, 1933; E unp. 68013; Philip 
Millonzi. 3263 

From many lands ; musical sketch, w 
and m Mildred Adair ; cho., pf., vio- 
lin and rhythmic orch. Sc. © Feb. 

24, 1933 ; D 28396 ; Theodore Presser 
co. 3263* 

From the city to the farm, with Molly 
by my side ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1933; E unp. 67958; La 
Vera Peyton. 3264 

Gal (The) from Amarillo ; w and m 
Val Burton and Will Jason. © 
Jan. 30, 1933 ; E pub. 34598 ; Movie- 
tone music corp. 3265 

Gardens ; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67786; Iris Brussels. 3266 

Gay Vienna; by Louise Christine 
Rebe; pf. © Jan. 13, 1933; E pub. 
34734 ; Boston music co. 3267 

Gee but I get a lonesome feeling; 
song, arr. G. Leipold. © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1933; E unp. 67969; Catherine 
Louise Akin. 3268 

Gee, but my boy friend is dumb ; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; 
E unp. 68157; Benjamin Buch- 
binder, jr. 3269 

Gee I don't care ; fox trot song. © 
1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; E unp. 67330; 
Bettie Fergie. 3270 

Gee, kid; song, arr. Bob Nelson. © 
1 c. Feb. 17, 1933; E unp. 67774; 
Fred Phillips Cummins. 3271 

General William Booth enters into 
heaven ; rhapsody, poem Nicholas 
Vachel Lindsay, m Philip James ; 
male cho. © Jan. 27, 1933 ; E pub. 
34618; M. Witmark & sons. 3272 

Gerhard (Robert) Sis cangons popu- 
lars de Catalunya; deutscher text 
R. S. Hoffmann, English tr. J. B. 
Trend, m R. Gerhard. © Jan. 2, 
1933; E for. 28473; Universal edi- 
tion, a. g. 3273 

Get hot; song, melody Rocco Colonna. 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1933 ; E unp. 67699 ; 
Harry Prince. 3274 

Get out and be somebodv ; w and m 
Lew Walker. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68007 ; Louis Walker. 3275 

Ghost (The) of a kiss: song, m James 
L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1933; E unp. 68002; Ura 
Link Eckhardt. 3276 



Gift (The) ; andante and polacca, J. 
Harrington Young; flute, with pf. 
ace. © Jan. 24, 1933 ; E for. 28260 ; 
Hawkes & son (London) ltd. 3277 

Gift for you; w and melody Erin 
O'Dea. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 
67526 ; Margaret M. McGinley. 3278 

Gilded paradise; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 4, 1933; E unp. 67252; 
Anna P. Williams. 3279 

Gimme the pipe ; w and m Maurice 
Beresford and Dave Silver; with 
ukulele arr. © Jan. 28, 1933 ; E for. 
28316; J. Liber. 3280 

Girl (The) in my arms is the girl of 
my dreams ; song, melody Jack Ma- 
honey. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 
67700; Hugh Hansen. 3281 

Girl (The) in yellow; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 20, 1933; E unp. 67866; Doro- 
thea Lay ton. 3282 

Girl of my golden dreams ; song, m 
Luther A. Clark. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 
1933; E unp. 67204; Stanley Wil- 
liams. 3283 

Git along; song. © Jan. 12, 1933; E 
pub. 34640; Lawrence music pub- 
lishers, inc. 3284 

Give a cheer for beer ; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 14, 1933 ; E unp. 67670 ; Samuel 
Cooper. 3285 

Give him a smile ; song, w George 
Klingle. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 
67375 ; Alice F. Allen. 3286 

Give me a roll on a drum ; from Mel- 
ody, w Irving Caesar, m Sigmund 
Romberg ; with ukulele arr. © Feb. 
20, 1933 ; E pub. 34948 ; Harms, inc. 

3287 

Give me the moonlight, a Junenight 
and you ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67412 ; Yolanda Di Meglio. 

3288 

Glad to meet your mother ; song, mel- 
ody P. Garten. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68112; Paula Garten and 
Peggy Lincoln. 3289 

Glorious (A) night in Venice; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1933 ; E unp. 
672S9 ; Andrew E. Toce. 3290 

Gliick liber nacht ; schlager, w Robert 
Gilbert u. A. Robinson, m Paul Ab- 
raham. © Dec. 22, 1932; E for. 
28187; Doremi musikverlag, a. g. 

3291 



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pt. in, n. s M v. 28 



Go back; melody. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1933 ; E unp. 68079 ; Joe Barone. 

3292 

God is in His holy temple ; w from 
Hymns of the Spirit, 1864, m Carl 
F. Mueller ; divided 4-pt. mixed cho. 
© Feb. 8, 1933; E pub. 34763; G. 
Schirmer, inc. 3293 

God save the king; arr. Arthur War- 
rell; mixed cho., unacc. © Dec. 8, 
1932; E for. 27759; Oxford univ. 
press. 3294 

Goin' to town, figurin' out the long 
way home; w and melody Geo. W. 
Meyer, Pete Wendling and Chas. 
O'Flynn. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1933; E 
unp. 67145 ; Irving Berlin, inc. 3295 

Going ! going ! ! gone ; w and melody 
Phil Baxter. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67823 ; Leo Feist, inc. 3296 

Going to the fair ; from Lace and por- 
celain, w Harold Simpson, m Eric 
Coates ; 2 voices. © Feb. 7, 1933 ; E 
for. 28397 ; Boosey & co., ltd. 3297 

Golden (The) key; song, melody Lou- 
ise Herrold. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68058; Nettie K. Hurlburt. 

3298 

Golden melodies for French horn ; arr. 
Charles N. Boyd ; with pf. ace. © 
Feb. 3, 1933 ; E pub. 34620 ; M. Wit- 
mark & sons. 3299 

Golden (The) valse ; valse medley, se- 
lected and arr. Aubrey Winter; 
brass and reed band pts. © Feb. 3, 
1933 ; E for. 28350 ; Hawkes & son 
(London) ltd. 3300 

Goliwog (The) ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1933 ; E unp. 67504 ; Agnes Elizabeth 
Rose. 3301 

Goo, ga, ga, goo; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 67737 ; Ar- 
thur James. 3302 

Good by [sic] is all I can say to you ; 
fox trot, w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 
8, 1933 ; E unp. 67405 ; O. Bill Heyer. 

3303 

Good-bye ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67519 ; Clarence Leander 
Young. 3304 

Good-bye depression ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1933; E unp. 67143; 
J. Franklin Hull. 3305 

Good-bye, until ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1933 ; E unp. 67509 ; Orville Edward 
Sharratt. 3306 



Good old lager beer ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1933 ; E unp. 67394 ; 
Irving Schloss. 3307 

Good times are coming; w Margretha 
Brohmer, and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 
20, 1933; E unp. 67828; Charles C. 
Chapman. 3308 

Goodnight my darling; song, m James 
L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 68004 ; Maxine 
Louise Wiggin. 3309 

Goona goona ; w Mitchell Parish, m 
Serge Walter, pf. sc. Lou Leaman ; 
with ukulele arr. © Jan. 20, 1933 ; 
E pub. 34637 ; Mills music, inc. 

3310 

Gossip Jones ; Gloucestershire folk- 
song, collected, arr. and w adapted ; 
unison, with descant. © Jan. 27, 
1933 ; E for. 28426 ; H. Hurlbutt Al- 
bino. 3311 

Grade's missing brother ; song. © 
1 c. Feb. 3, 1933; E unp. 67207; 
Roderick MacDougall. 3312 

Graener (Paul) Drei schwedische 
tanze; op. 98. nr. 1-3; orch. Parti- 
tur. © Dec. 12, 1932 ; E for. 28390 ; 
Ed. Bote & G. Bock. 3313 

pf . © Oct. 29, 1932 ; E 



for. 28385 ; Ed. Bote & G. Bock. 

3314 

Granada ; w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 
28, 1933 ; E unp. 68183 : James Anton 
Trecartin. 3315 

Grand (The) old man; w and m by 
Brother Simon; pf. © Feb. 1, 
1933; E pub. 34773; George L. 
Drury. 3316 

Gray mansion by the Tennessee ; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; 
E unp. 67944 ; B. A. Hodgins. 3317 

Great (A) big moon had a great big 
smile; w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1933; E unp. 67953; J. Hafford 
Porter and T. R. Wilson. 3318 

Great (The) Divide; song, w Lew 
Sarett. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1933 ; E unp. 
67490 ; Mildred Lund Tyson. 3319 

Greater love hath no man; song. © 
1 c. Feb. 17, 1933; E unp. 67761; 
John Alfred Christian Hughes. 3320 

Green (The) hills of old Ireland; 
valse song. © 1 c. Feb. 1. 1933; 
E imp. 67348; Kate Dawson. 3321 

Grieg (Edvard Hagerup) Feeding 
song ; Norwegian folk song, arr. 
G. A. Grant-Schaefer ; 4-pt. junior 



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3348 



boys' voices. © Feb. 8, 1933 ; E pub. 
34825 ; Raymond A. Hoffman co. 

3322 

In the boat ; cho. or trio, w 

Barnetta Brown, m arr. William 
Stickles ; sop. 1, 2 and alto. © Feb. 
16, 1933 ; E pub. 34917 ; Harms, inc. 

3323 

Morning - mood ; op. 46, no. 1, 

transcribed George J. Trinkaus ; 
woodwind quintet. Sc. and pts. © 
Feb. 3, 1933 ; E pub. 34627 ; M. Wit- 
mark & sons. 3324 

Grosse (Der) bluff; schlager, w u. m 
Fritz Rotter u. Franz Grothe. © 
Nov. 24, 1932 ; E for. 28186 ; Edition 
Franz Grothe, G. m. b. H. 3325 

Grosse meister fur kleine hande; aus- 
gewahlt Marianne Kuranda ; klavier. 
© Dec. 7, 1932; E for. 28472; Uni- 
versal edition, a. g. 3326 

Grosstadt-nachte ; walzer, aus dem 
tonfilm, Karol Rathaus, klavier-arr. 
Alexander Steinbrecher ; pf. © 
Dec. 29, 1932 ; E for. 28468 ; Univer- 
sal edition, a. g. 3327 

Ground hog blues no. 2 ; w and melody 
Thomas. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1933; E 
unp. 67430 ; Southern music pub. co., 
inc. 3328 

Gunn (Mary) Two Chinese songs; 
pf. solo and voice and pf. © 1 c. 
Feb. 9, 1933; E unp. 67458; Mary 
Margaret Gunn. 3329 

Gwenlas ; hymn tune. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1933; E unp. 67702; John Thomas 
James. 3330 

Gypsy lover ; w and melody Kendall 
Burgess and Harold Raymond. © 
1 c. Feb. 11, 1933; E unp. 67559; 
Superior music, inc. 3331 

Gypsy valse ; pf . © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67847 ; Nick Bolin. 3332 

H'ya Duchess ; w and m Johnny 
Burke and Harold Spina ; with 
ukulele arr. May Singhi Breen. © 
Feb. 24, 1933 ; E pub. 34995 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp. 3333 

Handel (Georg Friedrich) Hallelu- 
jah, amen ; from Judas Maccabaeus, 
ed. Norwood Hinkle ; mixed voices ; 
pf. or organ ace. © Jan. 4, 1933; 
E pub. 34695 ; Oliver Ditson co., inc. 

3334 

More sweet rays ; cantata, Eng- 
lish, Albert G. Latham, m arr. and 
ed. W. Gillies Whittaker ; 2-pt. fe- 
male choir. Complete ed. © July 



28, 1932 ; E for. 28300 ; Oxford univ. 
press. 3335 

Hallelu Aunt Hagar's chilluns hallelu ; 
operetta, w, m and special arr. Sarah 
W. Butler. © 1 c. text Jan. 11, 1 c. 
music Feb. 3 r 1933; D 28379; Sarah 
Butler. 3335* 

Hallelujah ; w and melody Leon De 
Costa. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 
67616 ; Olive De Costa. 3336 

Hallowe'en; song. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1933 ; E unp. 67505 ; Agnes Elizabeth 
Rose. 3337 

Happening to happiness ; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 18, 1933; E unp. 67798; Elise 
Ullepitsch Wright. 3338 

Happiness, triumphant, complete ; mix- 
ed voices. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933; E 
unp. 67856 ; Af ton S. Hayward. 3339 

Happy ending; w E. S. McGrew, m 
C. K. Young. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68150; Edna S. McGrew and 
Charles K. Young. 3340 

Happy kid; song. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1933 ; E unp. 67968 ; Otto H. A. Sie- 
vert. 3341 

Harlekin ; jazz-intermezzo, langsamer 
foxtrot, Ralph Erwin, spezial-arr. 
Walter Borchert ; orch. stimmen. 
© July 26, 1932; E for. 28482; 
Wiener boheme-verlag, G. m. b. H. 

3342 

Harlem gal ; w and m Donald Hey- 
wood and J. Russel Robinson. © 
Jan. 12, 1933 ; E pub. 34746 ; South- 
ern music pub. co., inc. 3343 

Harlem Sue; song. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 
1933; E unp. 67206; Francis Dunn. 

3344 

Hats off, the Flag goes my; by 
Geoffrey O'Hara, arr. Edgar Rus- 
sell Carver; band pts. © Jan. 30, 
1933; E pub. 34614; Harms, inc. 

3345 

march, Geoffrey O'Hara, orch. 

Edgar Russell Carver ; pts. © Feb. 
18. 1933 ; E pub. 34916 ; Harms, inc. 

3346 

Hawaiian breezes ; Hawaiian guit. 
diagram. © Feb. 3, 1933; E pub. 
34689; Samuel Quagenti. 3347 

Hawaiian lullaby ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 
8, 1933; E unp. 67414; Kenneth R. 
Holmes. 3348 

Haydn (Franz Josef) The creation; 
new English text A. H. Fox-Strang- 
ways and Steuart Wilson ; mixed 



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Haydn (Franz Josef) — Continued, 
voices. Voc. sc. © Sept. 15, 1932; 
E for. 28301 ; Oxford univ. press. 

3349 

Divertimento; in G dur, hrsg. u. 

bearb. Karl Geiringer ; flote, oboe, 
2 horner in G, u. streicher. Par- 
titur. © Sept. 8, 1932; E for. 
28305 ; Edition Adler, G. m. b. H. 

3350 

Minuet; from Quartet no. 10, ed. 

Theodore M. Finney ; string quartet. 
Sc. and pts. © Feb. 3, 1933 ; E pub. 
34624; M. Witmark & sons. 3351 

Nelson-arie ; gesang von der 

schlacht am Nil, Englisch, Mrs. 
Knight, ubersetzt Franz Hessel u. 
L. Landshoff, hrsg. u. instrumentiert 
Ludwig Landshoff; orch. Partitur. 
© Sept. 1, 1932 ; E for. 28383 ; Edi- 
tion Adler, G. m. b. H. 3352 

Die welt auf dem monde; kom- 

ische oper. text frei nach Goldoni v. 
Wilhelm M. Treichlinger, musikal- 
ische oper. text frei nach Goldoni v. 
auszug mit text. © Nov. 5, 1932 ; 
D 28384 ; Edition Adler, G. m. b. H. 

3352* 

He lifted me up — yes, up; hymn, w 
Mrs. D. T. Yaxley, m Mrs. D. T. 
Yaxley and Mrs. A. Eisenhart, arr. 
Donald G. Davis. © Dec. 31, 1932 ; 
E pub. 34966 ; Harry W. Vom Bruch. 

3353 

He lives ; anthem, w Anna Hoppe and 
an old German chorale, m S. Clar- 
ence Trued; mixed voices. © Feb. 
16, 1933 ; E pub. 34884 ; Schools mu- 
sic publishers, inc. 3354 

He liveth ; Easter service, w Elsie 
Duncan Yale, and others, m J. Lin- 
coln Hall. © Feb. 23, 1933 ; E pub. 
34982; Hall-Mack co. 3355 

He's a blonde; fox trot song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 1, 1933 ; E unp. 67349 ; Kay A. 
Hiller. 3356 

He's the fellow for me ; w and mel- 
ody Budd L. Cross, Charles Kraatz 
and Jerome Metzel. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1933; E unp. 67411; Cross, Kraatz 
and Metzel. 3357 

He understands; hymn, m arr. Mrs. 
C. P. Wilson. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68008; Justine DeRieux. 

3358 

Healing chant ; song. © Jan. 14, 1933 ; 
E pub. 34972; Bertha Graebner. 

3359 



Heart-broken ; waltz, w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 18. 1933 : E unp. 67801 ; 
Louis Ralph DeStefano. 3360 

Heart of oak ; w David Garrick, air 
Dr. Boyce, arr., Stanford Robinson. 
© Feb. 8, 1933; E for. 28361: 
Stainer & Bell, ltd. 3361 

Heaven; song. © 1 c. Feb. 6. 1933; 
E unp. 67305; Bonnie Elizabeth 
Davis White. 3362 

Heaven on earth; w and m Clarence 
Tyner. © 1 c. Feb. 25. 1933 ; E unp. 
68131; Clarence Edward Tyner. 

3363 

Heaven's holiest song of love ; Christ- 
mas anthem, m Carrie B. Adams. 
© Nov. 15, 1932 ; E pub. 34664 ; Wil- 
bur F. Tillett. 3364 

Help me find my heart; song, James 
L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1933; E unp. 67993; Lexie 
Davis. 3365 

Hen (The) song; fox trot, w and m 
Raymond Wallace; with ukulele 
arr. © Jan. 14, 1933 ; E for. 28274 ; 
Huntley Trevor music co., ltd. 

3366 

Her name is Mary ; fox trot, w Bruce 
Sievier and Harold Ramsay, m H. 
Ramsay, arr. Edgar Russell Carver ; 
orch. pts., with male trio arr. Joe 
Dubin. © Feb. 8, 1933 ; E pub. 
34899 ; Chappell & co., ltd. 3367 

Here comes prosperity : w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 4. 1933: E unp. 67271: 
Sylvia Ries. 3368 

Here is my love ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; E unp. 68050; 
Henry Levin and Benj. Vine. 3369 

Here's a song to someone; song. © 
1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; E unp. 68044; 
Neill Barnett Beck. 3370 

Here's health to the Foreign legion ; 
w Robert Hargreaves and Stanley 
J. Damerell, m Montague Ewing; 
with ukulele arr. © Jan. 23, 1933 ; 
E for. 28428: Cecil Lennox, ltd. 

3371 

Heroismo boricua : letra y melodia E. 
P. Morell. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933; E 
unp. 67422 ; Southern music pub co., 
inc. 3372 

Herren (Die) vom Maxim; schlager, 
text Fritz Rotter, m Oscar Straus. 
© Dec. 30, 1932; E for. 28192; Al- 
robi musikverlag, G. m. b. H. 3373 



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3403 



Heut' bin ich so vergnugt, ich konnte 
immer singen ; slowfox, aus Das mil- 
lionentestament, text A. Lippschitz, 
m Heinz Letton. © Aug. 11, 1932; 
E for. 28197; Alrobi musikverlag, 
G.m.b.H. 3374 

Heykens' second serande ; by Jonny 
Hey kens, arr. R. S. Stoddon : pf. 
© Jan. 11, 1933; E for. 28384; 
United music publishers, ltd. 3375 

Hi-ho lack-a-day, what have we got to 
lose ; w and m Gus Kahn, Charlotte 
Kent and Louis Alter ; with ukulele 
arr. May Singhi Breen. © Feb. 24, 
1933 : E pub. 34994 ; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp. 3376 

Hide me under the shadow ; anthem, w 
from Holy Scripture, m Edgar 
Priest ; 6 mixed voices. © 1 c. Feb. 
14, 1933; E unp. 67663; Jean Phil- 
lips. 3377 

High (The) hill; w Clayton Scollard; 
sop. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933; E unp. 
67732 ; Avis Larsen Richardson. 

3378 

High (The) road and the low road; 
w John W. Brotherton, m Daniel 
Protheroe; men's cho. © Jan. 13, 
1933; E pub. 34724; Boston music 
co. 3379 

High society ; by Z. T. Randolph ; pf . 
[conductor] © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1933; 
E unp. 67440; Bibo-Lang, inc. 3380 

Hindu skys [sic] ; fox trot, melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E unp. 67962; 
John T. Boudreau. 3381 

Hipper (The) dip; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; E unp. 68051; 
Henry Levin and Benj. Vine. 3382 

Hobo; w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1933 ; E unp. 67523 ; Kyle F. Arnell. 

3383 

Hoggar ; suite rapsodique, Renzo Ros- 
sellini ; orch. Partitura. © Jan. 26, 
1933; E for. 28435; G. Ricordi & 
co. 3384 

Holiday ; by Ethel Ponce ; pf . © Feb. 
23, 1933; E pub. 34969; Robbins 
music corp. 3385 

Home beyond the river ; by Donald 
Heywood, arr. Tom Clark; orch. 
pts. © Jan. 28, 1933 ; E pub. 34715 ; 
G. Schirmer, inc. 3386 

Home in Caroline ; w and melody Jim- 
mie Davis. © 1 c. Jan. 30. 1933; 
E unp. 67436; Southern music pub. 
co., inc. 3387 



Honey kiss and make up ; w Fil Lee, 
with melody. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67614 ; Edith Henry. 3388 

Honeymoon ; w and m Charles Derf , 
arr. Mabel Hendrix ; with ukulele 
arr. © Dec. 28, 1932 ; E pub. 34784 ; 
Will Lewis. 3389 

Honour and victory ; march, R. Bor- 
ner ; military band pts. © Jan. 20, 
1933; E for. 28252; Hawkes & son 
(London) ltd. 3390 

Hope, the hermit ; w Oxenford, m of 
17th cent., adapted and arr. M. W., 
in B flat. © Jan. 13, 1933; E for. 
28413; Chappell & co., ltd. 3391 

Horseman (The) ; w Will H. Ogilvie, 
m Alfred Hollins, tonic solfa tr. 
H. J. Timothy ; mixed voices. © 
Feb. 8, 1933; E for. 28362; Stainer 
& Bell, ltd. 3392 

Hot fingers; by Pietro Frosini ; pf. 
accordion. © Jan. 5, 1933; E pub. 
34927; Alfred music co., inc. 3393 

Hot-headed little red-head; fox-trot, 
w, m, and ukulele arr. © 1 c. Jan. 
19, 1933; E unp. 67419; Harold 
Eugene Stewart. 3394 

Hour after hour; song, w A. R. Gon- 
zalez, jr. and Jerry Hall. © 1 c. 
Feb. 7, 1933; E unp. 67378; Aaron 
R. Gonzalez, jr. 3395 

How can you say it's love; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933; 
E unp. 67555 ; John D. Marks. 3396 

How can you say we're through ; song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933 ; E unp, 68030 ; 
Daniel Kuster. 3397 

How do I love you ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; E unp. 68064; 
Michael Rechler. 3398 

Huachuca moon ; pf . with w. © 1 c. 
Feb. 28, 1933; E unp. 68175; Jua- 
nita Baker. 3399 

Humanity's plea ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
27, 1933; E unp. 67158; Laura L. 
Beran. 3400 

Hummin' to myself ; w F. Hager, m 
Justin Ring. © Feb. 2, 1933; E 
pub. 34592 ; Fred Hager and Justin 
Ring. 3401 

Humming (The) bird; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 10, 1933; E unp. 67503; Agnes 
Elizabeth Rose. 3402 

Hungry for you, sweetheart; song. © 
1 c. Feb. 24. 1933; E unp. 68026; 
Mary A. Blower. 3403 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Hunger's (The) song; ay Byron Walter 
Proctor; male voices. © Feb. 24, 
1933; E pub. 34990: Mondel Ely 
Butterfield. 3404 

Hurdy-gurdy (The) ; Italian folk song, 
w and arr. of m G. A. Grant-Schae- 
fer ; junior high boys' voices. © 
Feb. 8, 1933; E pub. 34826; Ray- 
mond A. Hoffman co. 3405 

Hustlin' and bustlin' for baby ; w and 
m Harry Woods ; with ukulele arr. 
© Jan. 26, 1933; E pub. 34601; 
►Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc. 3406 

Hymn melodies for children to play; 
17 hymns arr. Nell V. Mellieharnp ; 
pf., treble clef, with w. © Jan. 13, 
1933; E pub. 34739; Willis music 
co. 3407 

Hymn to the night; w Henry Wads- 
worth Longfellow, m Will C. Mac- 
farlane; ten. solo, with 4-pt. men's 
cho. ace, a cappella. © Feb. 8, 
1933: E pub. 34761; G. Schirmer, 
inc. 3408 

I am tired of roving; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933 ; E imp. 67528 ; 
Jenny Delia Caley. 3409 

I believe I'll make a change ; w and 
melody Marion Sparks. © 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1933 ; E unp. 67428 ; South- 
ern music pub. co., inc. 3410 

I can write a song for you ; w and 
melody Imogene Rose. © 1 c. Feb. 
11, 1933; E unp, 67552; Paul 
Jacchia. 3411 

I cannot dream those dreams again ; 
song, m James L. Brown ; with uku- 
lele arr. © 1 c. Feb. 23. 1933; E 
unp. 67999; Ella Radatz. 3412 

I can't get enough of you ; fox trot, 
Little Jack Little, Dave Oppenheim 
and Ira Schuster, arr. Art McKay; 
orch. pts., with male trio arr. B. 
Faighes. © Jan. 28, 1933; E pub. 
34680; Leo Feist, inc. 3413 

w and m Little Jack Little, 



Dave Oppenheim and Ira Schuster; 
with ukulele arr. © Feb. 10. 1933 : 
E pub. 34869; Leo Feist, inc. 3414 

I can't get you off my mind : pf. with 
w. © 1 c. Feb. 17. 1933: E unp. 
67782; Joe Share and Bill Roth. 

3415 

I can't help it ; w and melodv Sam 
Vinci. © 1 c. Feb. 23. 1933 : E unp. 
67992; Salvatore Peter Vinci. 3416 



I can't help lovin' you ; w and melodv. 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 67579 ; 
Irene Scott. 3417 

I couldn' hear nobody pray ; negro 
spiritual, arr. Harvey Gaul; sop. 1, 
2 and alto 1, 2. © Feb. 15. 1933; 
E pub. 34937; J. Fischer & bro. 

3418 

I couldn't live without you ; fox-trot, 
w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1933 ; E unp. 68038 ; Ferdinand Far- 
anda. 3419 

I couldn't tell them what to do : w 
Roy Turk, m Dave Dreyer. © Feb. 
1, 1933; E pub. 34655; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc. 3420 

I do not care for you now ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1933; E 
unp. 67456 : Dale Newell Carty. 

3421 

I don't want a memory ; song, m James 
L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Feb. 4, 1933; E unp. 67236: Anna 
E. Ingram. 3422 

I don't want to go to bed ; from Sleep- 
less nights, w and m Stanley Lu- 
pino and Noel Gay ; with ukulele arr. 
© Dec. 14, 1932 ; E for. 28408 ; Law- 
rence Wright music co. 3423 

I dream of you ; waltz song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 1. 1933; E unp. 67136; Garner 
R. Lloyd. 3424 

I envy the moon ; w Joe Young, m 
Milton Ager ; with ukulele arr. © 
Feb. 10. 1933; E pub. 34775; Ager, 
Yellen & Bornstein, inc. 3425 

I feel so lonely ; song, melody James 
L. Brown. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; 
E unp. 68005; Stella Reagan. 3426 

I gotta go places and do things baby, 
to forget you ; w and m Jeanne 
Burns and Gus Schilling, pf. sc. Lou 
Leainan : with ukulele arr. © Jan. 
20, 1933 : E pub. 34632 ; Mills music, 
inc. 3427 

I gotta right to sing the blues ; intro. 
in Earl Carroll vanities, 10th ed., w 
Ted Koehler, m Harold Arlen, new 
arr. Albert Szirmai ; with ukulele 
arr. © Feb. 18, 1933 ; E pub. 34918 ; 
Harms, inc. 3428 

I guess I'll have to practice up a bit ; 
w and melody Pliil Baxter. © 1 c. 
Feb. 18, 1933; E unp. 67822; Leo 
Feist, inc. 3429 

I have already forgotten you : fox trot 
song. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1933: E unp. 
67706; Arcilla Green. 3430 



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3460 



I have said a word to beauty ; song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 67840 ; 
James Neill Northe. 3431 

I have the insomnia blues ; w and mel- 
ody F. Mitchell, m and harmony S. 
C. Schoepfle. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67809; Frances Mitchell. 

3432 

I have to be free ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; E unp. 68159; 
Benjamin Buchbinder, jr. 3433 

I hear you calling me ; intermezzo, 
Charles Marshall, adapted and arr. 
Haydn Wood; orch. pts. © Jan. 6, 
1933 ; E for. 28251 ; Boosey & co., ltd. 

3434 

I heard somebody call my name; w 
and melody A. Stigall. © 1 c. Jan. 
30, 1933; E unp. 67427; Southern 
music pub. co., inc. 3435 

I hope my dreams come true; w and 
m Frank Capano, Marge Morris and 
Jack Ziehler; with ukulele arr. © 
Jan. 20, 1933; E pub. 34633; Mills 
music, inc. 3436 

I just can't take it ; pf . with w. © 1 
c. Feb. 1, 1933 ; E unp. 67138 ; Lewis 
Aaron Carter. 3437 

I know that you're the one ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933; E 
unp. 67257 ; Warren Crosby. 3438 

I know what it means to be lonely ; 
w Ralph Smith, m arr. John Bach; 
with ukulele arr. © Dec. 28, 1932; 
E pub. 34789 ; Will Lewis. 3439 

I like mountain music ; w James Cava- 
naugh, m Frank Weldon ; with uku- 
lele arr. © Feb. 6, 1933; E pub. 
34904 ; M. Witmark & sons. 3440 

I live for the night ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 
17, 1933; E unp. 67751; Iverson 
Jones Walker. 3441 

I'll be missing you ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1933; E unp. 68009; Florence 
Adele Pond. 3442 

I'll forever dream of you ; valse song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 67714 ; 
J. McKleroy. 3443 

I'll go astray ; w Edward Delaskey, m 
J. Kugler and Boy Miller, arr. John 
Bach. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 
67869; Johnny Kugler. 3444 

I'll live in memory; waltz song. © 
1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; E unp. 68197; 

"R«K/-vr.f t tvitv^-ct i*. 3445 



Robert L. Tumey, jr. 



I'll never grow tired of you; written 
and composed Jos. Geo. Gilbert and 
Edgar Leslie; with ukulele arr. © 
Feb. 24. 1932 ; E for. 28508 ; Francis, 
Day & Hunter, ltd. 3446 

I'll pin another petal on the daisy, so 
it'll tell me you care; w Irving Ka- 
hal, m Sammy Fain ; with ukulele 
arr. © Feb. 20, 1933 ; E pub. 34952 ; 
M. Witmark & sons. 3447 

I'll take a chance ; w and melody Phil 
Baxter. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 
67824 ; Leo Feist, inc. 3448 

I'll take you back, if you want to come 
back; w and m Singin' Sam, Ira 
Schuster and Joe Young; with uku- 
lele arr. © Feb. 10, 1933; E pub. 
34806; Famous music corp. 3449 

I lost and you won ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 21, 1933; E unp. 67904; 
Florence Marie Lyons. 3450 

I love myself for falling in love with 
you; fox-trot song. © Jan. 4, 1933; 
E pub. 34668 ; Irene A. Bryan. 3451 

I love the way you hold me; song, m 
Alois Bartschmid. © Feb. 16, 1933 ; 
E pub. 34887 ; Hugh J. Wolfe. 3452 

I love you ; song, w Jean Jaffe. © 1 c. 
Feb. 4, 1933; E unp. 67287; Harold 
Jaffe. 3453 

w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 

1933 ; E unp. 67533 ; Texas Intribus. 

3454 

waltz, w Mrs 1 . F. M. Lucier, mel- 
ody Ray Hibbeler. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 
1933; E unp. 68100; Frances Muriel 
Rasmussen Lucier. 3455 

I love you dearie; fox trot song. © 
1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; E unp. 67331; 
Maybel Ley. 3456 

I loved you then and I love you yet 
sweetheart; song. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1933; E unp. 67390; Alice Rundena 
Sophie Johansen. 3457 

I'm a bold love racketeer ; w Carol Lee, 
melody Al. Piantadosi and Jack 
Glogau. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1933; E 
unp. 68083 ; Mort Beck music co. 

3458 

I'm a hot time mamma ; song, m James 
L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Feb. 13, 1933; E unp. 67605; W. 
Parker. 3459 

I'm a lonesome little sweetheart of a 
bygone day ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 4, 1933; E unp. 67270; Emma 
Phroilla Reid. 3460 



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I'm a prisoner of love ; fox-trot, w S. 
Aclelman, melody B. Aclelman. © 
1 c. Feb. 23, 1933 ; E imp. 67977 ; 
Samuel Adelman and Benny Adel- 
man. 3461 

I'm crazy about everything about you; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 6. 1933 ; 
E imp. 67306 ; Marion R. Black. 

3462 

I'm desperate I'm lonesome and blue; 
song ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. Feb. 

13, 1933; E unp. 67630; Alta M. 
Zintl. 3463 

I'm drifting along on a cloud : waltz, 
w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 : 
E unp. 67628 ; Edward Askins. 3464 

I'm falling for you ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 

14, 1933; E unp. 67660; Marjorie 
Berg. 3465 

I'm falling in love in the fall ; w Basil 
Moorhouse, m James L. Brown ; with 
ukulele arr. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933; 
E unp. 67245 ; J. B. Moorhouse. 3466 

I'm going back to home sweet home ; 
song. arr. Ray Boughner. © 1 c. 
Feb. 7. 1933: E unp. 67368; Robert 
Peter Phelan. 3467 

I'm going to see my baby : fox trot 
song. © 1 c. Jan. 25. 1933 ; E unp. 
67333 ; Joseph A. Winters. 3468 

I'm gonna go along : w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1933: E unp. 67442; 
Charles Gordon Rex. 3469 

I'm gonna haunt ya : w and melody 
Len Healy ; in D ruin. © 1 c. Feb. 
21, 1933; E unp. 67889: Leonard G. 
Healy. 3470 

I'm gonna hurry to take my time down 
South ; w and m Ann RoneU ; with 
ukulele arr. © Feb. 17. 1933; E 
pub. 34875 ; Irving Berlin, inc. 3471 

I'm gonna love you more in 1933: w 
Mose Sigler and Ned Washington, in 
Michael H. Cleary. pf. sc. Lou Lea- 
man ; with ukulele arr. © Feb. 4, 
1933; E pub. 34837; Mills music, 
inc. 3472 

I'm in a fog; melody. © 1 c. Feb. 6. 
1933; E unp. 67293; Nicholas Yel- 
lenti. 3473 

I'm in love, I'm bubbling in happi- 
ness ; w G. K. Anderson, jr., and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 3. 1983 : E unp. 
67215; Sumner V. McKnight. 3474 

I'm in love witli my mother-in-law's 
gal : w Edward A. Nitram, m Thel- 
ma L. Deer. © Feb. 4, 1933; E 



pub. 34768; Sangamon sales service. 

3475 

I'm just a little steaming radiator ; w 
and melody J. J. Cavalier and Frank 
H. Adamo. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; 
E unp. 68039; John J. Cavalier. 

3476 

I'm just wond'ring about you ; fox 
trot song. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1933; E 
unp. 67715; Nellie Carter. 3477 

I'm living on the memory of you ; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 11. 1933 ; 
E unp. 67532; Herman M. Franz. 

3478 

I'm looking for a nice young lady : w 
and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 : 
E unp. 67629 ; Edward Askins. 3479 

I'm looking for another Mary ; w and 
melody Robert Lewis O'Reiley. © 
1 c. Feb. 4, 1933; E unp. 67251; 
Robert S. Curtis. 3480 

I'm looking for my love in the moon- 
light ; w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1933 ; E unp. 67941 ; Edwin Mil- 
chunes. 3481 

I'm not thru" with you ; song, m F. J. 
Threlfall and Jos. D. Farace. © 
1 c. Feb. 21, 1933; E unp. 67882: 
Fred J. Threlfall. 3482. 

I'm sad and lonely ; pf . with w. © 1 c. 
Feb. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 67672 ; Eleanor 
Maryann Balcerzak. 3483 

I'm still on my first jig-saw puzzle: 
w Lew Nemerson, with melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 4, 1933; E unp. 67324; 
Larry Lowy. 3484 

I'm technocrazy over you ; w Lew 
Nemerson, w T ith melody. © 1 c. Feb. 
4, 1933 ; E unp. 67275 ; Larry Lowy. 

3485 

I'm traveling with love ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1933; E unp. 67177; 
Al Yann. 3486 

I'm up in the air over you ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E 
unp. 67936; Fred J. Long. 3487 

I married an angel ; w Lorenz Hart, 
m Richard Rodgers. © 1 c. Feb. 
25, 1933; E unp. 68090; Metro- 
Gold wyn-Mayer corp. 3488 

I need someone like you ; song. ©lc. 
Feb. 24, 1933 ; E imp. 68031 ; Daniel 
Kuster. 3489 

I never find time to be lonesome ; fox- 
trot song. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1933; E 
unp. 67350; A. Danielson. 3490 



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3H16 



I never will get over you ; song, mel- 
ody Kenneth Casey. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 
1933; E unp. 67902; Julius Cohen. 

3491 

I only wanted you ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 20, 1933; E unp. 67872; 
Russell Allen Lawson. 3492 

I refuse to cry over you ; w and 
melody W. E. Willis and Annie G. 
Laurie. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933; E 
unp. 67165; Walter Edward Willis. 

3493 

I said goodbye to happiness; w and 
melody Budd L. Cross, Charles 
Kraatz and Jerome Metzel. © 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1933; E unp. 67410; Cross, 
Kraatz and Metzel. 3494 

I see the moon ; 2-pt. song, air and 
1st verse from Joyce's Old Irish 
folk music and songs, arr. G. Moly- 
neux Palmer, verses 2 and 3, A. 
Percival Graves. © Nov. 1, 1932; 
E for. 28292; G. Molyneux Palmer. 

3495 

I shall remember you ; w Edward 
Lockton, m Dorothy Forster; in A 
flat. © Jan. 27, 1933 ; E for. 28279 ; 
Cary & co. 3496 

I stumbled into heaven falling for 
you ; fox trot, w and m Sidney D. 
Mitchell, Ted Koehler and Lew 
Pollack, arr. Lyle Murphy ; orch. 
pts.. with male trio arr. B. Faighes. 
© Feb. 1, 1933; E pub. 34681; Leo 
Feist, inc. 3497 

I've been dreaming of you little gal ; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67935 ; Jacob Meisenburg. 

3498 

I've got a padlock on my heart ; w and 
m Amos H. Babcock; with uku- 
lele arr. © Dec. 28, 1932; E pub. 
34790; Will Lewis. 3499 

I've got the world's wide depression 
blues; w and melody; in B flat. 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1933 ; E unp. 67692 ; 
Chas. H. Robinson. 3500 

I've got the wrong man ; from Bally- 
hoo, w Robert Nesbitt and Frank 
Hearn, m William Walker ; with 
ukulele arr. © Feb. 3, 1933 ; E for. 
28202; Keith, Prowse & co., ltd. 

3501 

I've got to be there; from Pardon my 
English, w Ira Gershwin, m George 
Gershwin ; with ukulele arr. © 
Feb. 6, 1933: E pub. 34901; New 
world music corp. 3502 



I've started all over again ; fox-trot, 
w Gretta Lee Wise, m Carl Rupp. 
© Feb. 10, 1933; E pub. 34852; 
Wise-Rupp music publishers. 3503 

I vos d'ere, Charlie, vos you ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933; E 
unp. 67221 ; Henry Levin and Benj. 
Vine. 3504 

I want the sunshine ; w and melody 
James Wilson. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67594 ; L. W. Barnes. 3505 

I want you and home sweet home; 
song, m Melissa McLean. © 1 c. 
Feb. 15, 1933; E unp. 67680; Grace 
E. Bishop. 3506 

I was just a little nobody, but some- 
body happened along and made 
somebody of me ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 11, 1933; E unp. 67517; 
Sammy Mysels. 3507 

I will always love you ; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 4, 1933; E unp. 67313; Teria 
Monck. 3508 

I wish that I had never met you; 
song. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1933 ; E unp. 
67397 ; Norman Carlos Crane. 3509 

I wonder ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68018 ; Aimee Ethel Younger. 

3510 

I wonder if Nancy is there ; w John 
M. Hillman, m Dorothy Mae Jack- 
son. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; E unp. 
68164 ; Marie Caroline music pub. 
co. 3511 

I worship you ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1933 ; E unp. 67593 ; Harold Conway 
Chivington. 3512 

Iberia ; rumba, Ulisse Siciliani ; orch. 
parti. © Nov. 28, 1932; E for. 
28356; M. Marietta. 3513 

Ich bei tag und du bei nacht ; schlager, 
text Robert Gilbert u. Werner R. 
Heymann, m Werner Richard Hey- 
mann, erl. klavier arr. Gerard Ja- 
cobson. © Nov. 17, 1932; E for. 
28214 ; Ufaton-verlags, G. m. b. H. 

3514 

Ich hatte nie gedacht ; English waltz, 
text u. m Hans Lengsfelder u. Alex 
Stone, arr. Billy Golwyn ; orch. 
stimmen, mit gesangstrio. © Feb. 
1, 1933; E for. 28425; Musikverlag 
City. 3515 

■ klavier-arr. Billy Gol- 
wyn. © Feb. 6, 1933 ; E for. 28447 ; 
Musikverlag City. 3536 



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3517 



pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Ich kann nicht schlafen heut' nacht 
. . ; tango, w Fritz Rotter, m Willy 
Engel-Berger u. Monte Paal, klav. 
arr. Walter Borchert. © May 26, 
1931 ; E for. 28226 ; Wiener boheme 
verlag, Otto Hein. 3517 

Ich wanderte unter den baumen ; w 
Heine, English Oliver Strachey, m 
Bernard van Dieren. © Aug. 4, 
1932; E for. 27740; Oxford univ. 
press. 3518 

Ich will ja nichts als deine liebe; ar- 
gentino-step, deutscher text Beda, 
m Santiago Lopez, arr. Walter 
Borchert. © Nov. 3, 1932; E for. 
28494 ; Wiener boheme-verlag, G. m. 
b. H. 3519 

Ideal (The) American; march; pf. © 
1 c. Feb. 15, 1933; E unp. 67671; 
Edward Lewis Beers. 3520 

Idol (The) of my heart; song, m 
Richard Stahl. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67384; Leona Supplee Stahl. 

3521 

If ; valse song. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67707; Hortense Hirsch. 

3522 

If all love were just one love ; song, 
melodv Stan Tucker. © 1 c. Feb. 
20, 1933; E unp. 67863; Eugenie 
McKenzie. 3523 

If I could just forget ; valse song. © 
1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; E unp. 67332; 
Mae Stutler Smith. 3524 

If I could make time stand still; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67748 ; Orville D. Denmon. 

3525 

If I had a million wishes ; song. © 
1 c. Feb. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 67919 ; Ben 
V. Lamborn. 3526 

If I had my life to live again ; fox- 
trot song, w Joseph E. Mammano. 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1933 ; E unp. 67921 ; 
Frank O. Monaco. 3527 

If it's true ; w and m Don Redman. 
Jule Penrose and Gus Bently. © 
Jan. 12, 1933; E pub. 34639; Law- 
rence music publishers, inc. 352S 

If it wasn't for love; w Charlie To- 
bias and George J. Bennett, m 
Henry H. Tobias. © Feb. 8, 1933; 
E pub. 34755 ; Joe Morris music co. 

3529 

If you believe ; w and melody Irving 
Berlin. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1933; E unp. 
68080; Irving Berlin, inc. 3530 



If you wanted too [sic] ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1933; E unp. 
67376 ; Claire Judith Wexler. 3531 

If you will just be my j ^J \; w and 

melody. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1933 ; E unp. 
67174 ; Raymond J. Feeney. 3532 

II faut qu'une porte soit ouverte ou 
fermee ; dans La revue d'amour, pa- 
roles et m Maurice Hermite. © 
Jan. 20, 1933; E for. 28244; Enoch 
& cie. 3533 

Images d'Epinal; pour pf. et orch. a 
vents, reduction par l'auteur Marius 
Francois Gaillard; 2 pfs. © Dec. 
20, 1932 ; E for. 28517 ; Editions Max 
Eschig. 3534 

Imagine ; w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 
25, 1933; E unp. 68075; William 
Gordon Beecher, jr. 3535 

Impresario (The) ; overture Cimarosa, 
ed. and arr. Denis Wright ; brass 
and reed band pts., with conductor. 
© Jan. 17, 1933; E for. 28257; 
Hawkes & son (London) ltd. 3536 

In a little back alley ; fox-trot, w and 
m Leo Towers, Harry Leon and Ho- 
ratio Nicholls ; with ukulele arr. © 
Jan. 21, 1933; E for. 28410; Law- 
rence Wright music co. 3537 

In a park in Paree ; from A bedtime 
story, w Leo Robin, m Ralph Rainger. 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933; E unp. 67566; 

Famous music corp. 3538 

In a year - in a day ; from Happy ever 
after, w Douglas Furber, German, 
Rob Gilbert and Werner R. Hey- 
mann, m Werner R. Heymann ; with 
ukulele arr. [English text only] © 
Dec. 30, 1932; E for. 28369; Ufaton 
verlags, G. m. b. H. 3539 

In dear old Georgia ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1933; E unp. 67391: 
Shan Austin. 3540 

In deinen blauen augen steht ein ge- 
dicht ; English waltz, aus Die cou- 
sine aus Warschau, w Artur Reb- 
ner u. Stein, m Artur Guttmann. 
© Mar. 17, 1931; E for. 28234; 
Wiener boheme-verlag. Otto Hein. 

3541 

In every nook and corner, you are 
missing ; w Irving Kahal, m Sammy 
Fain: with ukulele arr. © Feb. 6, 
1933; E pub. 34905; M. Witmark & 
sons. 3542 

In love with you ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 28, 1933: E unp. 68161; 
Benjamin Buchbinder, jr. 3543 



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3572 



In my arms, Chicago fair's first prize ; 
song. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1933; E unp. 
67439; Julius A. Hansen. 3544 

In my garden ; w Lester O'Keefe, m 
Idabelle Firestone; med. or high 
voice. © Feb. 8, 1933; E unp. 
34766; G. Schirmer, inc. 3545 

In old Vienna ; song. ©lc. Feb. 15, 
1933; E unp. 67685; Morris Olson 
and Henry Russell Olson. 3546 

In our beautiful garden of love ; pf . 
with w. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933 ; E unp. 
67282; Clark C. Hinners. 3547 

In our romance; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E unp. 67950; 
Sue Sedberry. 3548 

In the flowery month of June ; song, 
m Burrell Van Buren. © 1 c. Feb. 
20, 1933; E unp. 67838; Bertha J. 
Fahy. 3549 

In the garden; sketch, pf. treble and 
w. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1933; D 28382; 
Marjorie Harper. 3549* 

In the middle of the night; pf. treble 
with w. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933; E 
unp. 67512; Basil M. Ziegler. 3550 

In the night ; song, m Butler Bennett. 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 67188 ; 
Herbert Montwid Agoos. 3551 

In the shadow of the old New Eng- 
land moon ; pf . with w. © 1 c. Feb. 
6, 1933; E unp. 67703; Merritt 
Smith. 3552 

In the valley of broken hearts; song, 
melody Gene Canzone. © 1 c. Feb. 
24, 1933; E unp. 68063; Albert H. 
Kelloway. 3553 

In the wigwam ; by Kenneth Forster ; 
pf . © Feb. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 34888 ; 
Shattinger piano & music co. 3554 

In the woods in June; w Mordaunt 
Currie, m C. Armstrong Gibbs. 
Winthrop Rogers ed. © Jan. 20, 
1933 ; E for. 28248 ; Boosey & co., ltd. 

3555 

In yonder vale; folk song, arr. Rich- 
ard H. Walthew, English, Georgina 
Tanner, tonic solfa tr. H. J. Timo- 
thy. © Jan. 19, 1933 ; E for. 28263 ; 
Stainer & Bell, ltd. 3556 

In 1929 we had a penthouse; w and 
m Val Burton and Will Jason. © 1 
c. Feb. 16, 1933; E unp. 67754; 
Movietone music Corp. 3557 

Inauguration march ; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 
17, 1933 ; E unp. 67768 ; Julia H. W. 
Sawtelle. 3558 



Indian sleep song; song, w L. Sarett. 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 67878 ; 
Florentine Heimlich. 3559 

Interviouve ; 6tude, P. O. Ferroud ; pf . 
© Dec. 1, 1932; E for. 28333; Edi- 
tions du magasin musical, Pierre 
Schneider. 3560 

Introduce me to that honey; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E 
unp. 67930 ; Norma Gala and Paul J. 
Anguish. 3561 

Introduction and scherzo ; by R. H. 
Bassett, arr. P. Marquardt ; pf .-con- 
ductor. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 
67635; Movietone music corp. 3562 

Introduction to the chords; by John 
M. Williams ; pf. with w. © Jan. 
13, 1933; E pub. 34727; Boston 
music co. 3563 

Introduktion, Chaconne und Doppel- 
f uge ; von Hanns Schindler, op. 39 ; 
orgel. © Dec. 20, 1932; E for. 
28294; F. E. C. Leuckart. 3564 

Irish reel ; the wind that shakes the 
barley, intro. Come all you maids 
where'er you be, arr. Ernest Bul- 
lock; violin and pf. © Feb. 10, 
1933; E for. 28359; Stainer & Bell, 
ltd. 3565 

Irish (An) tune; arr. Ernest Bullock; 
violin and pf . © Feb. 10, 1933 ; E 
for. 28360 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd. 3566 

Irma la mala ; tango, de la version 
cinegrafica ; pf . con letra. © 1 c. 
Feb. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 67859 ; George 
M. Dada. 3567 

Is that the way you care; waltz, w 
Mabel Pagden and Gerald Morrison, 
m G. Morrison ; with ukulele arr. © 
Nov. 3, 1932; E for. 28512; Fox, 
Rogers & Stroud, ltd. 3568 

Is there such a thing; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1933; E unp. 68043; Neill 
Barnett Beck. 3569 

Islands (The) are calling me; w L. 
Wolfe Gilbert, m Harry Akst. © 
1 c. Feb. 13, 1933; E unp. 67646; 
Movietone music corp. 3570 

It can't be true; w and m Fred Plot- 
kin. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1933; E unp. 
67413; Samuel R. Plotkin. 3571 

It is a time for a song now; melody 
for ten. or sop. with pf. ace. © 
1 c. Feb. 11, 1933; E unp. 67585; 
Alfred Carl Parolino. 3572 



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pt. in, n. s.. v. 28 



It is you, and nobody else; w and m 
Edward Orson. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 
1933; E unp. 68104; Elbert Orson 
Brower. 3573 

It must have been a dream; song, m 
James L. Brown; with ukulele arr. 
© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 67603 ; 
Donna McCarty. 3574 

It's a good thing I can't talk ; sketch ; 
pf. treble with w. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 
1933 : D 28380 ; Marjorie Harper. 

3574* 

It's all over now, all over; song. © 
1 c. Feb. 8, 1933; E unp. 67403; 
J. W. King. 3575 

It'* funny that way; song, m Jack 
Mahoney. © Jan. 9, 1933; E pub. 
34669; S. V. Dorn. 3576 

It's great to be a Georgian; song, m 
Myrtle Belle Durham; pf. © 1 c. 
Feb. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 68133 ; Reuben 
Foster Kidwell. 3577 

It's hard to pretend; w and m F. C. 
Bernhardt and Dorothy Bates. © 
1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; E unp. 68034; 
Fred Charles Bernhardt. 3578 

It's Sunday down in Caroline; w 
Marty Symes and Al. J. Neiburg, 
melody Jerry Levinson. © 1 c. Feb. 
27, 1933 ; E unp. 68135 ; Santly bros., 
inc. 3579 

It's you I love, and you're the one; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1933; 
E unp. 67693; George Roessel and 
Mario Palestro. 3580 

It seems too good to be true; w Earl 
McCarron, m Ralph William Win- 
slow Bolton. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1933; 
E unp. 67499; George Percy Bolton. 

3581 

It was in a little town across the 
border ; w George W. Brown, melody 
Mabel Wayne. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67819 ; Leo Feist, inc. 3582 

Jacky et Mado ; conte musical moderne 
en 8 chansons pour enfants, poesies 
M. Revellin Ott, C. Mehnert et J. 
Lefaurichon, m R. Fragny. © Oct. 
25, 1932 ; E for. 28457 ; Marc Camus. 

3583 

Japanese (A) lullaby; w E. Field, m 
Eric H. Thiman; sop. and contralto. 
© Jan. 24. 1933; E for. 28281; 
Joseph Williams, ltd. 3584 

Jawohl : song. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933 : 
E unp. 68061 ; Fred J. Threlfall. 

3585 



Jazz : par N. Karjinsky ; violoncelle 
et pf . © Dec. 5, 1932 ; E for. 28519 ; 
Editions Max Eschig. 3586 

Jazz band blues ; w and m Ken Holmes. 
© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1933; E unp. 67415; 
Kenneth R. Holmes. 3587 

Jesus Christ, my heart's true Captain ; 
hymn, w and m Greville Cooke; 
unison or harmony. © Feb. 14, 
1933 : E for. 28450 ; Joseph Williams, 
ltd. 3588 

Jesus is coming; hymn, m J. M. Hen- 
son. © Dec. 31, 1932; E pub. 34229; 
Eva Bradfield. 3589 

Jesus walked the sea to me ; song. © 
1 c. Feb. 21, 1933; E unp. 67909; 
Gertrude Throne Peters. 3590 

Jig-saw melody ; w Henry Marcus and 
Bob Maxwell, m Raymond Walker ; 
pf. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1933; E unp. 
68084 ; Breezy music pub. corp. 3591 

Jig-saw puzzle; fox-trot, arr. Alice 
Cary Longfellow; pf. with w. © 
1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; E unp. 68173; 
Earle Taylor Rush. 3592 

Jig-saw puzzles; w J. V. Borgia, m 
H. Uva. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1933 ; E unp. 
67916; James Virga Borgia and 
Helen Uva. 3593 

Joan don't leave me alone; fox trot, 
w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67980 : Evelvn Panikoff. 

3594 

Joy to the world ; chimes ; pf . © Feb. 
9. 1933; E pub. 34971: Ramona 
Geer. 3595 

Joyful (The) Eastertide; sacred song, 
w Mary Cleveland Geer, m Louis R. 
Dressier; high voice, with pf. or 
organ ace. and violin ad lib. © 
Jan. 24, 1932; E pub. 34718: G. 
Schirmer, inc. 3596 

Joyful tidings: hymn, m Charles 
Midgley. © Feb. 10, 1933; E pub. 
34891 ; Samuel B. Letson. 3597 

Jubilo ; from Too busy to work, w and 
m Henry C. Work, arr. J. Rochette. 
© Feb. 2, 1933; E pub. 34693; 
Movietone music corp. 3598 

Jug (A) of wine, a loaf of bread and 
thou; w and m Al Lewis, Jack 
Meskill and Vincent Rose. © Feb. 
1, 1933; E pub. 34654: De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc. 3599 

Juggling a jig-saw ; w Edgar Leslie, m 
Fred E. Ahlert ; with ukulele arr. © 
Feb. 27, 1933 ; E pub. 34985 : Donald- 
son, Douglas & Gumble, inc. 3600 



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3628 



Junior scale and arpeggio manual; by 
Sydney Twinn; violin, 1st position, 
bk. 1. © Jan. 23, 1933 ; E for. 28371 ; 
Alfred Lengnick & co., ltd. 3601 

Just a dream ; w Arnold Vollmer, m 
Arthur Rosenstein; in G. © Feb. 

16, 1933 ; E pub. 34915 ; Boosey & co., 
ltd. 3602 

Just a little kiss and then good night ; 
song, w James Dietrich. © 1 c. Feb. 

17, 1933 ; E unp. 67758 ; Helen Jenks 
Dietrich. 3603 

Just a little song for daddy ; song. © 
1 c. Feb. 20, 1933; E unp. 67852; 
Reginald Beales and Alexander S. 
Baker. 3604 

Just a picture of you; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 67868 ; Walter 
Louis Engel. 3605 

Just a rose covered shack; song, m 
James L. Brown; with ukulele arr. 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 67998 ; 
Naomi M. Knepper. 3606 

Just a song in my heart ; pf . with w. 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1933; E unp. 67156; 
Harold C. Reisinger. 3607 

Just a wee man; song. © 1 c. Feb. 
28, 1933; E unp. 68179; Evelyn 
Maud Guild. 3608 

Just a year ago: w and melody Wini- 
fred L. Stuart. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1933; E unp. 67949; Frances M. 
Wilcox. 3609 

Just a-loving you ; song, m Jack Ma- 
honey. © Jan. 5, 1933 ; E pub. 
34675 ; Emma Bell. 3610 

Just another face in the picture ; w 
Harry Pease, m Ed. G. Nelson ; with 
ukulele arr. © Jan. 18, 1933; E 
pub. 34643; Mort Beck music co. 

3611 

Just down the road ; pf . with w. © 
1 c. Feb. 18, 1933; E unp. 67811; 
John Pauly. 3612 

Just give me the girl ; w and m Walter 
Donaldson; with ukulele arr. © 
Feb. 27, 1933 ; E pub. 34984 ; Donald- 
son, Douglas & Gumble, inc. 3613 

Just one more before we say good- 
night ; from Sleepless nights, w and 
m Stanley Lupino and Noel Gay; 
with ukulele arr. © Dec. 23, 1932 ; 
E for. 28409; Lawrence Wright 
music co. 3614 

Just one more kiss ; fox-trot, w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 7. 1933 ; E unp. 
67365; Ghersen Kaufman. 3615 



Just over the hill ; w F. M. Sims, m 
Bertha Mae Lillenas ; contralto solo, 
or contralto and ten. duet. © Jan. 
20, 1933; E pub. 34831; Lillenas 
pub. co. 3616 

Just suppose; song. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 
1933; E unp. 67770; Feme Hansen. 

3617 

K. O. the gloom and smile; song, m 
Frank and Rives Brown, arr. by 
Billy Revce. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67843; Frank Watkins 
Brown, jr. . 3618 

Kaiserwalzer ; drei schlager aus dem 
film, text Robert Gilbert, m nach 
Suppe, Millocker u. Strauss, v. Nico 
Dostal. © Jan. 9, 1933; E for. 
28498 ; Wiener boheme-verlag, G. m. 
b. H. 3619 

Kammerstuck ; v. Karl Wiener, op. 7 ; 
orch. Partitur. © Sept. 17, 1932; 
E for. 28381; Edition Adler, G. m. 
b. H. 3620 

Kampf; schlager, aus dem film, text 
Friedrich Schwarz, m Marc Roland, 
arr. Franz Stolzenwald u. Sascha 
Chwat. © Dec. 3, 1932; E for. 
28497 ; Wiener boheme-verlag, G. m. 
b. H. 3621 

Katey Dale; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 7, 1933; E unp. 68101; Frank 
Luther. 3622 

Katoozie ; w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 
16, 1933; E unp. 67738; Victor F. 
Steede. 3623 

Keep looking up; mixed voices. © 
Feb. 1, 1933 ; E pub. 34591 ; Rudy E. 
Callen. 3624 

Keep on smilin' all the time ; song. © 
Feb. 11, 1933 ; E pub. 34898 ; Roy W. 
Lamkins and Raymond J. Felletter. 

3625 

Keep on the bright side ; from Happy 
ever after, w Douglas Furber, Ger- 
man, Walter Reisch, m Werner R. 
Heymann ; with ukulele arr. [Eng- 
lish text only] © Dec. 30, 1932; 
E for. 28370; Ufa ton verlags, G. m. 
b. H. 3626 

Keep smiling; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 28, 1933 ; E unp. 68155 ; Louise 
Ellen Groin. 3627 

Keep thinking how I love you ; song, 
m James L. Brown ; with ukulele 
arr. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933; E unp. 
67600; Herbert Grimwood. 3628 



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3629 



pt. rn, n. s.. v. 28 



Keeping house with you; w Alice 
Stoddard, m Jack McGuire: pf. 
treble. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
67212 ; Alfred Jack McGuire. 3629 

Kelpie (The), song. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1933 ; E unp. 67500 ; Agnes Elizabeth 
Rose. 3630 

Kermesse flamande; by Michel Brus- 
selmans ; voc. sc, and reduction for 
pf. solo. © Jan. 15, 1933; E for. 
28309; A. Cranz. 3631 

King (The) • immortal ; sacred story 
cantata, dramatized Valeria R. Leh- 
man, w Elsie Duncan Yale and 
others, m J. Faure, J. Lincoln Hall 
and others. © Feb. 23, 1933; D 
28394 ; Hall-Mack co. 3631* 

King's (The) welcome; anthem, based 
on carol Quittez, pasteurs, m Alfred 
Whitehead; mixed voices; organ 
ace. © Jan. 26, 1933 ; E pub. 34699 ; 
Oliver Ditson co., inc. 3632 

Kiss her for me; w Ed. G. Nelson, 
melody Al. Hoffman and Al. Good- 
hart. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1933; E unp. 
68142 ; Aileen Stanley. 3633 

Kiss (A) in the moonlight, and the 
world began; w Irving Kahal, m 
Sammy Fain; with ukulele arr. © 
Feb. 6, 1933 ; E pub. 34903 ; Remick 
music corp. 3634 

Kiss me hello ; fox trot song. © 
1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; E unp. 67334; 
Fred Wolfer. 3635 

Komm auf die schaukel, Luise ; das 
Liliom lied, schunkelwalzer, text 
Hans Herbert, m Theo. Mackeben, 
klavier arr. Walter Borchert. © 
Nov. 10, 1932 ; E for. 28496 ; Wiener 
boheme-verlag, G.m.b.H. 3636 

Komm'n sie bitte 'ruber; foxtrott, w 
Willy Rosen u. Marcel Lion, m Aus- 
tin Egen u. Fritz German, spezial- 
arr. Bert Cadi ; salon-orch. stimmen. 
© May 9, 1931; E for. 28224: 
Wiener boheme verlag, Otto Hein. 

3637 

Koosheeo ; Chinese cradle song, w 
S. P. K. Ming, m Isabel D. Ferris ; 
sop. 1, 2 and alto. © Jan. 27, 1933 ; 
E pub. 34799; C. C. Birchard & co. 

3638 

Koral for orgel ; med variutioner, mel- 
odi Johann Criiger, sattning och 
variationer John Mor£n. © Dec. 
29, 1932 ; E for. 28461 ; A. b. Nordi- 
ska musikforlaget. 3639 



Ladies quadrille; melody Ivan Laam. 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 67431 ; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 3640 

Lady behave; song. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1933 ; E unp. 67814 ; Ralph Angelillo. 

3641 

Lament; song. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1933; 
E unp. 67697 ; Arthur Louis Iverson. 

3642 

Land of dreams ; waltz song ; with 

ukulele arr. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1933; 

E unp. 67830; Grant C. Shepherd. 

3643 

Land of make-believe; song, melody 

Antonio Lora. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1933 ; 

E unp. 67894; Marjorie Harper. 

3644 
Laughin' Louie ; w and melody. © 

1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; E unp. 68037; 

Basil M. Ziegler. 3645 

Lazy rain ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 6, 1933; E unp. 67924; Clarence 
Muse. 3646 

Lead Thou me on ; hymn, m Eleanor 
Stewart Cooper; mixed voices. © 
Jan. 28, 1933 ; E pub. 34656 ; Samuel 
William Thompson. 3647 

Learning to care; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E unp. 68021; 
Louis J. Chiocco. 3648 

Leavin' you baby ; w and melody V. 

Spivey. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933 ; E unp. 

67426 ; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

3649 
Leg show; by Huso Friedhofer, arr. 

Emil Gerstenberger ; pf. conductor. 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 67833 ; 

Movietone music corp. 3650 

Legally you may be hers, but your 
heart belongs to me; w D. White, 
melody M. L. Ladewig. © 1 c. Feb. 
3, 1933; E unp. 67210; Marjorie L. 
Ladewig and Dorothy White. 3651 

Leggenda sinf onica ; di Alexander 
Steinert ; orch. Partitura. © Dec. 
22, 1932; E for. 28464; Universal 
edition, a.g. 3652 

Lena-Mena-Mina-Mo ; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1933 ; E unp. 68066 ; Michael 
Rechler. 3653 

Let every day be Children's day; offi- 
cial song of toy mfrs. of U.S.A. © 
Feb. 28, 1933; E pub. 34968; Harold 
Orlob. 3654 

Let me call you my sweetheart ; waltz, 
w Wilber Luina Shipley, m Jack R. 
Shipley. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 
67617; John Russell Shipley. 3655 



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3683 



Let me hear it from you, I love you; 
waltz song, arr. Sylvester L. Cross. 
© Dec. 4, 1932 ; B pub. 34973 ; Rene 
Werschkul. 3656 

Let me hear you say it again ; w Lee 
Spencer, melody Larry E. Goffin. © 
1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; B unp. 68163; 
LeRoy K. West. 3657 

Let me kiss the tears from your eyes ; 
song, m Stan Tucker. © Jan. 3, 
1933 ; E pub. 34676 ; Isabel C. Cook. 

3658 

Let me swing you in my swing, little 
girl ; w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 
11, 1933; E unp. 67535; Martha 
Small. 3659 

Let's be happy ; fox trot song. ©lc. 
Feb. 8, 1933; E unp. 67708; Alfy 
Auszura. 3660 

Let's do a jig-saw puzzle on pros- 
perity ; song, melody Kenneth Casey. 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1933 ; E unp. 67901 ; 
Julius Cohen. 3601 

Let's get out of bed and go to work; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67276; Fred'k Isaac Kogos. 

3662 

Let's get together in the springtime ; 
song. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1933; E unp. 
67183; Dewey Lionel Dick. 3663 

Let's go America ; fox-trot song. © 
1 c. Feb. 3, 1933; E unp. 67201; 
Alexander Hegybeli. 3664 

Let's go back to dear old Dixie ; song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1933; E unp. 67303; 
Lester A. Reed. 3665 

Let's go strolling; song, m James L. 
Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Feb. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 67596 ; Lucille 
Anttila. 3666 

Let's make the next kiss the next to 
last kiss; w Bud Green and Ben 
Ryan, m Lou Handman ; with uku- 
lele arr. © Feb. 9, 1933; E pub. 
34934 ; Green & White, inc. 3667 

Let's meet by the old oaken bucket, 
down by the old rustic well ; w and 
m Bob Miller and Jack Erickson; 
with ukulele arr. © Feb. 15, 1933 ; 
E pub. 34896; Forster music pub- 
lisher, inc. 3668 

Let's take a chance on love; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E 
unp. 67945; Barbara Ethel Taylor. 

3669 

Let's talk about you ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 67163 ; 
Walter Edward Willis. 3670 



Let the sunshine chase all your trou- 
bles away ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 4, 1933; E unp. 67250; John 
Ersted. 3671 

Let us dream ; w L. J. Monaghan, jr., 
J. Solomon and Thos. Naughton ; pf. 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 67922 ; 
Leo. J. Monaghan, jr. and Julius 
Solomon. 3672 

Let us sing an old-time song; w and 
m Stanley Rubinstein ; with ukulele 
arr. R. S. Stoddon. © Jan. 31, 
1933; E for. 28276; B. Feldman & 
co. 3673 

Let your jaw go for Chicago ; song, 
w Alexander McMullen. © Dec. 19, 
1932; E pub. 34660; M. Antha Mc- 
Mullen. 3674 

Letter (A) to my mother; w and m 
Jos. Geo. Gilbert and Al. Nikle; 
with ukulele arr. © Feb. 3, 1933; 
E for. 28314; Keith, Prowse & co., 
ltd. 3675 

Lewis Carroll's Alice in wonderland 
and Through the looking glass ; inci- 
dental music, composed and arr. 
Henry Cyphus ; voice and pf . © 
Jan. 19, 1933 ; E for. 28267 ; Stainer 
& Bell, ltd. 3676 

Liberty band opening; by Gus Guent- 
zel; band. Conductor sc. © 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1933; E unp. 67228; Harold 
Wm. Roberts. 3677 

Liberty (The) girl; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; E unp 67587 ; 
Percy R. Gillespie. 3678 

Lieder, die meine mutter sang; pot- 
pourri, August Batzem, zusammen- 
gestellt Walter Borchert ; orch. 
stimmen, u. text. © May 20, 1932; 
E for. 28484 ; Wiener boheme-verlag, 
G. m. b. h. 3679 

Life (The) beyond; sacred song, w 
Amanda Madaline Reed, m Jack 
Stanley. © Feb. 2, 1933; E pub. 
34824; Samuel Herbert Yoder. 

3680 

Life is a jig-saw puzzle ; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1933 ; E unp 68121 ; Clari- 
bel M. Blomquist. 3681 

Life, love and you ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933; E unp. 67254; 
Jack A. Pope. 3682 

Lift up your voices now ; anthem, w 
J. M. Neale. m W. R. Voris ; mixed 
voices. © Feb. 6, 1933; E pub. 
34810; Arthur P. Schmidt co. 3683 



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Light ; melody ; in F maj. © 1 c. Feb. 
17. 1933 ; E unp. 67762 ; Anton Ker- 
esztes. 3684 

Lightfoot ; marching song ; voice and 
violin. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933; E 
unp. 67516; Arthur M. Tyte. 3685 

Like me a little bit less, love me a 
little bit more; w Harold Adamson, 
melody Burton Lane. © 1 c. Feb. 
15, 1933; E unp 67673; Irving Ber- 
lin, inc. 3686 

Likes and dislikes ; baritone's grum- 
ble, w and m John C. Holliday. © 
Dec. 30, 1932; E for. 28414; Chap- 
pell & co., ltd. 3687 

Lingering on your doorstep, trying to 
say good-night ; w and m Eugene 
West, Baird Stone and Claude Gar- 
reau, pf . sc. Lou Leaman ; with 
ukulele arr. © Jan. 20, 1933; E 
pub. 34638; Mills music, inc. 3688 

Lion songs for Lion meetings; w and 
m composed and arr. Lion Teves. 
© Feb. 17, 1933; E pub. 34970; B. 
H. Teves. 3689 

Little baby boy ; lullaby, song ; in E 
flat. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933; E unp. 
68122; Florence Rugg Ellis. 3690 

Little (A) blessing in disguise ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933; E 
unp. 68118; Isabelle Horan Lebling. 

3691 

Little (A) kiss and then goodnight: 
w and melody C. Proulx, French w 
and arr. of m Raoul Lepine. © 1 c. 
Feb. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 65929 ; Charles 
Proulx. 3692 

Little old mamma blues ; w and mel- 
ody by Thomas. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1933 ; E unp. 67438 ; Southern music 
pub. co. 3693 

Little (A) ranch in Arizona; w and 
melody Cecelia Reeker, Billy Frisch 
and Billy Baskette. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1933; E imp. 67804; Mort Beck 
music co. 3694 

Little shoes ; w and melody The Vaga- 
bonds Herald-Dean-Curt. © 1 c. 
Feb. 1, 1933; E unp. 67152; Vaga- 
bonds, Dean, Curt & Herald. 3695 

with guit. arr. © Feb. 3, 

1933; E pub. 34890; Vagabonds, 
Dean, Curt & Herald. 3696 



Little suite ; by Richard Czerwonky : 
violin and pf. bk. 1. © Jan. 16, 
1933; E pub. 34712; Oliver Ditson 
co., inc. 3697 

Little (The) tailor shop girl ; song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933 ; E unp. 68166 ; 
Abraham Bedelsky. 



Little threads of silver peeping through 
the gold; w Harry Pease, melody 
Ed G. Nelson. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67211 ; Mort Beck music co. 

3699 

Lone (The) Star state; waltz, arr. 
Bernie Clements; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 
17, 1933; E unp. 67787; Jefferson 
Thomas McCaskill. 3700 

Lonely and blue for you ; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 18, 1933; E unp. 67805; Clar- 
ence W. Turner. 3701 

Lonesome day blues ; w and melody 
Ruby Glaze and Willie McTell. © 
1 c. Jan. 18, 1933; E unp. 67423: 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 3702 

Lonesome for you ; song. arr. Irwin 
Janata. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1933 ; E unp. 
67169 ; Joseph Francis Jaros. 3703 

Lont some moon ; waltz song, melody 
Ray Hibbeler. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68108 : Emil T. Norbeck and 
B. N. Rydberg. 3704 

Longing (The) heart; waltz, w A. 
Kessler, m Fred Mehr. © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1933 ; E unp. 67971 ; Anton Kess- 
ler and Frederic W. Mehr. 3705 

Longing just for you; song, arr. Gus 
Levine. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1933 ; E unp. 
67443; Ralph Emerson Biggs. 3706 

Look for the sunshine ; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 16, 1933; E unp. 67726; Ruth 
Mahoney. 3707 

Look what I've got; w Leo Robin, m 
Ralph Rainger. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1933; E unp. 67565; Famous music 
corp. 3708 

Looking backward; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933 ; E unp. 67253 ; 
Jay Cooke Smith. 3709 

Loose change; musical comedy, libret- 
to Francis W. Steele, w M. Latta, 
Don Reid and C. Brown, m Melyne 
Latta and Clifford Brown. © 1 c. 
Oct. 3, 1932; D 28393; Jonh B. 
Rogers producing co. 3709* 

Lord have mercy ; choral, arr. for 
mixed voices, unacc. © 1 c. Feb. 
14. 1933; unp. 67631; Arthur Lo- 
renzo Countee. 3710 



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3739 



Lord's (The) prayer; anthem, m Fir- 
min Swinnen ; mixed voices. © Feb. 
6, 1933; E pub. 35857; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co. 3711 

Lost in the woods; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 7, 1933; B unp. 68102; 
Frank Luther. 3712 

Lost love ; w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 
15, 1933; E unp. 67688; Frank 



Stone 



3713 



Louisiana bound ; w and melody Ma- 
rion Sparks. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; 
E unp. 67429; Southern music pub. 
co., inc. 3714 

Lovable (A) cuddle of love; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933; E 
unp. 67727; Sam Kavalsky. 3715 

Love : sacred solo, w Jeanette C. Ash. 
© Jan. 27, 1933 ; E pub. 34872 ; Floyd 
C. Evans. 3716 

w and m Matt Malneck and Frank 

Signorelli ; with ukulele arr. © 
Feb. 10, 1933 ; E pub. 34807 ; Famous 
music corp. 3717 

Love and romance, I tried to dodge 
you ; w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1933; E unp. 67956; Helen Dvorak. 

3718 

Love cannot last; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 4, 1933; E unp. 67280; A. 
Winifred Widney Law. 3719 

Love dreams; song. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1933; E unp. 68017; Aimee E. 
Younger. 3720 

Love in all degrees ; fox trot song. © 
1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; E unp. 67343; 
James T. Waugh. 3721 

Love is a dream ; fox-trot, w J. G. 
Lewis, jr., m Charley Kisco, arr. 
Paul Weirick; orch. pts., with male 
trio arr. B. Faighes. © Jan. 31, 
1933; E pub. 34679; Leo Feist, inc. 

3722 

Love is a sickness; pt.-song, w Sam- 
uel Daniel, m Eusebia Simpson Hun- 
kins; male quartet and cho., with 
contralto or bar. solo. © Feb. 15, 
1933 ; E pub. 34958 ; H. W. Gray co. 

3723 

Love is life; w and melody Budd L. 
Cross, Chas. . Kraatz and Jerome 
Metzel. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1933 ; E unp. 
67408; Cross, Kraatz and Metzel. 

3724 

Love is like the sky above; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E 
unp. 67942; Dawson Weatherhog. 

3725 



Love is the thing ; waltz song, pf . 
arr. Herbert J. Flumerfeldt. © 1 
c. Feb. 27, 1933; E unp. 68136; Ir- 
ving Maurice Lowenthal. 3726 

Love me again ; fox-trot song, w Ralph 
Kaye. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 
67985; Ruth Walters. 3727 

Love me sweetheart ; waltz, w Jay 
Frederic, m Marshall Moss. © 1 c. 
Feb. 10, 1933; E unp. 67497; Ran- 
dolph Marshall Moss. 3728 

Love of my heart ; w Billy Bradshaw, 
melody W. H. Bradshaw and Her- 
man Hummel. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67191 ; William Henry Brad- 
shaw. 3729 

Love theme ; by Karl Hajos and John 
Leipold ; [pf. conductor] ; in D. © 
1 c. Feb. 4, 1933; E unp. 67467; 
Famous music corp. 3730 

Lovely little girl; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 67369 ; Wil- 
liam Rufo Saville. 3731 

Lover (A), a dreamer, a fool; musi- 
cal motley; pf. treble with words. 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 67556 ; 
John D. Marks. 3732 

Love's desire ; by Samuel Kaylin ; pf .- 
conductor. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; E 
unp. 67637; Movietone music corp. 

3733 

Love's dream ; andante and scherzando 
a la polka, J. Harrington Young; 
piccolo, with pf. ace. © Jan. 24, 
1933; E for. 28261; Hawkes & son 
(London) ltd. 3734 

Love's synonym ; w and melody L. J. 
Thomas. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1933; E 
unp. 67656; Lew J. Thomas and R. 
W. Thomas. 3735 

Loves' unfolding; waltz song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1933; E unp. 67389; Ruby 
Danks Cadman. 3736 

Lovey; fox trot, w Arthur Freed, m 
Al Hoffman and Al Goodhart, arr. 
Art McKay; orch. pts., with male 
trio arr. B. Faighes. © Feb. 3, 
1933 ; E pub. 34682 ; Leo Feist, inc. 

3737 



with ukulele arr. 



© 



Feb. 3, 1933; E pub. 34684; Leo 
Feist, inc. 3738 

Loving you brings me gladness; from 
King of the Ritz, w Clifford Grey, 
original w Serge Veber, m Raoul 
Moretti ; with ukulele arr. [Eng- 
lish text only] © Jan. 23, 1933 ; E 
for. 28415 ; Chappell & co., ltd. 3739 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Luci nella notte; one-step, versi 
Peppino Mendes, in A. R. Borella, 
rid. di Virgilio Ripa [and] Io di 
amori ne ho tre; fox-trot, versi, 
A. R. Borella, m Mario Mariotti ; 
orch. Virgilio Ripa : orch. pti. © 
Jan. 4, 1933; E for. 28205; A. & G. 
Carisch & c. 3740 

Luckies ; song, m Luther A. Clark. © 
1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E unp. 67989; 
W. E. Davis. 3741 

Luckiest man in the world ; from 
Pardon my English, w Ira Gersh- 
win, m George Gershwin; with uku- 
lele arr. © Feb. 6, 1933; E pub. 
34900; New world music corp. 

3742 

Ludana ; song, w Kenneth Thorp. © 
1 c. Feb. 14, 1933; E unp. 67668; 
Thomas F. Powers, jr. 3743 

Lullaby ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67851; Florence West-James. 

3744 

w. m and violin obbl. © 1 c. 

Jan. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 67318 ; Kathe- 
rine A. Bailey. 3745 

w Shakespeare, m Ruggero Vene; 

men's voices. © Feb. 15, 1933; E 
pub. 34822; Riker, Brown & Wel- 
lington, inc. 3746 

Lullaby of my heart; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 67837 ; Michael 
Nicholas Vort. 3747 

Lupe; w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1933; E unp. 67393; Rocco Zappia. 

3748 

Machines ; impression ; pf . © 1 c. 
Feb. 2, 1933 ; E unp. 67184 ; Roy P. 
Vanderburgh. 3749 

Madame ; slow-foxtrot, German w and 
m Billy Golwyn, N. Intrator and 
Jos. Freudenthal, English lyric 
Ralph Stanley; with ukulele arr. 
© Dec. 23, 1932; E for. 28346; 
Athenaeum music pub. co., ltd. 3750 

Maedchen in uniform ; w Mitchell 
Parish, m Fred Fisher ; with ukulele 
arr. © Jan. 20, 1933 ; E pub. 31634 ; 
Mills music, inc. 3751 

Madel, wenn ich dir raten kann ; 
marsch aus Der schrecken der gar- 
nison, w G. Althoff u. K. Wilczynski, 
m G. Althoff. © Apr. 27, 1931; E 
for. 28225 ; Weiiier boheme verlag, 
Otto Hein. 3752 

Magdalena ; valse-ballet ; pf . © 1 c. 
Feb. 13, 1933; E unp. 67590; Roger 
De Roumefort. 3753 



Mah conscience : song, w E. Ruth 
Reynolds. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933; E 
unp. 67876; Florentine Heimlich. 

3754 

Maid (The) from Flushing, she never 
blushed again; w and m Samuel H. 
Speck. © Jan. 9, 1933; E pub. 
34670 ; Frank Harding. 3755 

Make believe ; w Helen Haynes, and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933; E 
unp. 67745 ; Helene Hipkins. 3756 

Makes no difference; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 28, 1933 ; E unp. 68178 ; Evelyn 
Maud Guild. 3757 

Man (The) from Harlem; w and m 
Will Hudson, pf. sc. Lou Leaman ; 
with ukulele arr. © Feb. 4, 1933; 
E pub. 34839; Mills music, inc. 

3758 

Man in the moon tonight; fox trot 
song, arr. Alice Cary Longfellow; 
pf. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1933; E unp. 
67379 ; Earle Taylor Rush. 3759 

Man on the jury ; march, Samuel 
Timberg, arr. Geo. Steiner; pf. © 
1 c. Feb. 7, 1933; E unp. 67461; 
Paramount productions, inc. 3760 

Man sagt auf wiederseh'n ; tango, 
deutscher text Fritz Rotter, m 
Bela Nadas. © Oct. 21, 1932; E 
for. 2 819 8; Musikalienhandlung 
Alberti, G. m. b. H. 3761 

Manhattan dance folio ; collection, 
Harry Woods, Mort Dixon and 
others, ed. Bob Noeltner ; pf . ; with 
ukulele arr. no. 1. © Jan. 27, 1933 ; 
E pub. 34575 ; Keit-Engel, inc. 3762 

Manhattan lights are calling to me; 
song. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933 ; E unp. 
68040; Leslie Henry Grout. 3763 

Mann (Ein) mit herz ; schlager, texte 
Robert Gilbert u. A. Robinson, m 
Robert Stolz, op. 601, 602. © Nov. 
6, 1932; E for. 28190; Alrobi musik- 
verlag, G. m. b. H. 3764 

Manna ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67591 ; Bonnie Elizabeth 
Davis White. 3765 

Mansion of dreams ; • w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 11. 1933 ; E unp. 67538 ; 
Robert N. Nauha. 3766 

March of the Boy scouts ; by N. Louise 
Wright, arr. Preston Ware Orem ; 
pf., 6 hands, with w. © Feb. 6, 
1933; E pub. 34756; Clayton F. 
Summy co. 3767 



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3794 



March of the chords ; by Gerald F. 
Frazee; pf. © Jan. 13, 1933; E 
pub. 34741; Willis music co. 3768 

Mardi (The) Gras ; overture; band 
pts. © Jan. 28, 1933 ; E pub. 34588 ; 
Albert James White. 3769 

Marguerite; w L. C. Sargent, m Gor- 
don Cameron. © Jan. 6, 1933; E 
for. 27942; Elkin & co., ltd. 3770 

Marines' (The) hymn; by L. Z. Phil- 
lips, arr. Freeman High. 1. Sop. 
and alto, or ten. and bar. — 2. Ten., 
bar. and bass, or ten. 1, 2 and 
bass. — 3. Sop., alto and bar. © 
Feb. 2, 1933; E pub. 34649-34651; 
Edward B. Marks music corp. 

3771-3773 

Marsch der zeitungsverkauf er ; aus 
Grosstadt-nachte, w Beppo, m Karol 
Rathaus, klavier-arr. Alexander 
Steinbrecher ; pf . © Dec. 29, 1932 ; 
E for. 28466 ; Universal edition a. g. 

3774 

Mass in F ; in honor of St. John the 
divine; mixed voices. © Dec. 7, 
1932 ; E pub. 34794 ; A. Logan Bice. 

3775 

Mass in honor of St. Catherine of 
Siena ; m Nicola A. Montani, op. 32 ; 
unison, 2-pt. or 3-pt. voices; organ 
ace. Sc. © Feb. 15, 1933; E pub. 
34935; J. Fischer & bro. 3776 

Matthias-Ben-Ezra ; song story, Mattie 
B. Shannon, m composed and arr. 
I. H. Meredith. © Jan. 23, 1933; 
D 28386 ; Tullar-Meredith co. 3776* 

Mavpa nana; Russian Gypsy melody, 
Greek, Paul Menestrel and George 
Buyukas, m arr. Julius S. Seredy. 
© Feb. 14, 1933; E pub. 34843; 
Apollo music co. 3777 

Maureen oge asthore; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 14, 1933 ; E unp. 67661 ; Michael 
Dermott Fagan. 3778 

May ; song, w anon. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1933; E unp. 67493; Mildred Lund 
Tyson. 3779 

May flowers; w Anna Addison Moody, 
m Mrs. H. H. A. Beach, op. 137. © 
Jan. 6, 1933; E pub. 34813; Arthur 
P. Schmidt co. 3780 

Maybe I love you too much; w and 
melody Irving Berlin. © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1933 ; E unp. 67961 ; Irving Ber- 
lin, inc. 3781 

Maybe I'm to blame ; w Charles E. 
Carpenter and Louis Dunlap, mel- 



ody Vernon Long. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 
1933; E unp. 67154; Louis Dunlap, 
jr. 3782 

M?) ixk pwras; cttLxoi Tiavvr] Qeodcopldrj, 
novainii Swcou 'I(aavi>l8r]. © Nov. 9, 
1932 ; E for. 28208 ; Alector pub. co. 

3783 

Mediterranean madness ; from Bally- 
hoo, w Robert Nesbitt, m William 
Walker. © Feb. 20, 1933; E for. 
28477; Keith, Prowse & co., ltd. 

3784 

Medley no. 3; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 68114 ; Charls 
Ide. 3785 

Meet me at Chicago, meet me at the 
fair; w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 
1933; E unp. 67225; Harlow G. 
Jungles. 3786 

Meet me in Chicago, meet me at the 
fair ; w J. Jasmyn, m M. K. Jerome ; 
pf. treble. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; 
E unp. 68186; Joan Jasmyn and M. 
K. Jerome. 3787 

Meet me in the gloaming; w Arthur 
Freed, m Al. Hoffman and Al Good- 
hart; with ukulele arr. © Feb. 14, 
1933; E pub. 34911; Remick music 
corp. 3788 

Meidele (A) vie du ; melody Sholom 
Secunda. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933; 
E unp. 67562 ; Samuel Secunda. 

3789 

Mein lieber schatz, bist du aus Span- 
ien ; paso-doble, w Fritz Rotter, m 
Enrique Santeugini, arr. Eli Sam- 
son; salon-orch. stimmen. © Feb. 
9, 1931 ; E for. 28222 ; Wiener boheme 
verlag, Otto Hein. 3790 

Mein schatz, ich bin in dein parfum 
verliebt [and] Ja, der himmel uber 
Wien ; aus Sehnsucht 202, text Karl 
Farkas, m Richard Fall. © Sept. 
7, 1932; E for. 28500; Wiener 
boheme-verlag, G. m. b. H. 3791 

Meine f rau — deine f rau ; tango, w 
Kurt Robitschek u. Paul Morgan, 
m Willy Rosen, klav. arr. Walter 
Borchert. © June 24, 1932; E for. 
28488 ; Wiener boheme-verlag, G. m. 
b. H. 3792 

Melancholy me; fox trot, w and m 
Dale Brown. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67812; Ernest Dale Brown. 

3793 

Melody; from the play, w Irving 
Caesar, m Sigmund Romberg; with 
ukulele arr. © Feb. 20, 1933; E 
pub. 34954; Harms, inc. 3794 



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Memories of father ; song, m Eddie 
Applegate. © Feb. 18, 1933 ; E pub. 
34885: Betty B. Bryan. 3795 

Memories of home ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 
13, 1933 ; E unp. 67582 ; Ellen Arnott 
Bates. 3796 

Memories of Montserrat ; pf. with w. 
© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 68087 : 
John Adolphus Osborne. 3797 

Memories of you; song. © Feb. 7, 
1933 ; E pub. 34853 ; LeRoy V. Cleve- 
land. 3798 

Memory land ; song, arr. Dan J. 
Michaud. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933: 
E unp. 67842; Nelle Steele Pryne. 

3799 

Memory moon ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 2. 
1933; E unp. 67182; Fern Ida Glas- 
gow. 3800 

Memory of long ago ; song, m Harold 
M. Deonez; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1933 ; E unp. 67831 ; John J. Yaeger. 

3801 

Memory (A) of love; w Jay Frederic, 
m Marshall Moss. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1933 ; E unp. 68054 ; Randolph Mar- 
shall Moss. 3802 

Memory waltz: w Edith Michael, m 
Alene Baldwin. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 
1933; E unp. 68103; Alene Baldwin 
Ehresman. 3803 

Mem'rie's rose; waltz song, arr. Billy 
Taylor. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 
67784 ; Olive Allison Thixton. 3804 

Men of York; w Albert Hydeman, m 
Joseph Mosser. © Feb. 17, 1933; 
E pub. 34894; York ice machinery 
corp. 3805 

Menuet classique: 1st violin. © 1 c. 
Feb. 15, 1933 ; E unp. 67694 ; Harold 
Nielsen. 3806 

Mer nocturnement ; by Hugo Fried- 
hofer, arr. Wm. Spielter ; pf .-con- 
ductor. © 1 c. Feb. 13. 1933 ; E unp. 
67650; Movietone music corp. 3807 

Merry mount ; opera, libretto Richard 
L. Stokes, m Howard Hanson. Sc. 
© Feb. 14, 1933; E pub. 34909; 
Harms, inc. 3808 

Mexicana ; romantic operetta. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1933 ; D 28385 ; Warner Van 
Valkenburg and Vera Elliott. 3808* 

Miami gon'na Tampa on my honey- 
moon ; w and melody L. J. Thomas. 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1933 ; E unp. 67657 ; 
Low J. Thomas and R. W. Thomas. 

3809 



Midnight (The) waltz: song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 16, 1933; E unp. 67750; Clem- 
encia Siggers. 3810 

Milford (Robin) Four heavenly 
songs ; w Isaac Watts and others, m 
R. Milford, op. 30; ten. solo and 
mixed cho. Voc. sc. © Oct. 28, 1932; 
E for. 28380 : Oxford univ. press. 

3811 

Millions of kisses and millions of 
smiles ; w and m Peter Maurice and 
Jos. Geo. Gilbert; with ukulele arr. 
© Oct. 25, 1932 ; E for. 28510 ; Peter 
Maurice music co., ltd. 3812 

Miner's (The) song; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 
13, 1933 ; E unp. 67622 ; Guido Diero. 

3813 

Miniature symphony; by E. De La- 
mater; full orch. pts. © Feb. 10, 
1933 ; E pub. 34802 ; Rubank, inc. 

3814 

Minnelied; old German Minnelied, 
English version, harmonized and set 
for voice and pf . A. Walter Kramer ; 
high in A flat. © Feb. 7, 1933; E 
pub. 34816 ; J. Fischer & bro. 3815 

Minuet; by John Christoph Friedrich 
Bach, ed. Theodore M. Finney; 
string quartet, sc. and pts. ; in G 
maj. © Feb. 3, 1933 ; E pub. 34623 : 
M. Witmark & sons. 3816 

by L. Boccherini, arr. Crosby 

Mollenhaer; 2 violins and pf. © 
Feb. 14, 1933 ; E pub. 34835 ; Hamil- 
ton S. Gordon, inc. 3817 

Minuet and Trio in G ; by Arthur Col- 
lingwood, op. 7: pf. © Jan. 27, 
1933; E for. 28396: Paterson's pub- 
lications, ltd. 3818 

Miracles do happen ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 67967 ; 
Virginia T. Hawthorne. 3819 

Mirage ; w Edythe J. Magee, m Harry 
Rowe Shelley. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1933: 
E unp. 67125 ; G. Schirmer, inc. 3820 

Miser of love; melody. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 
1933; E unp. 67292; Nicholas Yel- 
lenti. 3821 

Missing (The) melody; pf. with w. © 
1 c. Feb. 17, 1933; E unp. 67778; 
Doris Houser Greenbaum and Chas. 
Stanley Greenbaum. 3822 

Mississippi, moan: song; melody and 
pf. treble. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933; E 
unp. 67203; Clinton House. 3823 

Missouri; song, w Lizzie Chambers 
Hull. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E unp. 
67975; Noel Poepping. 3824 



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3852 



Mr. Moon ; song, w Josephine Shearer. 
© Feb. 1, 1933 ; E pub. 34854 ; Bessie 
Edwards. 3825 

Mit einer schonen frau geh' ieh gerne 
bis ans end' der welt ; tango, w Fritz 
Rotter, m Arcany, klav. arr. Walter 
Borehert. © July 9, 1932; E for. 
28489; Wiener boheme-verlag, G. m. 
b. H. 3826 

Modern (A) guitar method. © Mar. 
2, 1933 ; AA 115446 ; Harry Ginsburg. 

3827 

Modern (The) maid; w and m Charles 
Derf , arr. Mabel Hendrix ; with uku- 
lele arr. © Dec. 28, 1932; E pub. 
34791 ; Will Lewis. 3828 

Mon amant; operette, couplets J. 
Ardot, m Victor Alix; partition pf. 
et chant. © Dec. 1, 1932; E for. 
28340 ; Marcel Labbe. 3829 

Monsieur baby ; w Leo Robin, m Ralph 
Rainger. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933; E 
unp. 67564; Famous music corp. 

3830 

Moods ; suite, Haydn Wood ; orch. pts. 
© Dec. 14, 1932; E for. 28421; 
Chappell & co., ltd. 3831 

Moon (The), my heart and you ; w and 
m Rose Hunter Staines. © 1 c. 
Feb. 6, 1933; E unp. 67290; Octavia 
Hunter. 3832 

Moon's (The) on the Nile; w Richard 
A. Whiting ; m Nacio Herb Brown. 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933 ;.E unp. 67218; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp. 3833 

Moonlight and starlight ; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 27. 1033: E unp. 68140; George 
Washington Webster. 3834 

Moonlight, clown in dear old lover's 
lane ; song, m James L. Brown ; with 
ukulele arr. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933; 
E unp. 67604 ; Juliana Milligan. 

3835 

Moonlight on the Hudson ; song, m 
Eddie Applegate. © Jan. 30, 1933; 
E pub. 34829 ; Mary Joy Phillips. 

3836 

Moonlight on the Rockies ; waltz song, 
melody Jimmie Crane. © 1 c. Feb. 
25, 1933 ; E unp. 68069 ; Jack Wall. 

3837 

Moore (Francis) A march; pf., left 
hand or right hand alone, or both 
hands. © Feb. 17, 1933; E pub. 
34849 ; Schroeder & Gunther, inc. 

3838 



Morena mia ; bolero ; pf. with words. 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 67381 ; 
Frank Jimenez. 3839 

Morning; song, melody Louise Her- 
rold. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933 ; E unp. 
68057 ; Nettie K. Hurlburt. 3840 

Morning (A) song; by Charles Wood- 
house ; violin with pf. ace. © Feb. 
10, 1933; E for. 28459; Hawkes & 
son (London) ltd. 3841 

Morning song — spring 1933 ; pf . with 
w. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1933; E unp. 
68082 ; Johanne H. Waale. 3842 

Most (The) beautiful rose I ever saw; 
pf. with w. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68081 ; Johanne H. Waale. 

3843 

Mother ; waltz, w Arthur Reger, and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933; E 
unp. 67757 ; Earl Edwin Ducklow. 

3844 

Mother and sweetheart, Mary and 
Marie ; w and m Gerald Vincent 
Morris. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 
67767 ; Marie Elizabeth Meyer. 3845 

Mother hen and chicks ; w and m Myra 
Adler ; pf. © Jan. 13, 1933 ; E pub. 
34728 ; Boston music co. 3846 

Mother (The) of Mattie and me ; song, 
arr. Bertram Shield. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 
1933; E unp. 67905; Margaret B. 
Ordway. 3847 

Mother's old shoes; w and melody, 
with symbols for guit. chords. © 
1 c. Feb. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 67966 ; Al- 
berta Y. Herd. 3848 

Mother's (A) song; folk-song, arr. 
Richard H. Walthew, English, Geor- 
gina Tanner, tonic solfa tr. H. J. 
Timothy. © Jan. 19, 1933; E for. 
28264 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd. 3849 

Muller (Rudolf) Sechs deutsche 
volkslieder ; fiir die jugend, mit va- 
riationen; pf. © Dec. 7, 1932; E 
for. 28470 ; Universal edition, a. g. 

3850 

Mummy ; musical farce. © 1 c. Feb. 
27, 1933; D 28395; Frank Waring 
Lewis. 3850* 

Murrill (Herbert) Capriccio ; violon- 
cello and pf. © Dec. 20, 1932; E 
for. 28240; Augener, ltd. 3851 

Music in the air ; musical adventure, 
bk. and lyrics Oscar Hammerstein, 
2d. Voc. sc. © Feb. 14, 1933; E 
pub. 34912 ; Jerome Kern. 3S52 



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Musical initiatory service ; sop. © 
Dec. 19, 1932 ; AA 109999 ; Ethyl M. 
Anderson. 3853 

Musical (The) Salvationist; compiled 
F. G. Hawkes. With suppl. v. 47, pt. 
2, Feb. 1933. © Jan. 25, 1933; E 
for. 28312 ; Salvationist pub. & sup- 
plies, ltd. 3854 

Musketier storch ; schlager aus der 
militarschwank, text Kurt Schwa- 
bach u. Willy Rosen, in Franz 
Doelle, klavier arr. Walter Borchert. 
© Oct. 19, 1932; E for. 28495; 
Wiener boheme-verlag, G. m. b. H. 

3855 

My Alabama home ; fox trot song. © 
1 c. Feb. 7, 1933; E unp. 67716; 
Stella M. Craig. 3856 

My amulet ; w Aline Michaelis ; sop. or 
ten. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1933; E unp. 
67508 ; John R. Speelman. 3857 

My Angelique ; w Wallace Bruce Ams- 
bary, m Geoffrey O'Hara ; med. 
voice; in G. © Jan. 21, 1933; E 
pub. 34711 ; Oliver Ditson co., inc. 

3858 

My boogaboo from Timbuctoo; song, 
melody Clyde Hart. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 
1933 ; E unp. 67146 ; Blanche Callo- 
way. 3859 

My book of love ; w and m John Red- 
mond and John Lynch ; pf. treble. 
© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1933 ; E unp. 67917 ; 
Bibo-Lang, inc. 3860 

My buddy polka ; by Ervin Kleffman ; 
cornet solo or duet and pf. © Feb. 
10, 1933 ; E pub. 34804 ; Rubank, inc. 

3861 

My caravan of dreams ; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 18, 1933; E unp. 67850; Lily 
Julia Miller. 3862 

My dear Aime ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 67534 ; Albert 
A. Gagnon. 3863 

My dear mother waiting there for me 
down in my old home town ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1933 ; E unp. 
67396; Estelle Nelson. 3864 

My Dixie hi-dee hideaway; w Roy 
Turk, melody Oscar Levant. © 1 c. 
Feb. 7, 1933; E imp. 67370; Santly 
bros., inc. 3865 

My empty heart: waltz, song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 8. 1933; E unp. 67417; Victor 
Marcy. 3866 

My first song book ; w and melodies 
composed and compiled Walter Dam- 



rosch, George H. Gartlan and Karl 
W. Gehrkens. © Jan. 12, 1933; A 
59125; Hinds, Hayden & Eldredge, 
inc. 3867 

My forbidden love ; pf . with w. © 1 c. 
Feb. 11. 1933 ; E unp. 67549 ; Marcel 
J. Steger. 3868 

My gal; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933; E 
unp. 67743 ; Robert Edward Blum. 

3869 

My garden; song, melody Howard 
Warren. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933; E 
unp. 67735 ; Violet Gwenllian Bowen. 

3870 

My heart belongs to you; words by 
Bob Ford, m Gene Hammett, jr. © 
1 c. Feb. 20, 1933; E unp. 67846: 
Walter Eugene Hammett, jr. 3871 

My heart belongs to you, my dear ; 
song, m James L. Brown ; with uku- 
lele arr. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933; E 
unp. 67240 ; Hilma Wagner. 3872 

My heart turns to you : waltz, w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1933; E 
unp. 67895 ; Hugh Ross. 3873 

My heart won't believe a thing I say; 
song. Rev. ed. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 
1933; E unp. 68116; William Mi- 
chael. 3874 

My hill billy; w Roy Turk, melody 
Oscar Levant. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67818 ; Leo Feist, inc. 3875 

My hobo bride; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E unp. 67934: 
B. A. Hayward. 3876 

My Indiana home; song, m Jack 
Mahoney. © Jan. 5, 1933; E pub. 
34671; Almeta Burkhardt. 3877 

My kind of love is true; song, w 
Katherine Dial. © 1 c. Feb. 20. 
1933; E unp. 67879; John Dial. 

3878 

My little canary ; w Jelda Jasper, inel- 
odv Ray Hibbeler. © 1 c. Feb. 3 
1933: E unp. 67223; Martha E. 
Keck. 3879 

My little sailor lad : song. © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1933; E unp. 68011; Florence 
Adele Pond. 3880 

My lost love of the country ; song, m 
James L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933 ; E unp. 67243 ; 
Josie McCormack. 3881 

My love; pf. treble and w. © 1 c. 
Feb. 15, 1933 : E unp. 67682 ; Albert 
Hay Malotte. 3882 



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3913 



My love for you ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 20, 1933; E imp. 67864; 
Jim King. 3883 

My love has fallen asleep; song. © 
1 c. Feb. 1, 1933; E unp. 67153; 
Rebecca Carol Parks. 3884 

My loved one ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 20, 1933; E unp. 67853; Mel- 
ville L. Goldberg. 3885 

My mother ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67288 ; Robert L. Hubbard. 

3886 

My mother dear ; valse song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 67335 ; Annie 
L. Smaistrla. 3887 

My musical moments ; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 
2, 1933 ; E unp. 67176 ; John J. Car- 
lucci. 3888 

My nameless melody ; song, with chord 
symbols for guit., banjo and ukulele. 
© 1 c. Feb. 9. 1933; E unp. 67447; 
Harold Oliver Wilkinson. 3889 

My old homestead by the sea ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 23. 1933; E 
unp. 67978; William Ronald Cala- 
way. 3890 

My old southern home ; w and m 
Charles Derf, arr. Mabel Hendrix ; 
with ukulele arr. Dec. 28, 1933; 
E pub. 34785 ; Will Lewis. 3891 

My old sweetheart ; waltz song, melody 
Ray Hibbeler. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67361 ; Sallie Newsome Win- 
chester. 3892 

My pal; song. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1933; 
E unp. 67185 ; Fannie Weinman. 

3893 

My palace where love is king; fox- 
trot, w and m Jack Bloom and 
Mickey Kippel, arr. Jack Mason; 
orcb. pts. © Feb. 14. 1933; E pub. 
34808 ; Edward B. Marks music corp. 

3894 

My paly galy [sic] Anna guitar ; song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1933 ; E unp. 67681 ; 
Bernard Peter Conlin. 3895 

My plea ; w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 
25, 1933; E unp. 68073; Arnold 
Rosen. 3896 

My precious child; w and melodv. © 
1 c. Jan. 21, 1933; E unp. 66671; 
Josephine Aloi, Bob White and 
Ralph Romano. 3897 

My precious own ; song, melody Ster- 
ling Sherwin. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; 
E unp. 68046 ; Henry H. Pennington. 

3898 



My queen of lullaby land ; from Hello 
everybody, w Sam Coslow, m Arthur 
Johnston; with ukulele arr. © Feb. 
7, 1933 ; E pub. 34797 ; Famous music 
corp. 3899 

My rainbow dream girl ; song, m Eric 
Anderson. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933; 
E unp. 67725 ; Frank J. Witt. 3900 

My song awakens the dawn ; march 
song, w Emily Van Dercook. © 1 c. 
Feb. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 67789 : Eduardo 
Maseras. 3901 

My song of love to you; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 27, 1933; E unp. 68124; Flor- 
ence Rugg Ellis. 3902 

My song of the Southland, the song of 
my dreams ; w S. J. Nardone, jr., 
and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; 
E unp. 68156; Sparty J. Nardone, 
jr. and Anthony Pelligra. 3903 

My star girl ; song, m James L. Brown ; 
with ukulele arr. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 
1933; E unp. 67235; Fred Suther- 
land. 3904 

My Sunday gal ; w Mitchell Parish, m 
Frank Perkins ; with ukulele arr. 
© Feb. 4, 1933 ; E pub. 34841 ; Mills 
music, inc. 3905 

My sweetheart; song. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 
1933; E unp. 68125; Anthony Di- 
tonto. 3906 

My sweetheart Lena ; . m James L. 
Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 68099 ; Beulah 
R. Nealey. 3907 

My tears for you are falling ; song, m 
James L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933; E unp. 67242; 
Charles Schlichter. 3908 

My technocratic daddy : w and melodv. 
© 1 c. Feb. 28. 1933 ; E unp. 68172 ; 
Julia Claire Moffit. 3909 

My valley of memories : w and melody 
B. Miller and Al Opler. © 1 c. Feb. 
6, 1933 ; E unp. 67311 ; Bob Miller. 

3910 

My wild Irish Rose; w and m Chaun- 
cey Olcott, arr. William J. Reddick. 
1. Mixed voices. — 2. Sop. 1, 2 and 
alto. © Feb. 3, 1933; E pub. 34611, 
34613 : M. Witmark & sons. 

3911, 3912 

Nachtmusik (Eine) ; v. Max Brand, 
op. 5; kammerorch. Partitur. © 
Oct. 4, 1932: E for. 28382; Edition 
Adler. G. m. b. H. 3913 



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Nadra ; tango, w Billy Yorke. m Birger 
Struense. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1933; E 
unp. 68093 ; Birger De Buelow. 3914 

Napoli ( Jacopo) Due canti dell' isola ; 
versi Ada Negri, in J. Napoli. © 
Nov. 18, 1932 ; E for. 28285 ; A. For- 
livesi & c. 3915 

Nation shall speak peace unto nation ; 
vesper hymn, w Paul Askew, m Cyril 
Dalmaine ; mixed voices. © Jan. 24, 
1933; E for. 28250; Boosey & co., 
ltd. 3916 

'Neath the dreamy southern moon ; w 
and melody Mabel V. Cessna. © 1 c. 
Feb. 10. 1933; E unp. 67489; Mabel 
Cessna. 3917 

Neue meisterklange ; hrsg. Leopold 
Beer ; violine u. klavier. © Dec. 7. 
1932; E for. 28469; Universal edi- 
tion, a. g. 3918 

Neues notenbuch ; zehn stucke f iir die 
jugend, Arthur Willner ; klavier. © 
Nov. 17, 1932 ; E for. 28471 ; Univer- 
sal edition, a. g. 3919 

New moon grant my wish soon ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 
67520: William Norman Douglas. 

3920 

New Year's revels ; band arr., Gus 
Guentzel; [conductor pt] © 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1933; E unp. 67227: Harold 
Wm. Roberts. 3921 

Night ; song, w J. C. Coates ; in E flat. 
© Feb. 27/1933; E pub. 34991: L. 
Parkinson. 3922 

Night after night ; w and m George 
Blake and Fred Hoffman ; with uku- 
lele arr. © Feb. 3, 1933; E for. 
28283 ; Irwin Dash music co., ltd. 

3923 

w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 

1933 ; E unp. 67937 : Theodore Kuhl- 
morgen. 3924 

Night time is loving time sweetheart : 
w and melody. ©) 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933 ; 
E imp. 67952; J. William Cook. 

3925 

Night voices ; suite. Carol Christopher, 
arr. B. F. Stuber, ed. G. A. Grant- 
Schaefer ; orch. pts. © Feb. 1, 1933 ; 
E pub. 34828 ; Raymond A. Hoffman 
co. 3926 

Night (The) watch on the mountain; 

w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 4. 1933 ; 

•' E unp. 67258 ; Edgar Northup. 3927 

Night (The) you sang on the radio 
and I listened at home to you : waltz, 



w and m Leo Rising, Ted Carson and 
Bert Hibberd ; with ukulele arr. © 
Jan. 26, 1933: E for. 28430; Cecil 
Lennox, ltd. 3928 

Nightingale ; w and melody Tot Sey- 
mour and Lew Pollack. © 1 c. Feb. 
20, 1933 ; E unp. 67854 ; Irving Ber- 
lin, inc. 3929 

Nina ; w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 9. 
1933; E unp. 67445; Henry Levin 
and Benj. Vine. 3930 

Nine o'clock serenade ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1933 ; E unp. 67446 ; 
Henry Levin and Benj. Vine. 3931 

Nirvana ; w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 

6, 1933; E unp. 67299; Jos. H. 
Kroeger. 3932 

No greater love; w and melody J. 
Erickson, Carl Fields and Jack Mil- 
ler. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; E unp. 
68187; Jack Erickson. 3933 

Nobody knows ; spiritual, arr. Arthur 
Warrell, tonic solfa tr. H. J. Tim- 
othy ; bar. solo and mixed cho. © 
Feb. 8, 1933; E for. 28363; Stainer 
& Bell, ltd. 3934 

Noels ; new coll. of old carols, Marx 
and Anne Oberndorfer. © Dec. 5. 
1932; A 60097; H. T. FitzSimons 
co. 3935 

None but the brave deserve the fair ; 
sketch, w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 

7, 1933; D 28381; Marjorie Harper. 

3935* 

Noon and night: song, w Herbert 
Trench. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1933; E 
unp. 67491; Mildred Lund Tyson. 

3936 

Nothing lasts forever; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 67815 ; Herbert 
A. Spears. 3937 

Nouvelle methode complete de flute; 
de E. Damare, suivie d'une annexe 
speciale pour 1' etude de la petite 
flute completee et adaptee aux prin- 
cipes de l'enseignement moderne, J. 
Viol. © Dec. 1. 1932 ; E for. 28341 ; 
E. Gaudet. 3938 

Nuits de Blida ; melodie-fox-arabe, de 
J. Nelly et D. Berniaux, arr. D. 
Berniaux; orch. ptes. © Feb. 1. 
1933 ; E for. 28432 ; Societe anonyme 
des editions Ricordi. 3939 

paroles Raoul LeBlond et 



Rene Margand, m Jean Nelly et De- 
sire Berniaux. © Feb. 1, 1933; E 
for. 28433 : Societe anonyme des 
editions Ricordi. 3940 



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3972 



O Easter morn most glorious ; anthem, 
w L. S. Spence, m William R. 
Spence ; mixed voices ; organ ace. © 
Jan. 26, 1933 ; B pub. 34698 ; Oliver 
Ditson co., inc. 3941 

O ! Mister Carpenter ; from The half- 
naked truth, w and m Edward 
Eliscu and Harry Akst ; with uku- 
lele arr. © Dec. 29, 1932; E pub. 
34747; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

3942 

Ocean moon ; song, m James L. Brown ; 
with ukulele arr. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1933; E imp. 68003; Amos Miller. 

3943 

Ocean valse extensions ; pf . © 1 c. 
Feb. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 67586 ; Hubert 
Mervyn Tylston Hodgson. 3944 

Off again, on again ; from Walk a 
little faster, w E. Y. Harburg, m 
Vernon Duke ; with ukulele arr. © 
Feb. 20. 1933 ; E pub. 34953 ; Harms, 
inc. 3945 

Oh, beautiful Miami ; fox-trot song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1933 ; E unp. 67351 ; 
Tom Graham. 3946 

Oh butterfly; song, w anon. © 1 c. 
Feb. 10. 1933 ; E unp. 67492 ; Mildred 
Lund Tyson. 3947 

Oh ! to live the word of God ; song. 
© Feb. 18, 1933 ; E pub. 34963 ; Ben. 
H. Silver. 3948 

Oh you, great big silvery moon ; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67948; Karen Haugen. 3949 

Oh you would, so would I ; w and m 
Kendall Burgess and Harold Ray- 
mond ; with ukulele arr. May Singhi 
Breen. © Feb. 6, 1933; E pub. 
34685; Superior music, inc. 3950 

Ohne dich hat die welt keinen sinn ; 
boston, w Karl Wilczynski, m Franz 
Grothe. © Apr. 27, 1933; E for. 
28227 ; Wiener boherne verlag, Otto 
Hein. 3951 

Old Black Joe; arr. S. Quagenti; Ha- 
waiian guit. diagram. © Feb. 3, 
1933; E pub. 34690; Samuel Qua- 
genti. 3952 

Old Black Joe, we are waiting for 
you; song, arr. Luella Morrison. © 
Feb. 16, 1933; E pub. 34988; Helen 
D. Voll. 3953 

Old fashioned garden of memories ; 
song, m Jack Mahoney. © Jan. 7, 
1933; E pub. 34672: Henry Schaff- 
nit. 3954 



Old (An) fashioned play; waltz song, 
arr. Fred Mormann. © 1 c. Feb. 
6, 1933; E unp. 67300; Harold 
Samuel Blegen. 3955 

Old Father Thames keeps rolling 
along ; w Raymond Wallace, m Betsy 
O'Hogan ; with ukulele arr. © Feb. 
9, 1933 ; E for. 28400 ; Huntley Tre- 
vor music co., ltd. 3956 

Old (The) Flag never touched the 
ground ; by Rosamond Johnson, arr. 
Freeman High. 1. Sop. 1, 2 and alto. 
— 2. Sop., alto and bass. — 3. Ten., 
bar. and bass, or ten. 1, 2 and 
bass. — 1. Sop. and alto, or ten. and 
bar. — 5. Mixed voices. © Feb. 2, 
1933; E pub. 34644-34648; Edward 
B. Marks music corp. 3957-3961 

Old homestead bound; w and melody 
Robert Lewis O'Reiley. © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1933; E unp. 67931; Robert S. 
Curtis. 3962 

Old lace; w Charles Newman, m 
Isham Jones ; with ukulele arr. Haia 
Kaa. © Feb. 21, 1933; E pub. 
34940 ; Isham Jones, inc. 3963 

Old (The) pig woman; w and m Cal 
Grant ; with ukulele arr. © Feb. 
17, 1933 ; E pub. 34877 ; Irving Ber- 
lin, inc. 3964 

Old (The) saying, It beats all; pf. 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 67192 : 
Dora Cooper. 3965 

Olden (The) mill; waltz song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 10, 1933; E unp. 67484; James 
Albert Crider. 3966 

Ole-o the gigolo ; from Me and my gal, 
w and m James F. Hanley. © Jan. 
30, 1933; E pub. 34597; Movietone 
music corp. 3967 

Olive blossoms ; Spanish waltz, Pietro 
Frosini ; pf . accordion. © Jan. 5, 
1933; E pub. 34926; Alfred music 
co., inc. 3968 

Ombreuse; etude, P. O. Ferroud; pf. 
© Dec. 1, 1932; E for. 28332; Edi- 
tions du magasin musical, Pierre 
Schneider. 3969 

On a hillside; waltz song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 28, 1933 ; E unp. 68195 ; Robert 
L. Tumey, jr. 3970 

On sweetheart bay ; w Howard John- 
son, melody Geo. B. McConnell. © 
1 c. Feb. 15, 1933; E unp. 67674: 
Irving Berlin, inc. 3971 

On Tampa Bay ; w and m Clarence 
Tyner. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1933 ; E imp. 
68130: Clarence Edward Tyner. 

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pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



On the banks of the Illinois : w and m 
L. E. Mcintosh and W. Y. Mcintosh. 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1933 ; E unp. 67421 ; 
Lulu E. Mcintosh. 3973 

On the corner where we used to meet; 
song, melody Theodore William 
Combis. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1933 ; E unp. 
67166 ; Harry James Peart. 3974 

On the lake; prelude, N. Louise 
Wright ; pf . © Jan. 13, 1933 ; E pub. 
34737 ; Boston music co. 3975 

On the level; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 1, 1933; E unp. 67135; Rilla 
Couture. 3976 

On the shores of WaikiM; w and m 

Marty Ott. © Nov. 10, 1931 ; E pub. 
34878; Martin G. Ott. 3977 

On the way ; march ; pf . © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1933 ; E unp. 68012 ; Hey wood S. 
Jones. 3978 

Once and for all; lyric Peppino Men- 
des, English, Jimmy Kennedy, m 
Paul Abel : with ukulele arr. R. S. 
Stoddon. © Feb. 14, 1933; E for. 
28399 ; B. Feldman & co. 3979 

One broken heart and me; song, m 
Edward Benedict. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1933; E unp. 67871; Mona Salis- 
bury. 3980 

One (The) for me; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1932 ; E unp. 67150 ; 
Robert G. Carran. 3981 

One for the money — two for the show ; 
song. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; E unp. 
68192; Eugene Collins Abrams. 

3982 

One (The) I left behind in Caroline; 
w and m Al Piantadosi and Jack 
Glogau ; with ukulele arr. © Feb. 
20, 1933; E pub. 34945; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc. 3983 

One little kiss from you; from The 
midshipmaid, w Clifford Grey, m 
Noel Gay ; with ukulele arr. © 
Jan. 2, 1933 ; E for. 28416 ; Chappell 
& co., ltd. 3984 

One more waltz; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 27, 1933; E unp. 68110; 
Andrew R. O'Connor. 3985 

One (The) note trumpet player; w 
and m Ted Weems, Al Goodhart, Al 
Hoffman and Don Hartman ; with 
ukulele arr. © Feb. 17, 1933; E 
pub. 34873; Ager, Yellen & Born- 
stein, inc. 39856 

Only (The) friend I had; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933; E unp. 
67262; Edna Schuessler. 3987 



Only ( The ) girl I ever loved ; w and 
m Basil M. Ziegler. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1933: E unp. 67392; Bibo-Lang, inc. 

3988 

Oo-la-la Jimmie ; w Clifford Grey and 
Harry Tobias, m Herbert Stothart. 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933; E unp. 67217; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp. 3989 

Ooh ! what I could do to you ; w and 
m Cliff Friend, Herb. Magidson and 
Sam H. Stept ; with ukulele arr. 
© Feb. 6, 1933 ; E pub. 34662 ; Don- 
aldson. Douglas & Gumble, inc. 

3990 

Opening of the fair ; band arr., Louis 
De Francesco, arr. P. A. Marquardt ; 
pf .-conductor. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67132 ; Movietone music corp. 

3991 

Orange blossoms waltz; by Robert H. 
Taylor, op. 1, no. 2 ; violin and pf. 
© Jan. 13, 1933; E pub. 34745; 
Willis music co. 3992 

Organ-grinder blues ; w and melody 
Jimmie Davis. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1933 ; E unp. 67433 ; Southern music 
pub. co., inc. 3993 

Oriental flute song : by Gertrude 
Weeth ; pf. © Jan. 13. 1933 ; E pub. 
34740; Willis music co. 3994 

Ould (The) turf fire; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 67364 ; Michael 
Dermott Fagan. 3995 

Our Flag ; male cho. © Feb. 4. 1933 ; 
E pub. 34665; Emil Biorn. 3996 

Our garden ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 25, 1933; E unp. 68077; Pearl 
Mahanay. 3997 

Our Governor ; march ; pf. © Feb. 
25, 1933 ; E pub. 34989 ; Edwin Hen- 
ry Peters. 3998 

Our last waltz; song, w Arthur Judge. 
© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 67619 ; 
Wilson John Fisher. 3999 

Our old home town; ballad. © 1 c. 
Feb. 9, 1933 ; E unp. 67460 ; Millard 
F. George. 4000 

Our one and only kiss ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 67358 ; 
Irene Brooks Pierson. 4001 

Our President ; inaugural march song, 
m Antonio Galvan. © 1 c. Feb. 3. 
1933; E unp. 67197: Thomas H. 
Qualles. 4002 

march: pf. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; 

E unp. 68151; P. Spicacci. 4003 



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4033 



Our waltz; pf. treble with w. © 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1933 ; E imp. 68098 ; Jack A. 
Giusto. 4004 

Out o'er my sea of memory ; song. © 
1 c. Feb. 4, 1933 ; E unp. 67273 ; 
Frieda Snodgrass. 4005 

Out of doors ; by George Henschel ; pf . 
© Dec. 28, 1932 ; E for. 28372 ; Pat- 
erson's publications, ltd. 4006 

Out of the darkness into the dawn ; 
waltz song. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933; 
E unp. 67772 ; Arthur Bushnell Hus- 
ted. 4007 

Out of the rolling ocean ; w Walt 
Whitman, m Marshall Kernochan. 
1. Med. voice and pf. — 2. Med. voice, 
orch. ace. Sc. © Feb. 24, 1933; 
E pub. 34977, 34978; Galaxy music 
corp. 4008, 4009 

Over here ; w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 
9, 1933 ; E unp. 67451 ; Milton Klein. 

4010 

Overture comique ; comp. and arr. 
Emil Gerstenberger ; [pf. conductor 1 
© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 67652 ; 
Movietone music corp. 4011 

Pal o' mine ; from Love lost, melody, 
rhythm and w H. W. Barwick, ace. 
L. Crawley. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1933; 
E unp. 67189 ; Howard William Bar- 
wick and Leone Crawley. 4012 

Pal of my heart ; song, melody Eva E. 
Caple. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 
67618 ; Helen Carolyn Weaver. 4013 

Palestrina (Giovanni Pierluigi Santo) 
God so loved the world ; motet, 
adapted to English w from John III, 
Herbert G. Smith ; mixed voices, or- 
gan ace. © Jan. 3, 1983; E for. 
28278; Cary & co. 4014 

Palma ; dans La revue d'amour, pa- 
roles et m Maurice Hermite. © 
Jan. 20, 1933; E for. 28245; Enoch 
& cie. 4015 

Panama ; song, w Frances Estelle 
Lehlbach. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E 
unp. 67987; Valborg Teeling Wal- 
ters. 4016 

Panama moonlight ; song, arr. Burrell 
Van Buren. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933. 
E unp. 67965; Dale Fulton. 4017 

Panhandle Pete ; w and m Ted Weems, 
James Cavanaugh and Frank Wel- 
don; with ukulele arr. © Feb. 14, 
1933; E pub. 34847; Skidmore mu- 
sic co., inc. 4018 



Paprika ; schlager, texte Kurt Schwa- 
bach u. Max Kolpe, m Franz Wachs- 
mann. © Nov. 18, 1933; E for. 
28193 ; Alrobi musikverlag, G. m. b. 
H. 4019 

Paradise dreams; song. © 1 c. Feb. 
20, 1933; E unp. 67865; Dorothea 
Lay ton. 4020 

Paradise (A) for two; w Anna Mes- 
sina and Anna Baron. © 1 c. Feb. 
14, 1933 ; E unp. 67669 ; Philip John 
Baron. 4021 

Paree chere ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 67521 ; Henry 
Robert Martin Edmonds. 4022 

Parkinson (L.) Noveletta ; pf. © 
Feb. 27, 1933 ; E pub. 34993 ; L. Par- 
kinson. 4023 

Parodi (Renato) Canzonetta ; rondo, 
versi Guiseppe Parini. m R. Parodi. 
© Feb. 3, 1933; E for. 28439; G. 
Ricordi & co. 4024 

Partita (Una) ; drama, Arturo Ros- 
sato, m Riccardo Zandonai, rid. per 
canto e pf. Ugo Solazzi. © Jan. 10, 
1933 j E for. 28438 ; G. Ricordi & co. 

4025 

Partners just for a dance ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1933 ; E unp. 
67450; Milton Klein. 4026 

Passionslied ; text Heinr. Elmenhorst, 
m Joh. Wolfg. Frank, bearb. Hanns 
Miessner, op. 15, nr. 1 ; mannerchor, 
a cappella. Partitur. © Dec. 31, 
1932; E for. 28454; Ed. Bote & G. 
Bock. 4027 

Pastoral dance ; by Norman Demuth ; 
string orch. and pf. ad lib., with 
flute, clarinet and triangle pts. Sc. 
© Jan. 24, 1933 ; E for. 28282 ; Jo- 
seph Williams, ltd. 4028 

Pathetic recitative; by P. Brunelli; 
pf .-conductor. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67640; Movietone music corp. 

4029 

Patsch (Karl) 2 marsche; v. K. 
Patsch ; stimmen. 1. Grosses orch. — 
2. Salonorch. © Aug. 31, 1931; E 
for. 28217. 28218; Musikverlag Mel- 
odie, inh. Karl Patsch. 4030, 4031 

Pay no 'tention; w and m Dorothy 
Pearce. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933; E 
unp. 67612 ; Dorothy Pearce He- 
berer. 4032 

Peace ; march and one-step, melody ; 
in G min. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933; 
E unp. 67763 : Anton Keresztes. 

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pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Persian (The) flame; operetta, 
George Ted Reicard. © 1 c. Feb. 
16, 1933; D 28401; George Daniel 
Reichard. 



Peter's pieces; 6 miniatures, Henry 
Geehl; violin, 1st position, and pf. 
© Feb. 2, 1933 ; E for. 28458 ; Enoch 
& sons (1927) ltd. 4034 

Petite suite espagnole; par E. F. 
Arbos, op. 4; orch. Partition. © 
Dec. 10, 1932 ; E for. 28524 ; Editions 
Max Eschig. 4035 

Phi lambda delta; waltz, w and m 
Violette Congreve Fitzpatrick. © 
1 c. Feb. 4, 1933 ; E unp. 67285 ; Phi 
lambda delta sorority. 4036 

Pictured melodies; [compiled and 
arr.] ; pf. with w. © Feb. 25, 1933 ; 
AA 116211 ; Flora E. McCurdy. 

4037 

Pietra (La) dello scandailo ; eommedia, 
Luigi Latini, m Vincenzo Billi. © 
Oct. 15, 1932 ; D 28398 ; Saporetti & 
Cappelli. 4037* 

Pitchin ; w Alice Stoddard, m Jack 
McGuire. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933; E 
unp. 67214; Alfred Jack McGuire. 

4038 

Pitfield (Thomas Baron) Five short 
pieces ; pf . © Dec. 12, 1932 ; E for. 
28239; Augener, ltd. 4039 

Pizzetti (Ildebrando) Canto; dal 
vocalizzo per voce media, trascri- 
zione Mario Corti ; violino e pf. © 
Feb. 3, 1933; E for. 28443; G. 
Ricordi & co. 4040 

Play fiddle play ; Viennese waltz, 
Emery Deutsch and Arthur Altman, 
arr. Pietro Deiro : pf . accordion. 
© Feb. 8, 1933; E pub. 34752; 
Edward B. Marks music corp. 4041 

Playing soldier; by Isabel Van ISoit; 
pf. © Jan. 13, 1933 ; E pub. 34743 ; 
Willis music co. 4042 

Playing the game of love; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1933 ; E unp. 
66672; Josephine Aloi, Bob White 
and Ralph Romano. 4043 

Playing with the stars ; valse, w N. 
Barthel, m L. Fashing. © 1 c. Jan. 
25, 1933; E unp. 67336; Norbert 
Barthel and Louis Fashing. 4044 

Please believe me dear ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933 ; E unp. 68185 ; 
Virgil Marrion Parker. 4045 



Please come back sweetheart ; w and 
m Bill Boucher. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 
1933; E unp. 67367; William L. 
Boucher. 4046 

Please come back to me ; fox trot song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 67717 ; 
F. R. Blanding. 4047 

Please don't talk about my man; w 
Andy Razaf, m Reginald Foresythe. 
© Jan. 30, 1933 ; E pub. 34571 ; Joe 
Davis, inc. 4048 

Pleasin' you; song, m M. S. Russell 
and Frances T. Mellen. © 1 c. Feb. 
11, 1933 ; E unp. 67551 ; Marguerite 
S. Russell. 4049 

Pledge (The) ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 
1933 ; E unp. 67140 ; Frances Daven- 
port Welch. 4050 

Poeme ; by Charles V. Rychlik ; violin 
and pf. © Jan. 4, 1933; E for. 
28376 ; Fr. A. Urbanek & sons. 4051 

Polka ; by Charles V. Rychlik, op. 21 ; 
violin and pf. © Jan. 4, 1933; E 
for. 28377; Fr. A. Urbanek & sons. 

4052 

Poor working girls ; German, w Walter 
Reisch, English, Douglas Furber. m 
Werner R. Heymann ; with ukulele 
arr. © Dec. 30, 1932 ; E for. 28367 ; 
Ufaton verlags, G.m.b.H. 4053 

Poppy (The) song; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E unp. 67960: 
Harry Ellsworth Philwin. 4054 

Pour une heure; dans La revue 
d'amour, paroles et m Maurice 
Hermite. © Jan. 20, 1933; E for. 
28246 ; Enoch & cie. 4055 

Praise the Lord Jesus ; pf. with w. 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 67205 ; 
Florence Ethel Schmidt. 4056 

Praise to the living God; w from the 
Yigdal of Daniel ben Judah, m Carl 
F. Mueller ; divided 4-pt. mixed cho. 
© Feb. 8, 1933; E pub. 34762; G. 
Schirmer, inc. 4057 

Prelude and fugue ; by Daniel Gregory 
Mason, op. 20. 1. 2 pfs. or pf. and 
organ. — 2. Pf. and orch. Sc. © 
Feb. 15, 1933; E pub. 34938, 34939: 
J. Fischer & bro. 4058. 4059 

Prelude and Gigue ; by D. Zipoli, arr. 
Stell Andersen and Silvio Scionti ; 
2 pfs., 4 hands. © Feb. 7, 1933 ; E 
pub. 34817 ; J. Fischer & bro. 4060 

Premier solo de concert; du Concerto 
pour trombone, J. Demersseinan, 
transcription pour saxhorn basse si 



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no. 2, 1933 



4089 



bemol, J. Watelle ; avec ace de pf . 
© Dec. 1, 1932; E for. 28335: E. 
Gaudet. 4061 

Presidents on parade; w and melody 
Stella Unger and Fred Fisher. © 
1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; E imp. 67127; 
Famous music corp. 4062 

Press on; w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 
11, 1933 ; E unp. 67575 ; Donna Jean 
Kragen. 4063 

Primaverina ; rondd, poesia Alfredo 
Petrucci, m Pietro Cimara. © Dec. 
27, 1932 ; E for. 28287 ; A. Forlivesi 
& c. 4064 

Prince Cheri ; opierette, livret Guillot 
de Saix, Marcelle Claude et Pierre 
de Wattyne, m Lionel Renieu. 
Partition complete pour pf. et 
chant. © Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 
28516; Editions Max Eschig. 4065 

Processional; hymn, w and m Wil- 
liam D. Stewart. © Nov. 4, 1932; 
E pub. 34779 ; H. W. Gray co. 4066 

Prosperity ; pf. with w. © 1 c. Feb. 
25, 1933; E unp, 68074; Charlie 
Gilbert Schrah. 4067 

■ song. © Feb. 13, 1933; E pub. 

34921 ; Katherine M. Goodnature. 

4068 

Prosperity has won our hearts ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933 ; E unp. 
67264; A. Catherine Allan. 4069 

Prosperity is advancing; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933; E 
unp. 67541 ; E. Lee Dearing. 4070 

Prosperity is coming; song, m James 
L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Feb. 13, 1933; E unp. 67599; Joye 
Ellen Fisher. 4071 

w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 

1933 ; E unp. 67530 ; Estelle N. Irwin. 

4072 

Prosperity march; melody Lewis A. 
Clark, pf. pt. Winnifred Caroline 
Gibson and S. J. Gibson ; pf . with w. 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933; E unp. 67274; 
Samuel Jordan Gibson. 4073 

song. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1933; E 

unp. 67807; Cordelia Suggs. 4074 

Properity's coming ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E unp. 67946; 
Ben I. Berg. 4075 

Purim (A) play; musical play. © 
1 c. Jan. 4, 1933; D 28400; Mattia 
Durmashkin. 4075* 



Pursuit; by P. Brunelli; pf. -conductor, 
no. 2. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1933; E unp. 
67471 ; Movietone music corp. 4076 

Put your cares in a song, and hum 
your troubles away ; w E. Maxwell, 
melody G. Morgan. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1933; E unp. 67399; Eddie Maxwell 
and Grace Morgan. 4077 

Quarrel (A) ; by Peter Brunelli; pf.- 
conductor. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1933; E 
unp. 67130; Movietone music corp. 

4078 

Queenie ; w and m Con Conrad and 
Bruz Fletcher ; with ukulele arr. © 
Feb. 14, 1933 ; E pub. 34910 ; Harms, 
inc. 4079 

Quien; bolero, letra y m Luis Vadillo. 
© Jan. 5, 1933 ; E for. 28303 ; South- 
ern music pub. co., inc. 4080 

Radio (The) march; anthem, w and m 
Harold Holmes. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1933 ; E unp. 67558 ; Harold Holmes 
music publications. 4081 

— — w and in Harold Holmes: with 
ukulele arr. © Feb. 17, 1933; E 
pub. 34871; Harold Holmes music 
publications. 4082 

Rainbow (A) from out of the sky; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933; 
E unp. 67626 ; Edward Askins. 4083 

Rainbow town; fox-trot song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 1, 1933; E unp. 67352; Verna 
Kretschmer. 4084 

Rainier (The) rhapsody; by R. L. 
Siddons ; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68092; Sydney L. Rothery. 

4085 

Rajah (The) of Peru, sez who? — sez 
me, — sez you; w and m Maurice 
Beresford and Dave Silver; with 
ukulele arr. © Jan. 28, 1933 ; E for. 
28315; J. Liber. 4086 

Rambling roses; waltz, George G. 
Greene ; pf. © Jan. 13, 1933 ; E pub. 
34732 ; Boston music co. 4087 

Rantin', rovin' Robin' ; Scotch folk- 
song, w Robert Burns, m William J. 
Samsel ; mixed cho. © Jan. 13, 1933 ; 
E pub. 34726; Boston music co. 
[Copyright is claimed on original 
arrangement and harmonization for 
mixed voices] 4088 

Raskolnikoff ; ouvertiire-phantasie, E. 
N. v. Reznicek ; grosses orch. Par- 
titur. © Sept. 1, 1932 ; E for. 28307 : 
Edition Adler, G. m. b. H. 4089 



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Rasputin, that highfalutin lovin' man ; 
w Allie Wrubel, m J. Russel Robin- 
son. © Jan. 30, 1933 ; E pub. 34605 ; 
Goodman music co., inc. 4090 

Rattenf anger (Der) von Hameln; 
marchenspiel. text nach einer dich- 
tung v. Helene Scheu-Riesz, English 
iibersetzung, Sylvia Spencer-Welch, 
m Karl Weigl, op. 24, bearb. Rudolf 
Stephan Hoffmann, klavierauszug 
Erich Simon. © Oct. 19. 1932; D 
28390 ; Universal edition a. g. 4090* 

Reach for a lucky star ; w Geo. Marion, 
jr., m Richard A. Whiting. © 1 c. 
Feb. 9, 1933; E unp. 67476; Movie- 
tone music corp. 4091 

Re-enter the White House door; w B. 
M. Turnbull. m Mrs. M. B. Turnbull. 
© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1933; E unp. 67705: 
Fredericks Turnbull. 4092 

Refuge; song, w Lew Sarett. © 1 c. 
Feb. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 67877 : Floren- 
tine Heimlich. 4093 

Reizend ; foxtrot, aus Hochste eisen- 
bahn. text u. m Friedrich Hol- 
laender. © Oct. 6, 1932; E for. 
28191 ; Alrobi musikverlag. G. m. 
b. H. 4094 

Reizendes cousinchen ; tango, aus Die 
cousine aus Warschau, w Artur Reb- 
ner u. Stein, m Artur Guttmann u. 
Hans I. Salter. © Mar. 17, 1931; 
E for. 28235 ; Wiener boheme-verlag, 
Otto Hein. 4095 

Rejoice ye pure in heart ; introduction, 
variations and finale on tune Marion, 
Roland Diggle ; organ. © Feb. 3, 
1933 : E pub. 34659 ; Gamble hinged 
music co. 4096 

Remember Christ of Calvary ; duet, 
w and m Clair Flint. © Dec. 31, 
1932: E pub. 34445; Harry D. 
Clarke. 4097 

Remember you're to blame; waltz 
song, melody Jimmie Crane. © 
1 c. Feb. 17, 1933; E unp. 68096; 
Bud Carson. 4098 

Remembrance; waltz ballad. © Feb. 
1. 1933 ; E pub. 34630 : Henry Gerard 
Rainville. 4099 

Requiem ; pt.-song. w R. Louis Steven- 
son, m Arthur Collingwood ; men's 
cho. © July 10. 1928 ; E for. 28373 : 
Paterson's publications, ltd. 4100 

Reveille : w Michael O'Connor : men's 
cho. © Feb. 14, 1933 ; E pub. 34974 : 
Persis Heaton Trimble. 4101 



Rhumba Etta : my rhumba girl, w 
and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 1. 1933: 
E unp. 67139; William A. Wanser. 

4102 

Rickety shack ; w and melodv. © 1 c. 
Feb. 9, 1933; E unp. 67459; Murrel 
R. Klinger and Michael Slowitzkv. 

4103 

Ride 'em cowbody ; operetta, bk. and 
lyrics B. H. McNeil, m Mae Wheeler 
Nightingale. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1933 ; 
D 28378; Mae Nightingale and 
Beatrice Humiston McNeil. 4103* 

Ride (A) to town ; unison, w Margaret 
G. Rhodes, m George Rathbone. © 
Feb. 17, 1933 ; E for. 28475 ; Novello 
& co., ltd. 4104 

Ring out, wild bells ; hymn, set to 
hymn tune Hogmanay, w Alfred 
Tennyson, m Stephen H. Wood, with 
alternative ace. for unison verses. 
Basil Harwood. © Jan. 31, 1933: 
E for. 28175; Novello & co., ltd. 

4105 

River of romance ; w L. I. Thomas, m 
L. M. L. Thomas: pf. © 1 c. Feb. 
21, 1933 ; E unp. 67915 ; Loua M. L. 
Thomas and L. Iola Thomas. 4106 

Robin (The) ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1933 ; E unp. 68010 : Florence Adele 
Pond. 4107 

Rock-a-bye lullabye ; song, m Monk 
and Sam : with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Feb. 27, 1933: E unp. 68119: Chas. 
T. Ferguson, Chas. Hansen, jr. and 
Sam L. Johnson. 410S 

Rocky Mountain moon ; song, m Max 
E. Hasenbein. © Feb. 4. 1933; E 
pub. 34767: Merlin E. Hiaring. 

4109 

Roll on. mail blues ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 13. 1933 ; E unp. 67625 : 
Edward Askins. 4110 

Roll up the carpet, push back the 
chairs; w Raymond Klages, m Al. 
Hoffman and Al. Goodhart : with 
ukulele arr. © Feb. 1, 1933 : E pub. 
34629; Remick music corp. 4111 

Roll your bones: w and m Sidney D. 
Mitchell and Harry Akst. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31. 1933 ; E unp. 67129 ; Movie- 
tone music corp. 4112 

Rolling (The) English road; w G. K. 
Chesterton, m Victor Hely Hutchin- 
son. © Jan. 31, 1933 ; E for. 28272 : 
Elkin & co.. ltd. 4113 



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4140 



Romancing with baby by the light of 
the moon ; w and melody Phil Bax- 
ter. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1933; E unp. 
67821; Leo Feist, inc. 4114 

Romantic ; w Val Burton and Will 
Jason, L. B. DeFrancesco. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1933 ; E unp. 67131 ; Movie- 
tone music corp. 4115 

Romantic (A) episode; composed and 
arr. Peter Brunelli; pf. conductor. 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1933; E unp. 67469; 
Movietone music corp. 4116 

Roosevelt (The) march; pf. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31. 1933 ; E unp. 67162 ; Angelo 
Lorenzo Cappelli. 4117 

Roosevelt's the man; fox trot song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 67337 ; 
Minnie Edmondson. 4118 

Rosa ; Argentine tango, w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 68109 ; 
William Gregory. 4119 

Rose of my garden; w and m Harry 
Crum and Bill Bird. © Feb. 4, 
1933; E pub. 34686; Alpha music. 

4120 

Rosenthal (Archy) Three Irish 
pastels ; pf . © Feb. 20, 1933 ; E for. 
28476; Keith, Prowse & co., ltd. 

4121 

Roses of Junetime ; service, w Char- 
lotte Irene Ford [and others], m 
Forrest G. Walter [and others] 
© Jan. 23, 1933 ; E pub. 34599 ; 
Tullar-Meredith co. 4122 

Rosetta ; melody. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67231 ; Earl Hines. 4123 

Rosiera (La) ; atto 3, Vittorio 
Gnecchi; orch. Sc. 1. Ooro ; sop. e 
contralti e sop. solo. — 2. Preludio. 
© Jan. 10, 1933 ; E for. 28320, 28321 ; 
Edition Adler, G. m. b. H. 

4124, 4125 

Round and round ; waltz, Marie Seuel- 
Holst, op. 27, no. 1; pf., 6 hands. 
© Feb. 17, 1933; E pub. 34850; 
Schroeder & Gunther, inc. 4126 

Round the world; songs of many na- 
tions, arr. John Michael Diack. pf., 
with w. © Dec. 24, 1932; E for. 
28374 ; Paterson's publications, ltd. 

4127 

Rubinstein (Anton Gregorovitch) The 
dew is soft ; tr. and arr. Nicholas 
Douty; 3-pt. women's voices. © 
Jan. 27, 1933; E pub. 34600; Theo- 
dore Presser co. 4128 



Rummelsburg (Die) ; lyrisch roman- 
tische oper, frei nach dem Musaus 
marchen Stumme liebe. © 1 c. Jan. 
27, 1933; D 28389; Carl Englert. 

4128* 

Russian dance ; arr. Charles Dennee. 
op. 16, no. 1; 2 pfs., 4 hands. © 
Feb. 6, 1933 ; E pub. 34811 ; Arthur 
P. Schmidt co. 4129 

arr. Gladys Cumberland ; percus- 
sion band with violin ad lib. ; pts., 
with pf. -conductor sc, child-con- 
ductor's sc. and pf. duet. © Jan. 
17, 1933; E for. 28181; Warren & 
Phillips. 4130 

Russian introduction; comp. and arr. 
Emil Gerstenberger ; pf .-conductor. 
© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 67654 ; 
Movietone music corp. 4131 

Rustic lilt ; from Country gardens, old 
dance tune, arr. Walter Rolfe ; pf. 
© Feb. 15, 1933; E pub. 34933; 
Evans music co. 4132 

Sad (The) song; w and m Bob Miller; 
with ukulele arr. © Dec. 30, 1932; 
E pub. 34781; Irving Berlin stand- 
ard music corp. 4133 

Sain a border Oder nit ; w A. Bardi- 
chevsky, melody J. Jaffe. © 1 c. 
Feb. 7, 1933; E unp. 67380; Julius 
Jaffe and Abram Bardichevsky. 

4134 

Salmans simplified method of piano 
playing. © Jan. 14, 1933; AA 
116201 ; Cora Salmans Hatfield. 

4135 

Samberg's (Benny) fifth medley of 
original songs; in 10 pts., w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1933; E 
unp. 67799; Benjamin Samberg. 

4136 

Sangamon river, I'm dreaming of you ; 
w Edward A. Nitram, m Thelma L. 
Deer. © Feb. 4, 1933 ; E pub. 34769 ; 
Sangamon sales service. 4137 

Santa Fe ; w Frederick H. Martens, 
m James P. Dunn; sop., alto and 
bar. © Feb. 15, 1933 ; E pub. 34936 ; 
J. Fischer & bro. 4138 

Santa Lucia ; Italian folk song, arr. 
for Hawaiian guit. solo and arr., pf. 
and ukulele, with extra symbols ; in 
D. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933; E unp. 
67323 ; Adolph Krupp. 4139 

Say it's not the last time ; w Howard 
Johnson, m Joseph Meyer ; with uku- 
lele arr. © Feb. 3, 1933; E pub. 
34642; Olman music corp. 4140 



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Say you'll be mine; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 6, 1933; E unp. 67301; 
Deloros Marie Warner. 4141 

Scarlet and grey; composer anon; 1st 
B flat cornet. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933 ; E 
unp. 67187 ; Glenwood high school. 

4142 

Seena delle coefore ; di Vittorio Gnec- 
chi; orch. with mixed voices. Sc. 
© Jan. 10, 1933 ; E for. 28322 ; Edi- 
tion Adler, G. m. b. H. 4143 

Scherzo in D major ; orch. Conduc- 
tor's sc. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; E 
unp. 68055 ; Edna Fuller Day. 4144 

Sen one (Die) Galathee ; drei schlager 
aus der oper, gesangstexte Fritz 
Rotter u. Kurt Robitschek, m Franz 
von Suppe, musikalische neubearb. 
von Wilhelm Grosz, klavier arr. 
Walter Borchert. © Sept. 20, 1932 ; 
E for. 28504 ; Wiener boheme-verlag, 
G. m. b. H. 4145 

oper, Kurt Robitschek, Max Han- 
sen u. Paul Morgan, gesangstexte 
Fritz Rotter u. K. Robitschek, m 
Franz von Suppe, musikalische neu- 
bearb. Wilhelm Grosz. Klavier-aus- 
zug mit text. © Jan. 6, 1933 ; E for. 
28505 ; Wiener boheme-verlag, G. m. 
b. H. 4146 

Schubert (Franz Peter) The Lord is 
my shepherd ; Psalm 23, m arr. John 
Stainer. ed. William Arms Fisher; 
mixed cho. ; organ ace. © Jan. 26, 
1933: E pub. 34703; Oliver Ditson 
co, inc. 4147 

Schumann (Robert Alexander) Du 
bist wie eine blume; op. 25,. no. 24, 
Heinrich Heine, ed. Carl Deis ; high 
voice; in A flat. © Jan. 28, 1933; 
E pub. 34719 ; G. Schirmer, inc. 

4148 

The happy farmer returning from 

work ; op. 68, no. 10, special student's 
ed.. John M. Williams; pf. © Jan. 
13, 1933; E pub. 34733; Boston 
music co. 4149 

Scenes from childhood ; tran- 
scribed James R. Gillette; flute, 
oboe, B flat clarinet and bassoon. 
Sc. and pts. © Feb. 3. 1933 ; E pub. 
34621; M. Witmark & sens. 4150 

Schwarze (Der) husar ; schlager, text 
Friedrich Gunther, m Eduard Kun- 
neke. © Oct. 12, 1932 ; E for. 28216 ; 
Ufaton-verlags, G. m. b. H. 4151 



Schwule (Eine) sommernacht und 
eine frau wie du; tango, w Fritz 
Rotter, m Robert Stolz, op. 587. © 
June 3, 1931 ; E for. 28231 ; Wiener 
boheme verlag, Otto Hein. 4152 

Scottish romance; pf. © 1 c. Apr. 

10, 1933; E unp. 69917; Basil Wil- 
liamson and Thelma Clement. 4153 

Scraps from a rag bag; song, m Ken- 
neth Charles Rinard. © 1 c. Feb. 
24, 1933; E unp. 68047; Hal Bruese 
Shipley. 4154 

Se t'aje da 'nzora ; madrigale napole- 
tano, parole popolari antiche r m 
Renato Parodi; 4 voci maschili, con 
solo di tenore, a cappella. Partitura. 
© Feb. 3, 1933; E for. 28440; G. 
Ricordi & co. 4155 

Sea (The) Gypsy; w Richard Hovey. 
m and arr. Geoffrey O'Hara ; cho. or 
quartet for male voices. © Jan. 30, 
1933; E pub. 34617; Harms, inc. 

4156 

Searching; fox-trot song. © 1 c. Feb. 
7. 1933 ; E unp. 67718 ; James Grieve, 
jr. 4157 

Searching the desert for the blues ; w 
and melody Willie McTell. © 1 c. 
Jan. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 67424 ; South- 
ern music pub. co., inc. 415S 

Second recueil de mazurkas ; par Alex- 
andre Tansman; pf. © Dec. 20. 
1932: E for. 28520; Editions Max 
Eschig. 4159 

Seeds of love; song. © 1 c. Feb. 

11, 1933; E unp. 67515; Evelyne 
Conway. 4160 

Selfish (The) mother; w and melody 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 67984 ; 
Salvatore Bono. 4161 

Sell it ; w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1933; E unp. 67416; William H. 
House. 4162 

Sell them beer ; w J. C. Jordan, m arr. 
B. B. McKinney; mixed voices. © 
Jan. 30, 1933 ; E pub. 34589 ; Robert 
H. Coleman. 4163 

Seminarian (The) (CeMHHapHCTt) ; 
w and m Modest Moussorgsky, tr. 
and arr. Harvey Enders ; male 
voices. © Feb. 16, 1933; E pub. 
34879; Galaxy music corp. 4164 

Send me away; fox-trot, w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933; E unp. 
68149: Wendell A. Collins. 4165 



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Senior days: w Emma Kinner, and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933 ; E imp. 
67220; Wilma Boshart. 4166 

Senor la bullthrower ; musical comedy, 
m Paul Smith, ©lc. Feb. 20, 1933 ; 
D 28392; Frederick Friendly Har- 
ris. 4166* 

Sentimental lady; fox-trot, w and m 
Norman V. Holland; with ukulele 
arr. © Jan. 10, 1933 ; E for. 28299 ; 
Cecil Lennox, ltd. 4167 

Sentimental me; song. © 1 c. Feb. 
28, 1933; E unp. 68147; Norman 
Carlos' Crane. 4168 

Serenade badine; by Gabriel-Marie, 
transcribed Ralph Collicchio; ten. 
banjo, with pf. ace. © Feb. 17, 
1933 ; E pub. 34777 ; A B C standard 
music publications, inc. 4169 

Serenade me; fox trot, w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 67983 ; 
Evelyn Panikoff. 4170 

Serenata alia luna; slow-fox, dal film 
Tre uomini in frak, versi Michele 
Galdieri, m Umberto Mancini; pf. 
© Dec. 30, 1932 ; E for. 28207 ; Edi- 
zioni musicali Caesar film. 4171 

Shadow Mountain; by R. Deane 
Shure; organ. © Feb, 7, 1933; 
E pub. 34814 ; J. Fischer & bro. 

4172 

Shaggedy hair, taggedy clothes, she's a 
sunbeam on ten little toes ; song, m 
P. O. Stephens and Marion Dickson 
Stephens. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1933: 
E unp. 67796; Pauline Ozier Steph- 
ens. 4173 

Shake yo' feet; w Bob Harthun and 
Fred F. Furtsch, melody Bob Keith. 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1933 ; E unp. 67896 ; 
Robert David Keith. 4174 

Shanty town; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 67957 ; Thomas 
Seabury. 4175 

She comes to meet me ; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 5, 1933; E unp. 67302; Hubert 
Mervyn Tylston Hodgson. 4176 

She has never forgotten you ; song, 
w James Courtney Challiso. © 1 c. 
Dec. 21, 1932; E unp. 65409; Eva 
Marie Mouton. 4177 

She's the best pal on earth after all; 
w and m J. M. Pettit and P. E. Gor- 
mach. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 
67741; Geo. A. Wellington. 4178 

She's the big chief's only child ; Indian 
fox trot song. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67338 ; I. A. Packer. 4179 



Sheila bawn ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1933; E unp. 67662; Michael Der- 
mott Fagan. 4180 

Shepherd (A), a dreamer; w Z. Wein- 
per [and] A prayer; w Mani Leib: 
songs arr. Alex. Olshanetsky. © 
Feb. 20, 1933; E pub. 34965; Jacob 
Rapaport. 4181 

Ship (The) of Rio; w Walter de la 
Mare, m C. Armstrong Gibbs. Win- 
throp Rogers ed. © Feb. 3, 1933; 
E for. 28349; Boosey & CO., ltd. 

4182 

Short (A) setting of the communion 
service ; by Vernon de Tar ; mixed 
voices, a cappella ; in A min. © 
Jan. 31, 1933 ; E pub. 34610 ; Galaxy 
music corp. 4183 

Short'nin' bread ; w ed. Clement Wood, 
m adapted and arr. Jacques Wolfe, 
adapted for quartet or 4-pt. mixed 
cho. Wallingford Riegger. © Feb. 
8, 1933 ; E pub. 34759 ; Harold Flam- 
mer, inc. 4184 

Shoulder to shoulder with Uncle Sam, 
buy American ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 
11, 1933; E unp. 67518; Clotilde 
Georgiana Morey. 4185 

Shredded wheat skirts; by C. S. Cop- 
ping; pf. -conductor. © 1 c. Feb. 
13, 1933; E unp. 67638; Movietone 
music corp. 4186 

Shufflin' shoes ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1933; E unp. 67611; Charles Ed- 
ward Smith. 4187 

Sick in bed; song. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 
1933; E unp. 67366; Michael Rech- 
ler. 4188 

Sidewalk (The) waltz; w Joe Young, 
m J. Fred Coots: with ukulele arr. 
© Feb. 17, 1933; E pub. 34874; 
Irving Berlin, inc. 4189 

Sierra ; rumba espanola, su versi Huer- 
ta Guere, versione ritmica Abro Cal- 
vita, m Leon Goy; pf.-conduttore. 
© Jan. 25, 1933 ; E for. 28290 ; Gaet- 
ano Spagnolo. 4190 

Silence me; w Tom Springer, melody 
Louis Drakeford. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 
1933; E unp. 68154; Lewis Henry 
Drakeford and Thomas Grant 
Springer. 4191 

Silver moon waltz ; by Pietro Frosini ; 
pf. accordion. © Jan. 5, 1933; E 
pub. 34925 : Alfred music co., inc. 

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Silv'ry mountain moon ; w and m 
John Mohan and W. Lewis, arr. 
John Bach ; with ukulele arr. © 
Dec. 28, 1932; E pub. 34792; Will 
Lewis. 4193 

Simpatica : song, m Salvatore Scalora. 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 68107 ; 
Rosario DiNardo. 4194 

Since you stopped loving me; waltz, 
w Jelda Jasper, melody Ray Hibbeler. 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933; E unp. 67224; 
Martha E. Keck. 4195 

Sing me to sleep, little mother ; song, 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1933 ; E unp. 67684 ; 
Morris Olson and Henry Russell 
Olson. 4196 

Sing to me mother; valse song. © 1 
c. Feb. 1, 1933 ; E unp. 67353 ; Lach- 
lan Souter. 4197 

Sing to my heart ; w Edward Lockton, 
m composed and adapted H. Elliott 
Smith; in F. © Jan. 27, 1933; E 
for. 28515 ; Gary & co. 4198 

Sing we and chant it; ballet, Thomas 
Morley, arr. for men's voices, un- 
acc. © Feb. 16, 1933 ; E pub. 34866 ; 
Mondel Ely Butterfield. [Copyright 
is claimed on 4-pt. arrangement of 
the ballet] 4199 

Sitting in the park with you; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933; E 
unp. 67826; William Gregory. 4200 

Sivigliana ; vers! Goffredo Pesci, m 
Pietro Cimara. © Dec. 27, 1932 ; E 
for. 28288 ; A. Forlivesi & c. 4201 

Sleep, my darling sleep ; w Jack Law- 
rence, and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1933 ; E unp. 67870 ; Arthur Altman. 

4202 

Sleepy melody ; by Stan Mason ; pf . 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933; E unp. 67216; 
Stanley Carlson Mason. 4203 

Slender (A) crane at evening stood; 
song, w Benjamin F. Musser. © 1 
c. Feb. 20, 1933; E unp. 67839; 
James Neill Northe. 4204 

Slovakische lieder ; m Hans F. Red- 
lich, op. 10 ; bar. u. fiinf kammerin- 
strumente. Partitur zngleich klavier- 
auszug. © Sept. 9, 1932; E for. 
28393; Ed. Bote & G. Bock. 4205 

Smile (A) ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 21, 1933 ; E unp. 67890 ; Henry 
E. McNeil. 4206 

Smile; song, melody James L. Brown. 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933: E unp. 67247; 
Jeanette Conyers. 4207 



Smiling Jimmie ; song, © 1 c. Feb. 
24, 1933; E unp. 68129; Marye H. 
Goddard. 4208 

Snow flakes, large and small, con- 
tinually fall ! come on ! let's have 
some fun ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 
1933; E unp. 67764; Eva Delia 
White Wakelee. 4209 

Snowy kitten ; w and m Myra Adler ; 
pf . © Jan. 13, 1933 ; E pub. 34729 ; 
Boston music co. 4210 

So buy American now ; w and mel- 
ody, arr. Dubois Hasbruch Cornish. 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933; E unp. 67219: 
Paul Edmond Hubbell. 4211 

So disillusioned ; w and melody. © 1 
c. Feb. 4, 1933 ; E unp. 67923 ; Jean 
F. Ortet. 4212 

So' guaglione ; versi e melodia. © 1 c. 
Feb. 18, 1933; E unp. 67793; Gen- 
naro Amato. 4213 

So I'll come back for more; song. © 
1 c. Jan. 21, 1933; E unp. 67322; 
J. Roger Fleagle. 4214 

So long; w and melody Cliff Quimby. 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933; E unp. 67195; 
Clifford Eugene Quimby. 4215 

So sudden, you were gone ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933; E unp. 
67531 ; William J. Hosbach, jr. 4216 

Soaring; song, w Marie Bailey Struss. 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 67317 ; 
Katherine A. Bailey. 4217 

Soft the music ; w and m Lily Strick- 
land ; mixed voices. © Jan. 13, 
1933; E pub. 34738; Willis music 
co. 4218 

Soldat (Der) ist treu ; soldatenlied, 
aus Drei tage mittelarrest, w 
Charles Amberg, m Artur Guttmann 
u. Nico Dostal. © Oct. 28, 1930; 
E for. 28236; Wiener boheme-ver- 
lag, Otto Hein. 4219 

Soldiers marching ; by N. Louise 
Wright, arr. Preston Ware Orem ; 
pf., 6 hands. © Feb. 6, 1933; E 
pub. 34757 ; Clayton F. Suminy co. 

4220 

Some day : w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1933 ; E unp. 68065 ; Michael 
Rechler. 4221 

Somebody cares; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E unp. 67929; 
Lawrence Earle Stevick. 4222 

Somebody else is living my life ; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 9. 1933; 
E unp. 67448; Milton Klein. 4223 



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4251 



Someone, somewhere; song, arr. Irwin 
Janata. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1933 ; E unp. 
67172; Joseph Francis Jaros. 4224 

Someone who'll love me too; fox-trot 
song. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1933; E unp. 
67354 ; Rosalind Block. 4225 

Somervell (Arthur) Concerto; in G 
min. ; violin and full orch. Sc. © 
Feb. 7, 1933; E for. 28347; Boosey 
& co„ ltd. 4226 

Something in my heart ; song, w Nath- 
alie Nafziger, arr. Dick Crofton ; 
pf. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933; E unp. 
67230; Lloyd Ringler. 4227 

Sometimes I wonder ; song, m James 
L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Feb. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 67601 ; Ethel 
Kounias. 4228 

Somewhere ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 21, 1933; E unp. 67898; An- 
thony Youngsworth. 4229 

Somewhere on Rio Bay; w Jimmy 
Kennedy, m Edward O'Henry ; with 
ukulele arr. R. S. Stoddon. © Jan. 
31, 1933 ; E for. 28277 ; B. Feldman 
& co. 4230 

Sonatine ; von Max Trapp, op. 25 ; 
klavier. © Dec. 20, 1932; E for. 
28293 ; F. E. C. Leuckart. 4231 

Song of depression ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 4, 1933 ; E unp. 67265 ; Fred 
Lee. 4232 

Song of life ; song, melody Louise 
Herrold. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; E 
unp. 68059 ; Nettie K. Hurlburt. 

4233 

Song (The) of my heart to you; song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 67560 ; 
Liegh B. Freed. 4234 

Song (A) of old Vermont; song, w 
Carolyn W. Pender ; pf . © Jan. 31, 
1933; E pub. 34604; Francis W. 
Lawrence. 4235 

Song of praise ; song, melody Louise 
Herrold. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; E 
unp. 68056 ; Nettie K. Hurlburt. 

4236 

Song of the night ; w H. D. Kerr, mel- 
ody Walter Harkley and H. A. 
Hummel. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1933; E 
unp. 67294 ; Harry D. Kerr, Walter 
J. Zamecnick and Herman A. Hum- 
mel. 4237 

Song (The) that never dies ; w B. 
Miller and Carl Field, and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1933 ; E unp. 67309 ; 
Bob Miller. 4238 



Songs for children ; song, w Christina 
G. Rossetti. © Feb. 17, 1933; E 
pub. 34881 ; Julia Klumpkey. 4239 

Songs of Erin ; mixed voices. © Dec. 
31, 1932; E pub. 34893; M. O'Fla- 
herty. 4240 

Soul of my dreams; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 67746 ; 
Ruth Markley Buchanan. 4241 

Southern (A) day; w and m Lily 
Strickland ; 4-pt. mixed cho. © Feb. 

8, 1933 ; E pub. 34764 ; G. Schirmer, 
inc. 4242 

Spaghetti tangle; by Pietro Frosini; 
pf. accordion. © Jan. 5, 1933; E 
pub. 34924 ; Alfred music co., inc. 

4243 

Spinnstube ; ungarisches lebensbild aus 
Siebengurgen, klavierauszug mit 
text Zoltan Kodaly, deutscher text 
Benedikt Szabolcsi. © Feb. 3, 1933 ; 
D 28399 ; Universal edition, a. g. 

4243* 

Sirirt ixov yavKo ; Greek w, tr. and para- 
phrase, George Buyukas, English, 
John Howard Payne, m Henry R. 
Bishop, arr. Sp. Becatoros. © Feb. 
14, 1933; E pub. 34844; Apollo mu- 
sic co. 4244 

Spring; song, w Harriet Wratten. © 
1 c. Feb. 20, 1933; E unp. 67874; 
Florentine Heimlich. 4245 

Spring equinox; pt. song, w Romanie 
van Depoele, m Jean V. Dethier ; 
mixed voices. © Feb. 11, 1933; E 
pub. 34980 ; C. C. Birchard & co. 

4246 

Spring fever ; w and melody Abner Sil- 
ver and Allie Wrubel. © 1 c. Feb. 

9, 1933; E unp. 67455; Irving Ber- 
lin, inc. 4247 

Spring's in the air ; pf. treble with w. 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 67884 ; 
Jessie Richardson Geren. 4248 

Spring waltz; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1933; E unp. 68019; Lars Harry 
Wester. 4249 

Sprinkle me with kisses ; w Bob Irwin, 
melody David E. Peyton. © 1 c. 
Feb. 21, 1933 ; E unp. 67906 ; Robert 
R. Irwin. 4250 

Stay on the right side of the road;<w 
Ted Koehler, m Rube Bloom ; with 
ukulele arr. May Singhi Breen. © 
Feb. 14, 1933 ; E pub. 34842 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer Corp. 4251 



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Still I'm singing songs of love; w 
Fritz Miller, m Art Cox; pf. treble. 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 67193 ; 
James Frederick Miller. 4252 

Still in my dreams ; w and melody- 
Jack Woods and Jack Mansfield. © 
1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; E unp. 68167; 
Leonard G. Healy. 4253 

Stop! thief; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 10, 1933; E unp. 67457; Wil- 
liam J. Steed. 4254 

Stormy (The) West; by P. Brunelli ; 
pf .-conductor. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67642; Movietone music 
corp. 4255 

Xtovs 5ikovs Hoi); w and m Stephen C. 
Foster, Greek w, tr. and paraphrase, 
George Buyukas, m arr. Julius S. 
Seredy ; with male quartet arr. © 
Feb. 14, 1933; E pub. 34845; Apollo 
music co. 4256 

Strauss (Julia Elizabeth) Prelude; 
pf. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933; E unp. 
67756; Julia Elizabeth Strauss. 

4257 

Streichquartett ; nr. 2, von Gerhart 
von Westerman, op. 8 ; in C moll. 
Partitur. © Nov. 2, 1932; E for. 
28304 ; Edition Adler, G. m. b. H. 

4258 

Strich durch die rechnung ; schlager, 
texte Robert Gilbert, m Hans-Otto 
Borgmann. © Oct. 25, 1932 ; E for. 
28213 ; Ufaton-verlags, G. m. b. H. 

4259 

Strofette vagabonde; w and m Carla 
Adgate, Don Flamingo and G. De 
Laurentis; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1933; E unp. 67482; Flaminio Pig- 
noloni. 4260 

Strolling 'mongst the lilies of the val- 
ley; song, w Charles F. Lyon. © 
1 c. Feb. 7, 1933; E unp. 67360; 
E. Karl Liebegott. 4261 

Studentenprinz (Der) ; singspiel, Dor- 
othy Donnelly, ubertragung Rudolph 
Schanzer u. Ernst Welisch, m Sig- 
mund Romberg, mit einlagen 
Michael Krausz, klavier-auszug zum 
dirigieren eingerichtet Hans Kainz. 
© Dec. 8, 1932; E for. 28200; 
Charivari musikverlag, G. m. b. H. 

4262 

Sueno ; bolero, w and melody. © 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1933; E unp. 67161; Louis 
Conception. 4263 



Suite de Karagueuz ; par Marcel Miha- 
lovici, op. 23a; orch. de chambre. 
Partition. © Dec. 29, 1932; E for. 
28523; Editions Max Eschig. 4264 

Sulla cuna ; berceuse, Pietro Floridia, 
arr. Arturo De Cecco ; piccola orch. 
parti. © Jan. 10, 1933; E for. 
28437; G. Ricordi & co. 4265 

Sumerky; by Peter Brunelli; pf. -con- 
ductor. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 
67639 ; Movietone music corp. 4266 

Summertime girl; pf. with w. © 1 c. 
Feb. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 67557 ; George 
William Youngling. 4267 

Sun (The) is out ; by Allene K. Bixby ; 
pf. © Jan. 13, 1933 ; E pub. 34735 ; 
Boston music co. 4268 

Sun, moon and stars; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 10, 1933 ; E unp. 67486 ; Louise 
Clark. 4269 

Sun's (The) sinking low; pf. with w. 
© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 67561 ; 
Leo J. Monaghan, jr. and Julius 
Solomon. 4270 

Sun (The) will shine to-morrow; 
song, w anon. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68189 ; Alice J. Condon. 4271 

Sunken (The) garden; w Walter de 
la Mare, m C. Armstrong Gibbs ; 
sop., mezzo-sop. and contralto. 
Winthrop Rogers ed. © Jan. 20, 
1933; E for. 28249; Boosey & co., 
ltd. 4272 

Sunset; w Paul S. Nickerson, m Carl 
F. Mueller ; 4-pt. mixed cho. © Jan. 
24, 1933 ; E pub. 34716 ; G. Schirmer 
inc. 4273 

Sunshine; rondo, op. 6; pf. © 1 c. 
Feb. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 68072 ; Emma 
Schwarze. 4274 

Sunshine Sal ; fox trot, w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 67867 ; 
Walter Louis Engel. 4275 

Sur le lac ; de Hedwige Chretien ; vio- 
lon et pf., violoncelle et harpe ou 
pf., saxophone alto mi bemol. © 
Dec. 1, 1932; E for. 28338; Louis 
Jacquot et fils. 4276 

Sure, why not ; w E. M. Watt, m M. M. 
Eidt. © 1 c. Feb. 10. 1933; E unp. 
67481: Erne M. Watt and Matilda 
M. Eidt. 4277 

Suvla Bay; march, W. Heinicke; mili- 
tary band pts. © Jan. 3, 1933; E 
tor. 28253: Hawkes & son (London) 
ltd. 4278 



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no. 2, 1933 



4300 



♦Swamp man ; song', w Arnold S. Moe. 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1933 ; E imp. 67810 ; 
Ramon Victor Sugrue. 4279 

Swedish dance: arr. Gladys Cumber- 
land; percussion band with violin 
ad lib. ]>ts.. with pi", conductor sc, 
child-conductor's sc. and pf. duet. 
© Jan. 17. 1933; E for. 28182; 
Warren & Phillips. 4280 

Swedish Italian mazurka ; by Pietro 
Frosini; pf. accordion. © Jan. 5, 
1933; E pub. 34923; Alfred music 
co., inc. 4281 

Sweet Anjole ; waltz song, m E. J. 
Sullivan and Michael Paul Manga- 
nell. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1933; E unp. 
67667 ; Edward Joseph Sullivan. 

4282 

Sweet Betty ; w and melody Sammy 
Lerner and Sammy Timberg. © 
1 c. Feb. 15, 1933; E unp. 67752; 
Famous music corp. 4283 

Sweet Hawaiian melody; waltz lul- 
laby, song. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933 ; E 
unp. 68196; Robert L. Tumey, jr. 

4284 

Sweet Janet Lydell ; fox trot song. © 
1 c. Jan. 30, 1933; E unp. 67344; 
S. B. Wilkerson. 4285 

Sweet Marianna; song, arr. Burrell 
Van Buren. © 1 c. Dec. 21, 1932; 
E unp. 67320; Richard Charnock. 

4286 

Sweet song of long ago ; w and m 
Ernest Charles ; high voice. © Jan. 
24, 1933 ; E pub. 34717 ; G. Schirmer, 

inc. 4287 

Sweetheart; fox-trot song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 1, 1933; E unp. 67355; Agnes 
Ingram. 4288 

w Spencer Magruder, m Samuel 

Richards Gaines ; men's voices. © 
Jan. 30, 1933; E pub. 34702; Oliver 
Ditson co., inc. 4289 

Sweetheart I adore you ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1933; E unp. 
67180 ; Isabelle Horan Lebling. 4290 

Sweetheart lane ; w and melody B. 
Miller, Al Opler and Adam Carroll. 
© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1933; E unp. 67310; 
Bob Miller. 4291 

Sweetheart, my beloved ; w Romeo 
Blanchette, m George R. Beaudet. 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 67918 ; 
Romeo J. A. F. Blanchette. 4292 

Sweetheart night; song, m James L. 
Brown; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 



Feb. 23, 1933; E unp. 67995; A. J. 
Marano. 4293 

Sweetheart (The) of modern days; 
song, m James L. Brown ; with uku- 
lele arr. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933; E 
unp. 67598; Toney Cirincione. 4294 

Sweetheart (The) of Topolobompo ; 
w and m Val Burton and Will Ja- 
son. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933; E unp. 
67651 ; Movietone music corp. 4295 

Sweet-heart of yesterday ; song, m 
Leone Stout and E. I. Stout. © 1 
c. Feb. 28, 1983; E unp. 68148; Ed- 
mond I. Stout. 4296 

Sweetness ; melody. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 
1933; E unp. 67372; William N. 
Brownstein. 4297 

Swing along, old Russia ; song. © 1 
c. Feb. 21, 1933 ; E unp. 67914 ; John 
Kendall. 4298 

Swing and sing; pedal study, George 
G. Greene; pf. © Jan. 13, 1933; 
E pub. 34736; Boston music co. 

4299 

Swing low, sweet chariot; spiritual, 
arr. Arthur Warrell, tonic solfa tr. 
H. J. Timothy; bar. solo and mixed 
cho. © Feb. 8, 1933 ; E for. 28364 ; 
Stainer & Bell, ltd. 4300 

Sylvan scenes ; suite, Percy E. 
Fletcher, arr. W. J. Duthoit ; mili- 
tary band pts. © Feb. 3, 1933; E 
for. 28354; Hawkes & son (London) 
ltd. 4301 

T'was a balmy summer's evening; w 
and melody Cliff Friend, Herb Mag- 
idson and Sam H. Stept. © 1 c. Jan. 
21, 1933 ; E unp. 67190 ; Irving Ber- 
lin, inc. 4302 

Tag (Ein) ohne dich; tango, aus 8 
madels im boot, text Arthur Rebner 
u. Licco Stein, m Arthur Rebner. 
© Oct. 5, 1932 ; E for. 28199 ; Alrobi 
musikverlag, G. m. b. H. 4303 

Tail of Haley's [sic] comet ; melody 
Ivan Laam. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1933; 
E unp. 67432; Southern music pub. 
co., inc. 4304 

Take me away from the river ; w and 
m Kaye Parker ; with ukulele arr. 
R. S. Stoddon, and recitation. © 
Feb. 14, 1933 ; E for. 28478 ; B. Feld- 
man & co. 4305 

Take me back tae Scotland ; w Wm. 
Reynolds, arr. Ted Krause. © Jan. 
9, 1933; E for. 28325; William R. 
Stoba. 4306 



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4301 



pt. in. n. s., v. 28 



Take my love; song, m James L. 
Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Feb. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 67607 ; Henry 
Schumacher. 4307 

Tango Ad astra ; violin and pf . © 
Feb. 17, 1933; E pub. 34882; Julia 
Klumpkey. 4308 

Tango alia luna ; versi T. Masini, m 

Raffaele Stocchetti. © Dec. 1, 

1932; E for. 28295; S. a. Suvini- 

Zerboni. 4309 

Tango della gelosia ; English, Mar- 
jorie Harper, Italian, Peppino Men- 
des, m Vittorio Mascheroni, arr. J. 
Rosamond Johnson. © Feb. 23, 
1933; E pub. 34961; Edward B. 
Marks music Corp. 4310 

Tango um mitternacht ; operette Ste- 
fan Bekeffi u. Ladislaus Vadnai, 
deutsche bearb. u. gesangstexte Wil- 
helm Sterk, m Karl Komjati. Kla- 
vierauszug. © Sept. 30, 1932; D 
pub. 28364; Josef Weinberger u. 
Franz Bard & son. 4310* 

Tattle tales ; w Mark Henry and Bob 
Maxwell, m Raymond Walker ; pf . 
© Feb. 20, 1933; E pub. 34914; 
Breezy music pub. corp. 4311 

Tea leaves; by John Leipold and 
Ralph Rainger; [pf. conductor] © 
1 c. Feb. 4, 1933 ; E unp. 67465 ; Fa- 
mous music corp. 4312 

Tears (The) I shed for you; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E 
unp. 67955; Rudolph Strucel. 4313 

Tech-tech-tech-technocracy ; song, w F. 
Gardner Clough. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 
1933; E unp. 67759; Cesare Sodero. 

4314 

Technocracy; song. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1933: E unp. 67580; Ellen Arnott 
Bates. 4315 

m Alec Denham and D. 

Kohn. © Mar. 1, 1933; E pub. 
34986; David Kohn. 4316 

Tell ev'ryone ; w Desmond Carter, m 
H. M. Tennent ; with ukulele arr. 
© Dec. 24, 1932; E for. 28417; 
Chappell & co., ltd. 4317 

Tell me, O lovely moonbeam ; w and 
m Ted Kaye; with ukulele arr. © 
Dec. 28, 1932; E pub. 34786; Will 
Lewis. 4318 

Tell me, please ; fox-trot, w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933; E unp. 
67588; Clinton Woodman McGraw. 

4319 



Tell me that story again ; valse song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 1. 1933; E unp. 67356: 
Alfred Sevigny. 4320 

Tell me that you love me ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933; E unp. 
67749; Orville D. Denmon. 4321 

Tell my mother I'm in heaven ; w and 
melody Gene Arnold. © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1933; E unp. 67976; M. M. Cole 
pub. co. 4322 

Tell your father, tell your mother, that 
I'm good enough for you; fox-trot, 
w and m Leo Towers, Harry Leon 
and Horatio Nicholls ; with ukulele 
arr. © Jan. 21, 1933 ; E for. 28411 ; 
Lawrence Wright music co. 4323 

Tempo di sinfonia in Re beni611e ; di 
Vittorio Gnecchi ; orch. Sc. © Jan. 
10, 1933: E for. 28323: Edition 
Adler, G. m. b. H. 4324 

Tender thoughts ; by Peter Brunelli. 
arr. W. M. Spielter ; pf.-conductor. 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1933 ; E unp. 67473 : 
Movietone music corp. 4325 

That American style ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 67592 ; 
Frances Avery Baker. 4326 

That dear Hoosier mother of mine; 
song. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1933; E unp. 
67151 ; Warren H. McMurtrey. 4327 

That great American home; w and m 
Al Sherman. Al Lewis and Allie 
Wrubel ; with ukulele arr. © Jan. 
28, 1933; E pub. 34749; Donaldson. 
Douglas & Gumble, inc. 4328 

That little white cross on that little 
green hill ; w and melody Eugene 
West and Harry Edelheit. © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1933; E unp. 68402: Skid- 
more music co., inc. 4329 

That means you're falling in love; w 
and m Darl Mac Boyle and Lee 
David. © Feb. 13, 1933: E pub. 
34942 ; Joe Davis, inc. 4330 

That minstrel band; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933; E unp. 67263; 
James H. Jennings. 4331 

That one little sweetheart of mine; 
song. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1933; E unp. 
67477; William L. Siefert. 4332 

That's all I want to know: w Lydia 
Gore, m Ronald Thor. © 1 c. Feb. 
21. 1933; E unp. 67888: Waldo E. 
Fisher. 4333 

That's how I am without you ; w Gus 
Schilling, melody Mabel Laws 
Horsey. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1933 : E imp. 



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43*>2 



67441: Gus Schilling and Mabel 
Horsey. 4334 

That's how much I love you ; w Fedric 
Ford, melody Ed. E. Applegate. © 
1 c. Feb. 20, 1933; E unp. 67862; 
Pietro Colecchia. 4335 

That's why I trusted you ; w M. L. 
Greene, melody G. O. De'Jesus. © 
1 c. Feb. 10, 1933; E unp. 67488; 
Gladyce Garter De'Jesus and Mary 
Leah Greene. 4336 

That sweetheart, I love alone; song. 
© Jan. 15, 1933 ; E pub. 34641 ; Paul 
S. Baclit. 4337 

That vou'll be mine; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; E unp. 68184; 
James Anton Trecartin. 4338 

Theme from the largo, New world 
symphony; by Anton Dvorak, arr. 
Crosby Mollenhauer; 2 violins and 
pf . © Feb. 14, 1933 ; E pub. 34833 ; 
Hamilton S. Gordon, inc. 4339 

Theme (The) of my song; w and m 
Haldor Lillenas; pf. © Jan. 20, 
1933; E pub. 34832; Lillenas pub. 
co. 4340 

There'll be some changes made ; fox- 
trot, w Billy Higgins, m W. Benton 
Overstreet, arr. Jimmy Dale; orch. 
pts. © Feb. 14, 1933 ; E pub. 34809 ; 
Edward B. Marks music corp. 4341 

There's a home in my heart for -you ; 
valse song. © 1 c. Feb, 13, 1933; 
E unp. 67613 ; Corum M. Baucom. 

4342 

There's a house on a hill; w Billy 
Moll, m Joseph Meyer; with ukulele 
arr. © Feb. 8, 1933 ; E pub. 34753 ; 
Irving Berlin, inc. 4343 

There's a little stranger in the alley 
for Sally and me ; w and m Tommie 
Connor and Tommie Everett; with 
ukulele arr. R. S. Stoddon. © Jan. 
31, 1933: E for. 28404; B. Feldman 
& co. 4344 

There's a new day comin' ; w Joe 
Young, m Milton Ager ; with ukulele 
arr. © Feb. 10, 1933 ; E pub. 34774 ; 
Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, inc. 4345 

There's a new day of hope, comin' 
mighty soon; w and m Bob Miller 
and Jack Erickson. © Feb. 16, 
1933: E pub. 34861; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc. 4346 

There's a new little face, up in God's 
own place; song. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 
1933; E unp. 67208; Roderick Mac- 
Dougall. 4347 



There's a song in my heart for you ; 
song. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1933; E unp. 
67149 ; Myrtle Davis Miller. 4348 

There's blues in the air ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 67794 ; 
Gladyce Carter De' Jesus. 4349 

There was always something to hurt 
me ; song, melody Stan Tucker. © 
1 c. Feb. 13, 1933; E unp. 67574: 
Emma Bergstrom. 4350 

They've raised our salary; w and 

melody Margarita Norris. © 1 c. 

Feb. 4, 1933 ; E unp. 67267 ; Hannah 

M. Norris. 4351 

This grand old world of ours ; w and 
m Bud Smith. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67494 ; Elliott A. Smith, jr. 

4352 

This love song ; w and m Frank Drex- 
ler. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; E unp. 
68176 ; Francis David Drexler. 4353 

This program comes to you from my 
heart; w Ed. Nelson, melody Al. 
Goodhart and Al. Hoffman. © 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1933; E unp. 68143; Aileen 
Stanley. 4354 

Tho we're hungry and cold, nothing's 
wrong ; w and melody L. J. Thomas. 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1933 ; E unp. 67658 ; 
Lew J. Thomas and R. W. Thomas. 

4355 

Tho' you'll forget, I'll still remember ; 
song, m Tommie Malie. © 1 c. Feb. 
27, 1933 ; E unp. 68126 ; Cecille Zim- 
merman. 4356 

Those haunting memories of you ; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; 
E unp. 67933 ; Ardis C. Rinderknecht. 

4357 

Those old depression blues; song. © 
1 c. Feb. 27, 1933; E unp. 68106; 
Lloyd and Mary Warfel. 4358 

Thoughts at eventide ; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 18, 1933; E unp. 67797; Elise 
Ullepitsch Wright. 4359 

Threads of happiness ; waltz, w Al. 
Piantadosi, m Jack Glogau; with 
ukulele arr. © Feb. 14, 1933 ; E pub. 
34820 ; Irving Berlin, inc. 4360 

Three waltzes ; orch. with organ and 
pf . Sc. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1933 ; E unp. 
66942: Arthur V. R. Thompson. 

4361 

Through and blue ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 
8, 1933; E unp. 67387: John Hardy 
Mclntvre. 4362 



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4363 



pt. in, n. s., v. 28- 



Thy way, not mine, O Lord ; anthem, 
w H. Bonar from Matthew 4, m 
Daniel Protheroe ; mixed voices ; or- 
gan ace. © Feb. 16, 1933; E pub. 
348S3 ; Schools music publishers, inc. 

4363 

Tick tock goes my little clock; song, 
melody P. Garten. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 
1933; E unp. 68113; Paula Garten 
and Peggy Lincoln. 4364 

Tiefland ; grosse fantasie aus der oper, 
Eugen d'Albert, arr. Paepke, bearb. 
fiir militlirinusik stimmen, O. Brink- 
manu u. P. Miiller. © Nov. 30, 1932 ; 
E for. 28391 ; Ed. Bote & G. Bock. 

4365 

Till summer skies are blue ; song, w 
Winifred Adams Burr. © 1 c. Feb. 
21. 1933; E unp. 67911; Anne Cor- 
nelia Parsons. 4366 

Till the end of time ; w L. Wolfe Gil- 
bert, m Harry Akst. © 1 c. Feb. 13. 
1933; E unp. 67644; Movietone mu- 
sic corp. 4367 

Till the journey's end ; w Charlie 
Tobias, m Joe Burke. © Feb. 8, 
1933 ; E pub. 34751 ; Joe Morris mu- 
sic co. 4368 

Tingle (The) ingle of the pennies and 
the nickels and the dimes ; w and 
melody Eliott Mason, J. C. Lewis, jr. 
and Eliz. Morgan. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1933 : E unp. 67402 ; Broadway music 
corp. 4369 

Tipperary town; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 4, 1933 ; E unp. 67261 ; Sam- 
uel Morehouse. 4370 

Tired of everything; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 21. 1933; E unp. 67321; J. 
Roger Fleagle. 4371 

Titania ; cho. or trio, w from Swedish 
of Gustaf Froding, English, Barnetta 
Brown, m Peterson-Berger, arr. Wil- 
liam Stickles ; sop. 1, 2, and alto. © 
Feb. 20, 1933 : E pub. 34949 ; Harms, 
inc. 4372 

To be with you; song. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 
1933; E unp. 67157; Franklin Ditt- 
mar Hunt. 4373 

To have, to hold, to say your [sic] 
mine ; fox trot, w and melodv. © 
1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; E unp. 68171: 
John R. Wolter. 4374 

To Mary Immaculate ; song. arr. Wil- 
fred Kershaw. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933 : 
E unp. 67788; John Thomas Gor- 
man. 4375 



To the music of the band ; fox-trot, w 
J. J. Stroud and Harry Kay, m 
Harry Coventry ; with ukulele arr. 
© Nov. 3, 1932; E for. 28511; Fox. 
Rogers & Stroud, ltd. 4376 

To the nightingale ; melody from a 
Rhenish folk song, arr. Richard H. 
Walthew, English, Georgina Tanner, 
tonic solfa tr. H. J. Timothy. © 
Jan. 19. 1933 ; E for. 28265 ; Stainer 
& Bell, ltd. 4377 

Today God's Son triumphs ; Easter 
anthem, w Caspar Stolshogius, tr. 
G. R. Woodward, m William S. Na- 
gle ; mixed voices ; organ ace. © 
Jan. 26, 1933 ; E pub. 34700 ; Oliver 
Ditson co., inc. 437S 

Together all the way ; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 17, 1933; E unp. 67991; Rae 
Allison. 4379 

Toi ! moi ! nous ; dans La revue 
d 'amour, paroles et m Maurice Her- 
mite. © Jan. 20, 1933 : E for. 28247 ; 
Enoch & cie. 4380 

Tom cat and pussy blues ; w and mel- 
ody Jimmie Davis. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1933 ; E unp. 67434 ; Southern music 
pub. co., inc. 4381 

To-night in the moonlight, I'm saying 
I love you; melody. © 1 c. Feb. 4. 
1933; E unp. 67284: Harry W. 
Campbell. 4382 

Tony's wife; w Harold Adamson. m 
Burton Lane : with ukulele arr. © 
Jan. 31, 1933; E pub. 34593; Irving 
Berlin, inc. 4383 

Too tired for love; w Mose Sigler. 
melody Michael H. Cleary. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1933 ; E unp. 67134 ; Shapiro. 
Bernstein & co., inc. 4384 

Tourkolimaniotissa ; w and melody C. 
Skarvelis. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1933; E 
unp. 67437 ; Southern music pub. co.. 
inc. 4385 

Traffic; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933; E 
unp. 67785; Iris Brussels. 4386 

Traffic troubles ; by Ralph Rainger ; 
pf. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933; E unp. 
67468; Famous music corp. 4387 

Trail (The) around the mountain is 
the trail that leads back home ; song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 8. 1933; E unp. 67398: 
Jessie Little Haine. 4388 

Trail of yesterday's dream ; song, mel- 
odv Larry E. Goffin. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1933 : E unp. 67860 : Gladys V. Jack- 
son. 4389 



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no. 2, 1933 



4417 



Tree (The) of hope; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 4, 1933; E unp. 67286; Jess 
Holbert and Cecil Irwin. 4390 

Tribute to Sousa ; march, Edwin 
Franko Goldman, arr. Tom Clark ; 
orch. pts. © Feb. 4, 1933; E pub. 
34765; G. Schirmer, inc. 4391 

Trio en la mineur; par Nicolas Da- 
neau ; ptes. pour pf., violon et vio- 
loncelle. © Jan. 15, 1933; E for. 
28311; A. Cranz. 4392 

Triplets ; characteristic, w and m 
George F. Briegel and Johnny Tuck- 
er ; pf. © Mar. 1, 1933; E pub. 
34992 ; George F. Briegel, inc. 4393 

Tropic moon ; w and melody A. and 
Eugene Hall. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67610; Alma Hall. 4394 

Trouble I'm bigger than you; w and 
m Ronald Thor. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 
1933: E unp. 67887; Waldo E. 
Fisher. 4395 

Trouble is — I still love you; fox-trot, 
w M. F. Newcomb, melody R. B. 
Schwartz; with symbols for har- 
mony. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 
67742; Marion Feme Newcomb and 
Roger Baer Schwartz. 4396 

Troubles ; w and m Gene Cormier. © 
1 c. Feb. 10, 1933; E unp. 67571; 
Eugene R. Cormier. 4397 

Truly I love you ; fox-trot song. © 
1 c. Feb. 7, 1933; E unp. 67719; 
Elizabeth Campbell Clair. 4398 

Truly rural gentlemen ; from Happy 
ever after, w Douglas Furber, Ger- 
man, Walter Reisch, m Werner R. 
Heymann ; with ukulele arr. [En- 
glish text only] © Dec. 30, 1932; 
E for. 28368; Ufaton verlags, 
G.m.b.H. 4399 

Truro night ; 3-pt. women's voices. © 
1 c. Feb. 2, 1933; E unp. 67179; 
Helen Coyne Humphreys. 4400 

Trust ; song, w Elizabeth Stanton Har- 
dy. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1933; E unp. 
67913; Anne Cornelia Parsons. 

4401 

Try it once again ; foxtrot, composed 
and arr. Sascha Chwat; orch. pts. 
© Feb. 1, 1933; E for. 28424; Edi- 
tions H. Benjamin. 4402 

Try wearing a smile ; fox trot song. 
© 1 c. Jan. 30', 1933 ; E unp. 67345 ; 
Andy S. Horvath. 4403 

Tu lo sai (Too well you know) ; Eng- 
lish version Kathleen de Jaffa, m 
Guiseppe Torelli. © Feb. 4, 1933; 



E pub. 34714; G. Ricordi & co., 
inc. [Copyright is claimed on Eng- 
lish version] 4404 

Tu m'aje prommise; madrigale napo- 
letano, parole popolari antiche, m 
Renato Parodi ; 3 voci femminili, a 
cappella. Partitura. © Feb. 3, 
1933; E for. 28441; G. Ricordi & 
co. 4405 

Twilight reverie ; solo, A. R. Watrous, 
pf. ace. Ida E. Watrous ; violin and 
pf. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; E unp. 
67382; Albert R. Watrous. 4406 

Two baby eyes of blue; song, arr. 
Doy McKinley. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 
1933; E unp. 68165; Eugene Scraf- 
ford. 4407 

Two Buck Tim from Timbuctoo ; w 
Edward Heyman, melody Al Good- 
hart and Al Hoffman. © 1 c. Jan. 
30, 1933; E unp. 67126; Famous 
music corp. 4408 

m Al Goodhart and Al Hoff- 
man; with ukulele arr. © Feb. 14, 
1933 ; E pub. 34863 ; Famous music 
corp. 4409 

Two eyes of blue, I'm loving you ; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933; 
E unp. 67260; Lester Sharpe. 4410 

Two little arms of love ; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 16, 1933; E unp. 67724; Jean 
Proctor Foster. 4411 

Two little finches; by H. Kling, arr. 
Denis Wright ; brass and reed band 
pts. © Jan. 3, 1933; E for. 28256; 
Hawkes & son (London) ltd. 4412 

Two tickets to Georgia ; w and melody 
Joe Young, Chas. Tobias and J. 
Fred Coots. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933; 
E unp. 67511 ; Irving Berlin, inc. 

4413 

tiberfall (Der) ; knabenspiel, w Her- 
bert Barth u. Erfurt, m Hugo Herr- 
mann, op. 79. Klavierauszug. © 
Oct. 10, 1932 ; E for. 28388 ; Ed. Bote 
& G. Bock. 4414 

Uncle Oojah's party ; w and m Leslie 
Sarony ; with ukulele arr. © Jan. 
14, 1933; E for. 28275; Huntley 
Trevor music Co., ltd. 4415 

Under heaven's lights with you ; song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1933; E imp. 67316; 
Louis De Frances. 4416 

Under the greenwood tree [and] I 
know a bank ; song, \v William 
Shakespeare. © Feb. 10. 3933; E 
pub. 34800. Belle L. Gorton. 4417 



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4418 



pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Underneath the southern moon; w 
Miriam Thomas, m Jack Swaar. © 
1 c. Feh. 23, 1933; E unp. 67974; 
Jesse B. Thomas. 4418 

Unfinished sonata ; from A bill of 
divorcement, Max Steiner ; pf . © 
Feb. 16, 1933; E pub. 34819; Sam 
Fox pub. co. 4419 

Unknown (The) melody; melody, with 
pf. ace. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 
67578; Jimmy Zummo. 4420 

Unlucky love; song. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1933 ; E unp. 68020 ; Lucille M. Far- 
ley. 4421 

Unsre zeit ist endlich gekommen ; 
marsch aus Der rebell, text Hedy 
Knorr. m Giuseppe Becce. © Dec. 
21, 1932; E for. 28501; Wiener bo- 
heme-verlag, G. m. b. H. 4422 

Up in a tree ; w L. Wolfe Gilbert, m 
Harry Akst. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933; 
E unp. 67643: Movietone music 
corp. 4423 

Vaisseau (Le) mystique; by Hugo 
Friedhofer, arr. Wm. Spielter : pf.- 
conductor. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933; 
E unp. 67634 ; Movietone music corp. 

4424 

Valentine (A) ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1933; E unp. 67395; Irving 
Schloss. 4425 

Valzer appassionato ; versi Enrico 
Frati, m Giovanni Simonetti. © 
Dec. 25, 1932 ; E for. 27520 ; Societa 
anonima Suvini-Zerboni. 4426 

Vase (La) brise ; song, paroles Lully- 
Prudhomme, tr. Robert Hyman. © 
1 c. Feb. 15, 1933; E unp. 67676; 
Helen Ashley. 4427 

Vecchia chitarra ; poesia Mercede 
Mundula, m Pietro Cimara. © Dec. 
27, 1932 ; E for. 28289 ; A. Forlivesi 

& c. 4428 

Veillee de Noel; petit poeme epique, 
de Kaledvoulc'h, m Paul Ladmirault. 
© Nov. 1, 1932 ; E for. 28330 ; Heu- 
gel. 4429 

Venise chante ; serenade, de Une voix 
qui meurt, paroles Etienne Arnaud, 
m Henri Goublier, fils ; bar. ou mez- 
zo-sop. © Dec. 1, 1932; E for. 
28480; Henri Conin. 4430 

Venus in seide ; operette, v. Alfred 
Griinwald u. Ludwig Herzer, ge- 
sangstexte v. A. Griinwald, m Robert 
Stolz, op. 600. Vollstandiger kla- 



vierauszug mit text. © Nov. 8, 
1932; E for. 28185; Doremi musik- 
verlag, a. g. 4431 

Violet my dear ; song, m Robert Wil- 
liam Berick. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933; 
E unp. 67510 ; Chic Cotton and R. M. 
Bonsanti. 4432 

Virginia ; fox-trot, Richard Barthe- 
lemy, arr. Raymond Brunei; orch. 
ptes. © Jan. 18, 1933; E for. 
28434 ; Societe anonyme des editions 
Ricordi. 4433 

valzer, versi Alfredo Bracchi, m 

Jimmy Kennedy e Tommy Tait. © 
© Oct. 31, 1932 ; E for. 28326 ; S. a. 
Suvini-Zerboni. 4434 

Visions ; song, m James L. Brown ; 
with ukulele arr. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 
1933; E unp. 67241; George F. 
Woodyard. 4435 

Vita mia; waltz, L. Fiorillo and F. 
Pignoloni; violin. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1933 ; E unp. 67483 ; Apollo music co. 

4436 

Vocalise-etude ; de Felice Boghen, arr. 
pour pf ., A. L. Hetticht ; voix 
elevees. © Dec. 1, 1932; E for. 
28337 ; Alphonse Leduc et cie. 

4437 

sur un chant populaire grec Nos- 
talgia, Jacopo Napoli, arr. pour pf., 
A. L. Hettich ; voix moyennes. ©) 
Dec. 1, 1932 ; E for. 28336 ; Alphonse 
Leduc et cie. 4438 

Voice (The) of the garden; Easter 
pageant, Verna Whinery, in I. H. 
Meredith. © Jan. 23, 1933; D 
28387; Tullar-Meredith co. 4438* 

Vollerthun (Georg) Fantasie ; aus 
Der freikorporal. op. 21 ; klavier. © 
Oct. 13. 1932; E for. 28389; Ed. 
Bote & G. Bock. 4439 

Vier lieder der anmut; ged. aus 

dem rokoko u. v. R, C. Muschler, m 
op. 24, nr. 1-4 ; mittlere stimme. © 
Sept. 17, 1932; E for. 28392: Ed. 
Bote & G. Bock. 4440 

Voo doo priestess : w Alice Stoddard, 
m Jack McGuire ; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 
1933 ; E unp. 67213 : Alfred Jack Mc- 
Guire. 4441 

Vor einer alten spieluhr ; charakter- 
stuck nach alten weisen, bearb. 
Fritz Mueller-Melborn; orch. stim- 
men. © Nov. 2, 1932 ; E for. 28453 : 
Eduard Klockner. 4442 



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no. 2, 1933 



4473 



Wade in de water; folk song, arr. Joe 
Brown ; melody, with w. © 1 c. 
Jan. 7, 1933; E unp. 67479; South- 
ern music pub. co., inc. 4443 

Wagner (Richard) The mastersing- 
ers of Nuremberg; prelude, ed. and 
annotated Percy Goetschius ; pf. © 
Jan. 11, 1933; E pub. 34713; Oliver 
Ditson co., inc. 4444 

Wailing wall of Jerusalem; by R. 
Deane Shu re ; organ. © Feb. 7, 
1933; E pub. 34815; J. Fischer & 
bro. 4445 

Waitin' for the words ; pf . ©1 c. Feb. 
1, 1933; E unp. 67141; Lelah G. 
Cooper. 4446 

Waiting; w and m Elva Shields and 
Nina Shields Hammer; with uku- 
lele arr. © Dec. 28, 1932; E pub. 
34793; Will Lewis. 4447 

waltz, w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 

24, 1933; E unp. 68024; James 

Thomas Marvel. 4448 

Waiting for dreams to come true; w 

and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1933; 

E unp. 67678 ; Russell Cook. 4449 

Waiting for you; fox-trot, w M. Olson, 
m H. R. Olson ; with ukulele arr. © 
1 c. Feb. 15, 1933; E unp. 67687; 
Morris Olson and Henry Russell Ol- 
son. . 4450 

Waiting with the moon; w Leo 
Daschbach, melody Stub Wilbur. © 
1 c. Feb. 1, 1933; E unp. 67148; 
Stanton J. Wilbur. 4451 

Wake now, awake, my sleeping beauty ; 
17th cent., English and arr. of m 
Louis Victor Saar ; mixed voices, 
© Feb. 23, 1933 ; E pub. 34975 ; M. 
Witmark & sons. 4452 

Wake up America ; song. © Feb. 23, 
1933; E pub. 34964; Ed. Edwards. 

4453 

Walden (The) victory song; song, w 
Emma Counsell. © Feb. 17, 1933; 
E pub. 34892 ; Mary Hancock. 4454 

Waltz melody; melody. © 1 c. Feb. 
4, 1933; E unp. 67279; Norman R. 
Finch. 4455 

Waltz (The) of love; w Al Faro, m 
Chesy d'Arc; with ukulele arr. 
Harold Potter. © Feb. 16, 1933; 
E pub. 34860 ; C. de Archangelis, inc. 

4456 

Waltz of romance; w and m Jack 
Swaar. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E 
unp. 67973 ; Jesse B. Thomas. 4457 
165519—33 5 



Waltz of the wee fingers; by Isabel 
Van Nort ; pf., with w. © Jan. 13, 
1933; E pub. 34742; Willis music 
co. 4458 

Waltzing in a dream ; valse song. © 
1 c. Feb. 1, 1933; E unp. 67357; 
Harry Hass. 4459 

Waltzing in dreams ; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 68141 ; James 
Wesley Hall. • 4460 

Waltzing the whole night through; w 
Norman Hallett, and melody. © I 
c. Feb. 16, 1933; E unp. 67734; Sal- 
vatore Cusenza. 4461 

War (The) song of the Saracens; w 
James Elroy Flecker ; men's voices. 
© Jan. 28, 1933; E pub. 34606; 
Paul Kellogg. 4462 

Warum bist du so traurig; tango, aus 
Drei tage mittelarrest, w Charles 
Amberg, m Artur Guttmann u. Nico 
Dostal. © Oct. 28, 1930; E for. 
28233 ; Wiener boheme-verlag, Otto 
Hein. 4463 

Warum gerade in der nacht, Karolin ; 
foxtrot, text Beda, m Stephan Weiss 
u. Paul Mann. © Oct. 22, 1932; 
E for. 28485; Wiener boheme-ver- 
lag, G. m. b. H. 4464 

Was eine frau bei nacht verspricht 
[and] Ach Willi; aus Strafsache 
van geldern, text Willi Wolff, m 
Joe Hajos. © July 19, 1932; E 
for. 28503; Wiener boheme-verlag, 
G. m. b. H. 4465 

Wash away your cares; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; E unp. 
68041 ; Charles Trevor. 4466 

Watching the world go by ; song, mel- 
ody James L. Brown. © 1 c. Feb. 
4, 1933; E unp. 67239; Kenneth M. 
Umbaugh. 4467 

Waves of Hawaii ; Hawaiian guit. 
diagram. © Feb. 3, 1933; E pub. 
34691; Samuel Quagenti. 4468 

'Way down in Tennessee. 1. Male 
voices. — 2. Med. voice, in B flat. 
© Jan. 3, 1933 ; E pub. 34608, 34609 ; 
Eugene Carraine. 4469, 4470 

Way (The) I do; song. © 1 c. Feb. 
10, 1933; E unp. 67498; Daniel H. 
Magna. 4471 

We ; song, m James L. Brown ; with 
ukulele arr. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; 
E unp. 68000; Cornelia Reed. 4472 

We can listen to the rain ; song. © 
1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; E unp. 68177; 
Mary Schaeffer. 4473 



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pt. in, 11. s., v. 2& 



We'll get along together ; slow fox- 
trot, w and m Billy Merrin and 
Noel Stevens ; with ukulele arr. © 
Jan. 16, 1933; E for. 28344; Cecil 
Lennox, ltd. 4474 

We're all in the same boat; w Charles 
Tobias, m Henry H. Tobias ; with 
ukulele arr. © Jan. 20, 1933; E 
pub. 34636; Mills music, inc. 4475 

We're not too poor for that; w and 
m Irving Caesar, Billy Frisch and 
Otto Motzan ; with ukulele arr. © 
Feb. 3, 1933; E pub. 34692; Irving 
Caesar, inc. 4476 

We're on our way at last ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1933; E unp. 
67147; John P. Tobin. 4477 

We're together again ; w Arthur 
Freed, m Nacio Herb Brown. © 1 
c. Feb. 25, 1933; E unp. 68091; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp. 4478 

We won't go home till morning; by 
Phil Langdale ; bassoon solo with 
pf. ace. © Feb. 7, 1933; E for. 
28352; Hawkes & son (London) ltd. 

4479 

Well-beloved, thine the joy of love; 
17th cent., English and arr. of m 
Louis Victor Saar ; mixed voices. 
© Feb. 23, 1933; E pub. 34976; M. 
Witmark & sons. 4480 

Wellesz ( Egon ) ; Drei geistliche chore ; 
w R. A. Schroder, m op. 47 ; man- 
nerstimmen, a cappella. Partitur. 
© Oct. 13, 1932; E for. 28387; Ed. 
Bote & G. Bock. 4481 

Fiinf kleine mannerchore ; w 

Ludwig Derleth, m op. 46; a cap- 
pella. Partitur. © Oct. 13, 1932: 
E for. 28386; Ed. Bote & G. Bock. 

4482 

Wenn die rosen bliihen ; cho. or trio, 
English, Barnetta Brown, m Reich- 
ardt, arr. Win. Stickles; sop. 1, 2 
and alto. © Feb. 20, 1933; E pub. 
34951 ; Harms, inc. 4483 

Wenn ich Sonntag friih mit der Ros- 
marie; foxtrot, w Alexander Fless- 
burg u. Fred Halton, m Otto Kerm- 
bach u. Heinz Himmel. klavier-arr. 
Walter Borchert. © Mar. 19, 1931 ; 
E for. 28232 ; Wiener boheme verlag, 
Otto Hein. 4484 

West of old Virginia ; song, m Charles 
W. Storm. © Feb. 1, 1933; E pub. 
34856; John Storm. 4485 



What a friend ; w and melody C. C. 
Converse. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1933; E 
unp. 67425 ; Southern music pub. co., 
inc. 4486 

What do I care, it's home ; w Roy 
Turk, m Harry Smolin. arr. Paul 
Hill; with ukulele arr. © Feb. 10, 
1933; E pub. 34776; Mario music 
corp- 4487 

What does it mean to me: song. © 
1 c. Feb. 8, 1933; E unp. 67404; 
William Abrams. 4488 

What does the deep sea say ; w and m 
Bob Miller; with ukulele arr. © 
Dec. 30, 1932; E pub. 34780 ; Irving 
Berlin standard music corp. 4489 

What have I done ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 
20, 1933; E unp. 67920; Miriam S. 
Landgraf. 4490 

What I do do, I do do well ; fox-trot, 
from Lord Cambers' ladies, w and m 
Benn W. Levy. © Feb. 2, 1933: 
E for. 28353: Hawkes & son (Lon- 
don) ltd. 4491 

What kind of a noise annoys an oys- 
ter ; written and composed Frank 
Crumit ; with ukulele arr. © Feb. 
24, 1932; E for. 28509; Francis, Day 
& Hunter, ltd. 4492 

What more can I ask ; from The little 
damozel, w Anona Winn, m Ray 
Noble ; with ukulele arr. © Feb. 3. 
1933; E for. 28403; Lawrence 
Wright music co. 4493 

What more could I ask ; song, melody 
Eddie Brubach. © 1 c. Feb. 20. 
1933; E unp. 67861: Axel Robert 
Holtman. 4494 

What's on your mind ; song, m James 
L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23. 1933 ; E unp. 67997 ; William 
Preston. 4495 

What's the good of moonlight ; song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933 ; E unp. 68029 : 
Mary A. Blower. 4496 

Wheezy Anna ; w and m Leslie 
Sarony ; with ukulele arr. © Feb. 
3, 1932: E for. 28284; Irwin Dash 
music co., ltd. 4497 

When; song. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933: 
E unp. 68180; Evelyn Maud Guild. 

4498 

When all the treasures of my loved 
home depart ; waltz song. © 1 <\ 
Feb. 20, 1933; E unp. 67829; Felix 
Michael Cappadona. 4499 



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4525 



When anybody plays or sings, I think 
of you ; from Mother of pearl, w 
A. P. Herbert, adapted from German 
of Alfred Griinwald, m Oscar Straus. 
© Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 28418 ; Chap- 
pell & co„ ltd. 4500 

When can I call again ; w and melody 
Charley McCarthy, Marty Symes and 
Murray Rich. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67542; Mort Beck music co. 

4501 

When Good-time Charlie dies ; w Thos. 
L. Naughton, m L. J. Monaghan, jr. 
and Julius Solomon ; pf . © 1 c. Feb. 
18, 1933; E unp. 67790; Leo Joseph 
Monaghan, jr. 4502 

When heaven's holy kingdom is at 
hand ; Biblical w, m Ward-Stephens ; 
high, in C. © Jan. 30, 1933 ; E 
pub. 34628; Harms, inc. 4503 

When I look at you; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 67577 ; 
Ann Berry. 4504 

When I'm alone with you; song, arr. 
Harry Ludwig. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1933; E unp. 67675; Lawrence John 
Brandeberry. 4505 

When I'm blue; song, m James L. 
Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Feb. 4, 1933; E unp. 67246; R. J. 
Miller. 4506 

When I'm lovin' you; slow fox trot, 
w Jerrie McGraw, m Gene Myers. 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1933 ; E unp, 67883 ; 
Eugene M. Myers. 4507 

When I think of you ; w Edward 
Lockton, m Arthur F. Tate; in A 
flat. © Jan. 31, 1933 ; E for. 28401 ; 
Chappell & co., ltd. 4508 

When I waltz with Walter ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; E 
unp. 68053; William Edw. Rafter. 

4509 

When it rains ; fox trot, w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 67584 ; 
Gladys Schechtman. 4510 

When it's autumn in the hills of Indi- 
ana ; w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 
21, 1933 ; E unp. 67908 ; Clyde Albert 
LaGrange. 4511 

When it's lamp lightin' time in the 
valley ; song, Joe Lyons and Sam C. 
Hart; with ukulele arr. © Feb. 2, 
1933 ; E pub. 34720 ; Shapiro, Bern- 
stein & co., inc. [Copyright is 
claimed on additional lyrics] 4512 



When lights are soft and low ; tango 
argentino, English, Bert Child, 
Spanish, C. Lenzi, m E. Donato. 
© Feb. 6, 1933; E pub. 34687; A. 
Fassio. 45ia 

When love is done; song, w Francis 
W. Bourdillon. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1933 ; E uhp. 67990 ; John R. Speel- 
man. 4514 

When my little Pomeranian met your 
little Pekingese; w and m Little 
Jack Little, Dave Oppenheim and 
Ira Schuster ; with ukulele arr. © 
Feb. 2, 1933; E pub. 34663; De 
Sylva, Brown & Henderson, inc. 

4515 

When spring comes to the valley ; valse 
song. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1933; E unp. 
67720; Madge Porter. 4516 

When strangers meet ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933; E unp. 67278; 
Herbert Gately. 451T 

When the band played aloha ; song, 
m V. Moore. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1933 ; E 
unp. 67167; Vashti Moore and Al- 
bert Freeman Moore. 4518 

When the chapel bells tolled on the 
hill ; w Howard Johnson, melody 
Henry W. Santly. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1933; E unp. 67553; Santly bros., 
inc. 4519 

When the mailman says no-mail to- 
day ; w and m Walter Hirsch, Ger- 
trude Lincoff and Louis Siefert ; 
with ukulele arr. © Feb. 11, 1933; 
E pub. 34897; Forster music pub- 
lisher, inc. 4520 

When the moon shines in dreamy val- 
ley; waltz, w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1933 ; E unp. 67406 ; Walter 
Buhrie. 4521 

When the sky is raining rain ; song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933 ; E unp. 68181 ; 
Evelyn Maud Guild. 4522 

W T hen you buy don't forget your Uncle 
Sammy ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1983 ;: 
E unp. 67659; Lawrence Bovenzi 
and Samuel Bovenzi. 4523: 

When you gotta go, you gotta go; w 
William J. Mahoney, m Bob ; violin. 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 67583 ; 
Robert E. Geraghty. 4524 

When you're wrapped in the arms of 
another; w C. Ongenars, m B. Van 
Hefte. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 
67736; Bernard Van Hefte and 
Cyril Ongenars. 4525 



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4526 



pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



When you stopped loving me ; song, w 
Suzie M. Hearn. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1933; E unp. 67698; Maynard Hun- 
gerford. 4526 

When you waved a goodbye in the 
morning ; fox trot song. © 1 c. Jan. 
25, 1933 ; E unp. 67339 ; May Gibson. 

4527 

When your hair is turning grey ; song, 
in Artie Bowers. © Feb. 10, 1933; 
E pub. 34821; Ann T. Igoe. 4528 

Where are you ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 2, 1933 ; E unp. 67181 ; Isabelle 
Horan Lebling. 4529 

Where are you dear; song, m Frank 
Oglesby. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; E 
unp. 68076 ; Mary W. Mills. 4530 

Where are you tonight — girl of my 
dreams ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 25 r 1933 ; 
E unp. 68088; Effie Elizabeth Mc- 
Cloud. 4531 

Where can I find someone just like 
you ; w and melody W. E. Willis and 
Annie Grace Laurie. © 1 c. Feb. 
27, 1933; E unp. 67164; Walter E. 
Willis. 4532 

Where have you been hiding ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1933; E 
unp. 67665 ; Edna R. Mohr. 4533 

Where is my yesterday ; w Morton 
Downey and Loyce Whiteman, m 
Harry Barris. © Feb. 16, 1933; E 
pub. 34862; De Sylva, Brown & 
Henderson, inc. 4534 

Where shall I go ; folk song, arr. Tom 
Smith ; melody, with w. © 1 c. Jan. 
7, 1933; E unp. 67478; Southern 
music pub. co. r inc. 4535 

Where you go I go; from Pardon my 
English, w Ira Gershwin, m George 
Gershwin ; with ukulele arr. © 
Feb. 6, 1933; E pub. 34902; New 
world music corp. 4536 

While I'm sitting underneath the har- 
vest moon; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 67624 ; Edward 
Askins. 4537 

Whispers of love ; by Arthur Lange ; 
pf .-conductor. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67636 ; Movietone music corp. 

4538 

Whistling under the moon ; fox-trot, 
w Robert Hargreaves and Stanley J. 
Damerell, m Montague Ewing ; with 
ukulele arr. © Jan. 16, 1933 ; E for. 
28345; Cecil Lennox, ltd. 4539 



Whither thou goest ; song, scriptural 
w. © Nov. 29, 1932 ; E pub. 34823 ; 
Gustave Herman Michelmann. 4540 

Who are you ; fox trot, w and m Ethel 
Graham. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1933; E 
unp. 67340 ; Blanche E. Secord. 4541 

Who goes home; w G. K. Chesterton, 
m Victor Hely Hutchinson. © Jan. 
31, 1933; E for. 28273: Elkin & co., 
ltd. 4542 

Who-la dance ; comp. Cecil S. Copping ; 
pf. conductor. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67653 ; Movietone music 
corp. 4543 

Why ; song, w Roy Greenthal. © 1 c. 
Feb. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 67875 ; Floren- 
tine Heimlich. 4544 

Why are you cruel to me; w M. De 
Stefano, m R. Cash. © Jan. 3, 
1933; E pub. 34677; Michael De 
Stefano and Rose Cash. 4545 

Why can't I be true to you ; song. © 
1 c. Feb. 21, 1933; E unp. 67910; 
Victor P. Frangipane. 4546 

Why can't you belong to me ; song. © 
1 c. Feb. 4, 1933 ; E unp. 67283 ; Max 
Wilson. 4547 

Why did you; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 11, 1933; E unp. 67540; Ber- 
nard Macke. 4548 

Why did you break up because of 
someone new; song, w Al Fortune; 
with ukulele arr. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 
1933; E unp. 67907: Lea Arlington 
Arthur. 4549 

Why did you do this to me; pf. with 
w. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1933: E unp. 
67506 ; Irving Katz. 4550 

Why did you go away ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 67940 ; 
Aninea Suarez. 4551 

Whv did you leave me; song; with 
ukulele arr. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933; 
E unp. 68105 ; Venita Ardath Smith. 

4552 

Why do I have-ta run after you ; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67480 ; Jack Kaplan. 4553 

Why do you hesitate; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 6, 1933 ; E unp. 67297 ; L. Bur- 
rell Aiken. 4554 

Why does the moon have such wonder- 
full [sic] charms; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 67608 ; 
Frederick W. Cheney. 4555 



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4583 



Why don't you care enough ; w Ardis 
J. Christie, and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 67986 ; Walter 
S. Jenkins. 4556 

Why don't you come to Miami ; song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 68137 ; 
Clifford Norman Bourne. 4557 

Why have you cast me down sweet- 
heart ; song, w O. A. Bartholomew. 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1933 ; E unp. 67144 ; 
Othello A. Bartholomew and Julian 
Sanchez Acosta. 4558 

Why is the night in my heart ; w Sam 
M. Lewis, melody John Klenner. © 
1 c. Jan. 27, 1933; E unp. 67133; 
Shapiro. Bernstein & co., inc. 4559 

Why say good-bye ; w and m Lou 
Herscher and John M. Anthony ; 
with ukulele arr. © Feb. 27, 1933; 
E pub. 34967 ; Lou Herscher. 4560 

Why should I play around sweetheart ; 
valse song. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1933 ; E 
unp. 67721 ; Henry F. Palmer. 4561 

Why shouldn't you, why wouldn't you ; 
fox-trot, w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 
13, 1933; E unp. 67589; Frank S. 
Hunter Adamo. 4562 

Why talk about nothin' at all ; w and 
m Bill Hawley and Puss Donahoo ; 
pf. treble. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1933; E 
unp. 67401 ; Wm. A. Hawley, jr. and 
P. Sheldon Donahoo. 4563 

Why won't cha, dear; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 67729 ; 
Harry Wheeler. 4564 

Wigzanka piesni harcerskich ; ulozyl, 
Frank Przybylski. [Words and 
melody] © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1933 ; E unp. 
67175 ; Polish national alliance. 

4565 

Wie ein marchen vom gliick ; tango, w 
Gerd Karlick, m Margulies u. 
Holms, klav. arr. Walter Borchert. 
© Jan. 23, 1933; E for. 28492; 
Wiener boheme-verlag, G. m. b. H. 

4566 

Wie sag' ich's meinem mann ; aus dem 
tonfilm, w Felix Joachimson, m 
Theo. Mackeben, arr. Nico Dostal. 
© Oct. 18, 1932 ; E for. 28215 ; Ufa- 
tonverlags. G. m. b. H. 4567 

Wild (A) bird's song; German folk 
song, English, Georgina Tanner, arr. 
Richard H. Walthew, tonic sol-fa 
tr. H. J. Timothy. © Jan. 19, 1933 ; 
E for. 28266 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd. 

4568 



Wild violets ; selection Robert Stolz, 
arr. Dan Godfrey ; military band 
pts. © Dec. 16, 1932 ; E for. 28422 ; 
Chappell & co., ltd. 4569 

Will the sun ever shine for me ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933 ; E unp. 
67266 ; Varney Russell. 4570 

Winding (The) roads among the hills 
of Vermont ; valse song. © 1 c. Feb. 
7, 1933; E unp. 67722; Carrie M. 
Messier. 4571 

Wine! women! & song; waltz, w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E 
unp. 67981 ; Evelyn Panikoff. 4572 

Wir haben uns nichts mehr zu sagen ; 
English waltz, aus Der unheimliche, 
text u. m Bert Reisfeld u. Rolf Mar- 
bot, arr. Horst Hoffmann; orch. 
stimmen, mit pf.-direktion. © Sept. 
22, 1932; E for. 28328; Rondo-ver- 
lag, G. m. b. H. 4573 

klav. -arr. von 

Horst Hoffmann. © Sept. 24, 1932 ; 
E for. 28327 ; Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. 
H. 4574 

Wir kurbeln an ; schlager-potpourri, 
arr. Nico Dostal ; pf., mit text. © 
Nov. 17, 1932 ; E for. 28189 ; Alrobi 
musikverlag, G. m. b. H. 4575 

Wir tanzen weltschlager ; foxtrotpot- 
pourri, Walter Borchert ; orch. stim- 
men. © Jan. 17, 1933 ; E for. 28483 ; 
Wiener boheme-verlag, G. m. b. H. 

4576 

Wise (The) young owl; by Bernard 
Wagness; pf. © Jan. 10, 1933; E 
pub. 34706 ; Oliver Ditson co., inc. 

4577 

Wishing my life away ; w and melody 
Lora Reid. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1933 ; E 
unp. 67268 ; Florence Mulderig. 

4578 

Wisteria ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67808 ; Frances Mitchell. 

4579 

With a smile on my face and a tear in 
my heart ; waltz, w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E unp. 679S2 ; 
Evelyn Panikoff. 4580 

With a wonderful girl like you ; pf . © 
1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; E unp. 6S146 ; 
Charles Alva McLaughlin. 4581 

Within the reach of millions ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933; E 
unp. 68048 ; Henry Levin and Benj. 
Vine. 4582 

Without that gal of mine ; pf. with w. 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 68132 ; 
Vera James Wilson. 4583 



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4584 



pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Without you ; song, melody Bill Miller. 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 67766 ; 
Jesse Franklin. 4584 

Wonderful night in June ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; E unp. 
6S168 ; L. A. Turbett. 4585 

Wonderful (The) Word; song. arr. 
Pauline Bachmann Mann ; mixed 
voices. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 
67548; M. E. Bachman. 4586 

Wondering eyes ; waltz song, melody 
Wendell T. Given. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1933; E unp. 67739; Charles Falletta. 

4587 

Wond'ring; w E. Sandley, m P. Nau- 
niann. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1933 ; E unp. 
67325 ; Paul Naumann and Edna 
Sandley. 4588 

Won't you be my valentine ; w Sweet- 
heart, m Cupid. © Jan. 5, 1933: 
E pub. 34748 ; E. Marie Cooper and 
Teddy Bauer. 4589 

Won't you say hello ; w and m Al 

Bryan, Geo. W. Meyer and Pete 

< Wendling; with ukulele arr. © Feb. 

6. 1933; E pub. 34661: Donaldson. 
Douglas & Gumble, inc. 4590 

World (A) of our own; w Jerry Yes- 
ner, m I. Sanchez. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 
1933; E unp. 67234; Isabel Sanchez 
and S. Jerome Yesner. 4591 

World prosper thou ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 67760 ; 
Ben. Weiland. 4592 

World wide peace prayer ; choral fan- 
tasia, w Ida Richards Compton ; 
mixed voices, with sop., or ten. solo. 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1933 ; E unp. 67903 : 
Eduardo Maseras. 4593 

Wouldn't it be nice ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 
27, 1933; E unp. 68111: William 
James McKinzie. 4594 

Wouldn't trade the silver in my moth- 
er's hair for all the gold in the 
world ; w and melody. © 1 c. Dec. 

7, 1932; E unp. 66800: Bob White, 
Jack Little and J. Fred Coots. 4595 

Written in your eyes ; song, melody 
Antonio Lora. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67892; Marjorie Harper. 

4596 

Ye choirs of new Jerusalem; anthem, 
w St. Fulbert of Chartres, tr. J. M. 
Neale, m Alfred Whitehead, based 
on Dorian tune Erschienen ist der 
herrliche tag, N. Herman: mixed 



voices, organ ace. © Jan. 24, 1933; 
E pub. 34468 : Arthur P. Schmidt co. 

4597 

Yes, Mr. Brown ; selection, Paul Abra- 
ham ; arr. Guy Jones ; pf . © Dec. 
8. 1932: E for. 28419: Chappell & 
co., ltd. 4598 

Yes. you've got me there; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; E unp. 
68158 ; Benjamin Buchbinder. jr. 

4599 



Yesterday's tomorrow : 
1 c. Feb. 7, 1933; 
Beulah Hooker. 



valse song. © 

E unp. 67723: 

4600 



Yo' better shuffle along with me. babe; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; 
E unp. 67627 ; Edward Askins. 4601 

Yodel (The) album ; w and m Harry 
Stogden. © Jan. 24, 1933: E for. 
28405; B. Feldman & co. 4602 

You ; pf. with w. © 1 c. Feb. 7. 1933 ; 
E unp. 67386: Lorraine Sherwood 
Stahl. 4603 

song, m M. S. Russell and Frances 

T. Mellen. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933; 
E unp. 67550 ; Marguerite S. Russell. 

4604 

You adorable wonderful mother of 
mine ; song, w C. W. Barton and 
Vernal Erickson. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1933 : E unp. 67791 : Clinton W. Bar- 
ton. 4605 

You are a fool ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1933 : E unp. 67928 : Roma C. 
Ramsby. 4606 

You are beyond sweet to my heart my 
Valentine; male quartette. © 1 c. 
Feb. 6, 1933: E unp. 67304; L. J. 
Van Loo. 4607 



You are the only girl : 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933 
John R. Wolter. 



w and melody. 

E unp. 68170; 

4608 



You be my honey bee. and I'll be your 
honey ; w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 
11, 1933; E unp. 67536; Martha 
Small. 4609 

You be the giver and I'll be the taker ; 
song, melody Marion LeBarre Mey- 
ers. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1933: E unp. 
68086; Fatima Mabel Young. 4610 

You brought life back again; w and 
m F. C. Bernhardt and Dorothy 
Bates. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1933: E unp. 
68033; Fred Charles Bernhardt. 

4611 



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4641 



You called me your fool ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1933; E unp. 
67359 ; Irene Brooks Piers-on. 4612 

You came in the night ; song, w Clif- 
ford Ferrell. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933: 
E unp. 67730; Frederick B. Ferrell. 

4613 

You came my way ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 
4, 1933 ; E unp. 67314 ; Samuel Myron 
O'Dell. 4614 

You had better watch your step ; from 
Love lost, w, melody and rhythm H. 
W. Barwick, ace. L. Crawley. © 
1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E unp. 68022; 
Howard William Barwick and Leone 
Crawley. 4615 

You have that something ; song. ©lc. 
Feb. 4, 1933; E unp. 67281; Mary 
Rice. 4616 

You left a garden of roses ; waltz, w 
John O'Brien, m arr. Bob Nelson. © 
1 c. Feb. 17, 1933; E unp. 67775; 
Fred Phillips Cummins. 4617 

You left me with just a memory ; waltz 
song, m Jack Mahoney. © 1 c. Feb. 
21, 1933 ; E unp. 67881 ; Mae R. Fet- 
terman. 4618 

You'll always be my only sweetheart ; 
song. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933; E unp. 
68139; John Ray. 4619 

You'll be far away with me; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; E 
unp. 68160; Benjamin Buchbinder, 
jr. 4620 

You'll be more than a dream girl to 
me: w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1933 ; E unp. 67623 ; Edward Askins. 

4621 

You'll fall in love; from King of the 
Ritz, w Clifford Grey, original w 
Serge Veber, m Raoul Moretti ; with 
ukulele arr. © Jan. 23, 1933 ; E for. 
28420; Chappell & co., ltd. 4622 

You made a wreck of me; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1933; E 
unp. 68078; Pete Savio. 4623 

You made me care dear, then you 
laughed when I cried; song, m Geo. 
C. Orum. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1933; E 
unp. 67326 ; Elda Ponder. 4624 

You never seemed to care ; song, Jerry 
LeRue and Lew Walker. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1933; E unp. 68006; Louis 
Walker. 4625 

You ought to hear her yodel; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933; E 
unp. 67615; William Gordon 
Beecher, jr. 4626 



You're beautiful to-night, my dear ; fox 
trot, w Joe Young, m Carmen Lom- 
bardo, arr. Frank Skinner ; orch. 
pts., with male trio arr. B. Faighes. 
© Feb. 6, 1933; E pub. 34868; Leo 
Feist, inc. 4627 

with ukulele arr. © 



Feb. 3, 1933; E pub. 34683; Leo 
Feist, inc. 4628 

You're heaven on earth ; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 67802 ; Charles 
Joseph Levy. 4629 

You're in love with someone, but that 
someone isn't me; song, Thomas 
Malie. © Jan. 4, 1933; E pub. 
34678 ; W. T. Barner. 4630 

You're laughing, I'm crying ; song ; 
with ukulele arr. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 
1933 ; E unp. 67453 ; Elmer Volkman. 

4631 

You're mine, you ; w Edward Heyman, 
melody John W. Green. © 1 c. Feb. 
9, 1933; E unp. 67563; Famous 
music corp. 4632 

You're my old fashioned sweetheart; 
song, m Harry Jay. © Feb. 10, 
1933 ; E pub. 34772 ; Ernest F. White. 

4633 

You're not mine any more ; song, m 
Burrell Van Buren ; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 
13, 1933; E unp. 67609; Clara 
Stewart Cazier. 4634 

You're the melody that fills my heart; 
waltz song, melody Ray Hibbeler. 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 68128 ; 
Dora Bertha Will. 4635 

You're the one I love; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1933; E unp. 67537; 
Nicholas Ciorciari. 4636 

You took the stars out of heaven, when 
you said goodbye to me ; waltz song, 
melody Ray Hibbeler. © 1 c. Feb. 
13, 1933; E unp. 67595; Elsie Sulli- 
van. 4637 

You took the words right out of my 
mouth ; w Harry Pease, m Ed. G. 
Nelson ; with ukulele arr. © Jan. 
20, 1933 ; E pub. 34635 ; Mills music, 
inc. 4638 

You've got me crying again ; w Charles 
Newman, m Isham Jones; with uku- 
lele arr. Haia Kaa. © Feb. 21, 1933 ; 
E pub. 34941 ; Isham Jones, inc. 

4639 

Young (The) duettists ; arr. Cuthbert 
Harris; pf. duet. bk. 3. © Jan. 16, 
1933 ; E for. 28178, 28179 ; Warren & 
Phillips. 4640, 4641 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Young will o' the wisp ; song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 10, 1933; E unp. 67501; Agnes 
Elizabeth Rose. 4642 

Your charm lingers yet; waltz, w W. 
Shane, m T. R. Aurand. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1933; E unp. 68015; Wm. 
Shane and Theodore R. Aurand. 

4643 
Your enchanting charms ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E 
unp. 67925 ; Bennie T. Laurente. 

4644 

Your eyes are mighty, mighty; song, 
m James L. Brown ; with ukulele 
arr. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1933; E unp. 
67602 ; Otto Lowett. 4645 

Your [sic] forgiven ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1933; E unp. 67507; 
Bert Sexton. 4646 

Your hand in mine ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 
11, 1933; E unp. 67576; Lenore 
Chumlea Jones. 4647 

Your kisses; w and melody Cliff 
Quimby. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
67196; Clifford Eugene Quimby. 

4648 

Your name is like a melody ; w Abra- 
ham Brown, and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 68085 ; Cecelia 
Berenzweig Brown. 4649 

Yours ; w, m and ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 19, 1933 ; E unp. 67420 ; Harold 
Eugene Stewart. 4650 



Youth is such a happy thing ; by Ber- 
nard Wagness ; pf. © Jan. 10, 1933 ; 
E pub. 34708 ; Oliver Ditson co.. inc. 

4651 

Zanotti-Bianco (Massimo) Tre can- 
zoni d'amore; su antiche poesie 
popolari italiane, m M. Zanotti- 
Bianco. © Dec. 27 r 1932; E for. 
28286 ; A. Forlivesi & c. 4652 

Zarabanda lejana y Villancico ; par 
Joaquin Rodrigo ; orch. a cordes. 
Partition. © Dec. 30. 1932; E for. 
28522; Editions Max Eschig. 4653 

Zaza ; by Ed. B. Claypoole : pf . © 
Feb. 4. 1933; E pub. 34836; Mills 
music, inc. 4654 

Zum jahresschluss ; text Heinr. Elmen- 
horst [and] Vor der trauung ; text 
Ad. Schramm : m Joh. Wolfg. Frank, 
bearb. Hanns Miessner. op. 15, nr. 2 ; 
mannerchor. a cappella. Partitur. 
© Dec. 31. 1932; E for. 28455: Ed. 
Bote & G. Bock. 4655 

77 lodole e un marito ; commedia bril- 
lantissima, Giulio Bucciolini e Luigi 
Ugolini, m Alfredo Cuscina. © Oct. 
15, 1932 ; D 28397 ; Saporetti & Cap- 
pelli. 4655* 

94th (The) division march; pf. © 
Feb. 23, 1933; E pub. 34962: Harry 
James Jenkins. 4656 



Number of entries in Part 3 of the Catalogue since Jan. 1 1933, Class E. 

Musical compositions (including 2.434 unpublished) 4.656 



182 



LIST OF MUSIC OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPY- 
KIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF 
THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 [4656 



Abide with me ; anthem ; solos and 
quartet. © F. Flaxington Harker, 
as author. R 23306. 1 

Abiding (The) name; w T. M. East- 
wood, m Herbert J. Laeey. © Lin- 
coln W. Hall, Leigh Hall and Philip 
Hall, as children of the deceased 
author of m. R 23147. 2 

Absent : song, w Nelle Richmond 
Eberhart. © Charles Wakefield 
Cadman, as author of m. R 23231. 3 

Abyssinia ; musical comedy, bk. and 
lyrics J. A. Shipp and Alex Rogers, 
m Will Marion Cook. © Lavinia 
Rogers, as widow of Alex Rogers. 
R 23093. 3* 

Accept the Saviour now ; w F. L. 
Snyder, m Howard E. Smith. © M. 
Louise Smith, as widow. R 23174. 4 

Achievement ; song, w Frances Bacon 
Paine. © Harry T. Burleigh, as 
author of m. R 23540. 5 

Acorn (The) ; w S. C. Kirk, m Her- 
bert J. Lacey. © Lincoln W. Hall, 
Leigh Hall and Philip Hall, as chil- 
dren of the deceased author of m. 
R 23734. 6 

Across the fields ; tarantelle, H. Engel- 
mann ; pf . © Marie C. Engelmann, 
as widow. R 23559. 7 

Adieu ; paroles Ch. Grandmougin, m 
Gabriel Faure; mezzo-sop. on bar. 
© Jean Aclolphe Raphael Louis 
Fame and Pierre Maurice Jean 
Baptiste Faure, as next of kin of 
the author, who is not living. R 
22976. 8 

After our wandering, peace divine; w 
William H. Gardner, m W. J. Balt- 
zell; low voice. © Ruth Baltzell 
Swann and Rolfe Edmunds Baltzell, 
as children of the deceased author 
of m. R 23710. 9 

All for me; song, w Lotta B. White. 
© Isaac H. Meredith, as author of 
m. R 23660. 10 



All hail risen King; Easter song, C. 
B. Hawley ; low voice. © Hattie B. 
Hawley, as widow. R 23293. 11 

All will come right ; song, w Eben E. 
Rexford. © C. Austin Miles, as au- 
thor of m. R 23154. 12 

Alleluia ; Sunday school service, by A. 
Geibel, R. Frank Lehman [and 
others] © Adam Geibel, as author. 
R 23182. 13 

Alone ; w Martha D. Bianchi, m op. 
46, no. 4. © Tod B. Galloway, as 
author of m. R 23568. 14 

Am springbrunnen ; op. 30, no. 7 ; 
klavier. © Paul Zilcher, as author. 
R 23412. 15 

Anchor (The) that ever will hold; 
song, w Mrs. Frank A. Breck. © 
Adam Geibel, as author of m. R 
23756. 16 

And as the gulls soar ; song, w Frances 
Bacon Paine. 1. In F.— 2. In E 
flat. © Harry T. Burleigh, as au- 
thor of m. R 23538, 23539. 17, 18 

And the world goes on ; song, m Harry 

0. Sutton. © Jean Lenox, as au- 
thor of w. R 23122. 19 

Angel voices ever near; w LaTouche 
Hancock, m Kathleen Roberts. © 
Robert A. Keiser King, as author of 
m. R 23398. 20 

Angel (The) ward; w S. C. Kirk, 
m Herbert J. Lacey. © Lincoln W. 
Hall, Leigh Hall, and Philip Hall, 
as children of the deceased author 
of m. R 23731. 21 

Animal (The) newspaper; w and m 
W. H. Neidlinger. © Orra Barnum 
Neidlinger, as widow. R 23466. 22 

Apart ; song, w Frances Bacon Paine. 

1. In B flat.— 2. In D flat, © 
Harry T. Burleigh, as author of m. 
R 23509, 23510. 23,24 

Apple blossoms ; by H. Engelmann ; pf . 
© Marie C. Engelmann, as widow. 
R 23266. 25 



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26 



pt. in, 11. s.. v. 28 



Arabian fortune teller; by W. C. F. 
Seeboeck ; pf. © Mabel B. Seeboeck, 
as widow. R 23317. 26 

Are vou helping ; w T. M. Eastwood, in 
Arthur Wilton. © Lincoln W. Hall, 
Leigh Hall and Philip Hall, as chil- 
dren of the deceased author of m. 
R 23158. 27 

Arietta ; par Theodore Lack, op. 97 ; 
pf. et violon. © Berthe Marguerite 
Victorine Tissier, as widow. R 

23008. 28 

Arlette ; operette, paroles Claude Ro- 
land et L. Bouvet. © Jane Vieu, 
Paris, as author of m. R 22991. 29 

Armee (L') mutualiste ; marche, Louis 
Gregh ; pf. © Henri Gregh, as next 
of kin of the author, who is not 
living. R 23012. 30 

As Mount Zion ; anthem, m E. L. Ash- 
ford. © Henry S. Ashford, as child 
of the deceased author. R 23458. 

31 

As the day breaks ; song, w A. A. 
Payn. © C. Austin Miles, as au- 
thor of m. R 23149. 32 

As the earth bringeth forth her bud ; 
harvest anthem, w from the Bible, 
m Cuthbert Harris. © Louisa 
Harris, as widow. R 23342. 33 

Ashes of roses ; w Elaine W. Goodale, 
m C. B. Hawley ; male quartet or 
cho. © Hattie B. Hawley, as widow. 
R 23321. 34 

Ashford (E. L.) Prelude; organ vol- 
untary. © Henry S. Ashford. as 
child of the deceased author. R 
23441. 35 

At the king's court ; suite. John 
Philip Sousa. © Jane Van Middles- 
worth Sousa, as widow. R 23599. 

36 

At Thy sacred altar; w W. H. G., m 
arr. William Hamilton Gerrish ; 
male voices. © Willard P. Gerrish 
and Isabel F. Gerrish. as children 
of the deceased author. R 23691. 

37 

Aubade; flute et pf. © Paul Pierne. 
as author, R 22998. 38 

Auf dem schlossteiche ; op. 30, no. 9; 
klavier. © Paul Zilcher, as author. 
R 23414. 39 

Auf Sicilien ; op. 30. no. 3 ; klavier. © 
Paul Zilcher, as author. R 23408. 

40 



Avowal (The) ; w and m Jules Jordan. 
© Jennie B. Jordan, as next of kin 
of the author who is not living. R 
23297. 41 

Awake thou that sleepest ; m C. A. 
Miles. © C. Austin Miles, as au- 
thor. R 23183. 42 

Awakening ; m E. L. Ashford ; mezzo- 
sop, solo and cho. © Henry S. Ash- 
ford, as child of the deceased author. 
R 23450. 43 

Badinerie ; valse, Geza Horvath, ed. ; 
pf. © Preston Ware Orem. as edi- 
tor. R 23523. 44 

Bagatelle; harpe a pedales. © Ga- 
briel Verdalle, as author. R 22993. 

45 

Baptism ; song, w E. Embree Hoss. © 
Peter C. Lutkin, as author of m. R 
23696. 46 

Beautiful land on high ; w J. Nichol- 
son, m C. A. Havens, op. 31 ; solo 
and quartet. © Edward P. Havens, 
as child of the deceased author. 
R 23504. 47 

Beautiful spring ; song, Bertha Metz- 
ler ; © Laura Borsodi, as child of 
the deceased author. R 23229. 48 

Because He lives; Easter response, w 
Ida Reed Smith. © Edmund S. 
Lorenz, as author of m. R 23435. 

49 

Beckoning (The) star; Christmas 
song, w Franz Christaii. m W. H. 
Neidlinger. 1. In E flat. — 2. In G. 
© Orra Barnum Neidlinger. as 
widow. R 23547. 23548. 50, 51 

Beherzigung : w W. von Goethe, 
m Hugo Kami ; 4 stimmigen gem.- 
chor. Clavierauszug. © Clara Kami, 
as widow. R 23416. 52 

Behold, God is my salvation : m I. B. 
Wilson. © Ira B. Wilson, as au- 
thor. R 23649. 53 

Behold. O Master; m William Hamil- 
ton Gerrish ; male voices. © Wil- 
lard P. Gerrish and Isabel F. Ger- 
rish, as children of the deceased 
author. R 23689. 54 

Behold the conquering king; \v Mrs. 
Frank A. Breck. m J. Lincoln Hall. 
© Lincoln W. Hall. Leigh Hall and 
Philip Hall, as children of the de- 
ceased author. R 2373s. 55 

Behold the king; w Frederic Ranken, 
m Reginald De Koven. © Anna De 
Koven, as widow. R 23109. 56 



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87 



Behold, the Master passeth by ; w 
Bishop How ; low voice. © William 
G. Hammond, as author of m. R 
23345. 57 

Behold there came wise men ; Christ- 
mas anthem, w selected from Holy 
writ James Wilkinson. © Bruce 
Steane, as author of m. R 23522. 

58 

Bell (The) buoy; w and m W. H. 
Neidlinger. © Orra Barnum Neid- 
linger, as widow. R 23491. 59 

Belleville ; song. © Peter C. Lutkin, 
as author. R 23699. 60 

Bells of hope ; Easter service. © 
Isaac H. Meredith, as author. R 
23663. 61 

Birthday reception ; by A. J. Davis ; 
pf. © Louise Davis and Elise A. 
Seyforth, as next of kin of the au- 
thor, who is not living. R 23550. 

62 

Bis friih um fiinfe ; marsch, aus dem 
gleichnamigen schwank, P. Lincke; 
pf. © Paul Lincke, as author. R 

23046. 63 

lied aus dem gleichnamigen 

schwank, text Alfred Schonfeld. © 
Paul Lincke, as author of m. R 

23047. 64 

Black (The) sheep; pastoral, w Fred- 
eric Ranken, m Reginald De Koven. 
© Anna De Koven, as widow. R 
23112. 65 

Blandishment ; caprice, op. 27 ; pf . © 
Charles Wakefield Cadman, as au- 
thor. R 23224. 66 

Blood (The) of Jesus; w Miriam E. 
Oatman, m Herbert J. Lacey. © 
Lincoln W. Hall, Leigh Hall and 
Philip Hall, as children of the de- 
ceased author of m. R. 23155. 67 

Blossom time ; entertainment of verse, 
song and m. © Alice C. D. Riley, 
as author. R 23600. 68 

Blue eyes ; song without w, W. C. E. 
Seeboeck; pf. © Mabel B. See- 
boeck, as widow. R 23553. 69 

Bond (Carrie Jacobs-) Ten songs; 
collection. © Carrie Jacobs-Bond, 
as author. R 23369. 70 

Boo ! How cold ; w and m W. H. Neid- 
linger. © Orra Barnum Neidlinger, 
as widow. R 23484. 71 

Brahms (Johannes) Hungarian dance 
no. 7; concert transcription. © 
Isidore Philipp, as author of arr. 
R 23579. 72 



My faith looks up to Thee; arr. 

W. H. Neidlinger; quartette or cho., 
unacc. © Orra Barnum Neidlinger, 
as widow. R 23303. 73 

Break forth into joy ; anthem, Cuth- 
bert Harris. © Louisa Harris, as 
widow. R 23546. 74 

Bright the sun is shining; w A. A. 

Payn, m Eugene Arnold. © C. 

Austin Miles, as author of w. R 

23753. 75 

Brunette (La) ; valse de concert; vio- 
lin and pf. © Edmund Severn, as 
author. R 23185. 76 

Burrows' piano primer ; rev. and cor- 
rected ed. with additions and pro- 
nouncing dictionary, Frederic Field 
Bullard. © Theodore Vail Bullard, 
as child of the deceased author. R 
23422. 77 

Butterfly (The) ; pf. © Richard Ed- 
ward DeReef, as author. R 23327. 

78 

Cabaletta ; par Theodore Lack, op. 83 ; 
pf. et violon. © Berthe Marguerite 
Victorine Tissier, as widow. R 
23009. 79 

Calinerie; caprice mignonne; pf. © 
Gilbert Raynolds Combs, as author. 
R 23505. 80 

Calm on the listening ear of night ; 
Christmas song, C. B. Hawley ; low 
voice. © Hattie B. Hawley, as 
widow. R 23335. 81 

Catch (The) of the season; selection, 
Herbert E. Haines, Evelyn Baker, 
W. T. Francis and A. Solman; pf. 
© Alfred Solman, as one of the 
authors. R 23065. 82 

Chasse; pf. © Isabelle Deiage-Prat, 
as author. R. 23021. 83 

Cherry blossoms ; by Vallaire Troja ; 
pf. © Robert A. Reiser King, as 
author. R 23387. 84 

Child (The) and the bird; by Emil 
Otto ; pf . © Louise Orth Bosworth, 
as executrix of the author. R 23433. 

85 

Children's praise ; no. 1, ed. I. H. 
Meredith. Grant Colfax Tullar and 
Chas. C. Ackley. © Isaac H. 
Meredith, as one of the authors. R 
23662. 86 

Chimes (The) ; by W. H. Neidlinger; 
pf. © Orra Barnum Neidlinger, as 
widow. R 23234. 87 



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pt. hi, n. s., t. 28 



Christ every day ; song, w T. M. East- 
wood. © C. Austin Miles, as author 
of m. R 23166. 88 

Christ hath conquered; w Mrs. Breck 
and A. J. C, m Herbert J. Lacey. 
© Lincoln W. Hall, Leigh Hall and 
Philip Hall, as children or the de- 
ceased author of m. R 23739. 89 

Christ is risen; Easter anthem, in L. 
O. Emerson. © Mabel H. Emerson, 
as child of the deceased author. L 
23438. 90 

song, w A. A. Payn. © C. Austin 

Miles, as author of m. R 23750. 91 

Christ our Passover ; Easter anthem, 
F. G. Rathbun. © Edna Rathbun, 
as widow. R 23220. 92 

■ m E. L. Ashford. © Henry 

S. Ashford, as child of the deceased 
author. R 23439. 93 

Christ triumphant ; Easter cantata, 
text compiled from Scriptures; soli, 
cho. and organ. © Henry Clough- 
Leighter. as author of m. R 23420. 

94 

Christ's victory; Easter song, w Mrs. 
C. F. Alexander, m W. H. Neidlin- 
ger. 1. In C— 2. In E flat.— 3. In G. 
© Orra Barnum Neidlinger, as 
widow. R 23256-23258. 95-97 

Closed to its rightful owner ; song, w 
Flora Kirkland. © Isaac H. Mere- 
dith, as author of m. R 23652. 98 

Clover bloom ; caprice ; pf. © Robert 
M. Stults, as author. R 23506. 99 

Clown pranks ; caprice, H. L. Quinn ; 
pf. © Robert A. Keiser King, as 
author. R 23204. 100 

Cock robin's reel ; pf . © Edward 
Ellsworth Hipsher, as author. R 
23562. 101 

Columbine ; op. 47, no. 2 ; pf . © Cyril 
Scott, as author. R 23638. 102 

Come, see the place where Jesus lay ; 
Easter anthem, w Thomas Kelley. 
© Stanley R. Avery, as author of 
m. R 23225. 103 

Come unto Me; w LaTouche Hancock, 
m by R. A. King. © Robert A. 
Keiser King, as author of m. R 
23397. 104 

Coining spring ; petite valse de salon, 
Otto Anschuetz ; pf. © Christiana 
Brenneke Anschuetz, as widow. R 
23354. 105 

Comrades of the cross ; connective 
service for Children's day. © Isaac 
H. Meredith, as author. R 23664. 

106 



Conjure (The) man; w J. W. Johnson, 
m Bob Cole. © James W. Johnson, 
as author of w, and Cora Cole Nor- 
man and Carriebel Cole Plummer, 
as next of kin of the author of m, 
who is not living. R 23140. 107 

Conquering (The) King; w S. C. Kirk, 
m Herbert J. Lacey. © Lincoln W. 
Hall, Leigh Hall and Philip Hall, as 
children of the deceased author of 
m. R 23733. 108 

Consolation ; par Frederic Binet, op. 
69 ; pf . © Marie Dupalet, as widow. 
R 23014. 109 

Corsicana (La) ; opera, libretto Stuart 
MacLeah, Italian, H. Ringler. Voc. 
sc. © J. Lewis Browne, as author 
of m. B 23210. 110 

Count thy blessings ; w Ida L. Reed, 
m Howard E. Smith. © M. Louise 
Smith, as widow. R 23180. Ill 

Country dance ; violin and pf. © Don- 
ald Heins, as author. R 23269. 112 

Coy (The) princess; pf. © Charles 
Wakefield Cadman. as author. R 
23427. 113 

Cradle song; by W. H. Neidlinger; pf. 
© Orra Barnum Neidlinger, as 
widow. R 23235. 114 

Cricket (The) and the katy-did ; w 
and m W. H. Neidlinger. © Orra 
Barnum Neidlinger, as widow. R 
23490. 115 

Crown (A) of life laid up for me; w 
Lizzie De Armond, m Maurice A. 
Clifton. © Lincoln W. Hall. Leigh 
Hall and Philip Hall, as children of 
the deceased author of m. R 23152. 

116 

Cuckoos (The) dancing; pf. © Ed- 
ward Ellsworth Hipsher, as author. 
R 23564. 117 

Cupid's grammar ; duet, w Frederic 
Ranken, m Reginald De Koven. © 
Anna De Koven. as widow. R 23102. 

118 

Czardas ; harpe a pedales. © Gabriel 
Verdalle, as author. R 22994. 119 

Dance (The) of the brownies ; pf. © 
Edith L. Laver. as author. R 23364. 

120 

Dance of the dewdrops; dance charac- 
teristic, Marie Louka. © Johann C. 
Schmid, as author. R 23353. 121 

Dancing shadows: mazurka caprice, 
H. Engelmann ; pf. © Marie C. 
Engelmann. as widow. R 23243. 

122 



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153 



Dans le jardin fleuri ; par Frederic 
Binet, op. 68 ; pf. © Marie Dupalet, 
as widow. R 23002. 123 

Dashing troopers ; march, H. Engel- 
niann ; pf. © Marie C. Engelmann, 
as widow. R 23555. 124 

Dawn (The) of God's dear Sabbath; 
mixed voices. © Elmer S. Hosmer, 
as author. R 23606. 125 

Day dreams ; organ voluntary, E. L. 
Ashford. © Henry S. Ashford, as 
child of the deceased author. R 
23442. 126 

Day (The) is past and over; med. 
voice. © August Krapf, as author. 
R 23524. 127 

Day (The) of resurrection; Easter 
anthem, op. 25 ; mixed voices. © 
Charles Gilbert Spross, as author. 
R 23295. 128 

Dear little Dollie ; waltz, H. Engel- 
mann ; pf. © Marie C. Engelmann, 
as widow. R 23556. 129 

Dem lovin' words sound mighty good 
to me; w J. W. Johnson, m Rosa- 
mond Johnson. © James W. John- 
son and J. Rosamond Johnson, as 
authors. R 23138. 130 

Depart; poesie francaise Jan Ehr- 
hardt, poesie italienne Achille Rich- 
ard, m Alfredo Barbirolli. © Lu- 
cienne Dusacq, as widow of the 
author of m. R 23023. 131 

Desire ; w Martha D. Bianchi, m op. 
46, no. 5, © Tod B. Galloway, as 
author of m. R 23567. 132 

Despair ; m E. L. Ashford ; mezzo-sop. 
solo and cho. © Henry S. Ashford, 
as child of the deceased author. R 
23447. 133 

Deuxieme poeme lyrique sur le livre 
de Job; chant et pf. © Henri Ra- 
baud, as author. R 23005. 134 

Did you ever ; w and m W. H. Neid- 
linger. © Orra Barnum Neidlinger, 
as widow. R 23496. 135 

Discontented (The) gold-fish; w and 
m W. H. Neidlinger. © Orra Bar- 
num Neidlinger, as widow. R 23462. 

136 

Discontented (The) gold-fish and other 
children's songs ; by W. H. Neid- 
linger. © Orra Barnum Neidlinger, 
as widow. R 23461. 137 

Don't be what you ain't ; from Moon- 
shine, w George V. Hobart and Ed- 



win Milton Royle, m Silvio Hein. 
© Ann M. Hein, as widow. R 23056. 

138 

Don't come in, sir, please ; song, w 
from Chinese, Herbert A. Giles ; in 
D. © Cyril Scott, as author of m. 
R 23642. 139 

Down in the old town hall ; w and m 
George Evans. © Millie Evans, as 
widow. R 23085. 140 

Down Tennessee ; barn dance ; pf. © 
Dox Cruger, as author. R 23090. 

141 

Dream (The) fairy; by W. C. E. See- 
boeck; pf. © Mabel B. Seeboeck, 
as widow. 23316. 142 

Dream land; cradle song, w Louise 
Alston Burleigh. © Harry T. Bur- 
leigh, as author of m. R 23519. 143 

Dream (The) of peace ; song, w Wm. 
H. Gardner. 1. Low voice. — 2, High 
voice. © Adam Geibel, as author of 
m. R 23544, 23545. 144, 145 

Dreamland ; reverie nocturne, H. En- 
gelmann ; pf . © Marie C. Engel- 
mann, as widow. R 23237. 146 

Dreamy eyes ; w Ren Shields, m George 
Evans. © Grace Shields, as widow 
of the author of w, and Millie Evans, 
as widow of the author of m. R 
23084. 147 

Eagle (The) and the lion; w and m 
W. H. Neidlinger. © Orra Barnum 
Neidlinger, as widow. R 23498. 148 

Easter brightness ; w S. C. Kirk, m 
Herbert J. Lacey. © Lincoln W. 
Hall, Leigh Hall and Philip Hall, as 
children of the deceased author of 
m. R 23726. 149 

Easter chimes ; coll. of dialogues, exer- 
cises, motion songs, etc., ed. © Karl 
K. Lorenz, as author of editing. R 
23440. 150 

Easter greeting; w S. C. Kirk, m Her- 
bert J. Lacey. © Lincoln W. Hall, 
Leigh Hall and Philip Hall, as chil- 
dren of the deceased author of nu 
R 23725. 151 

Easter (An) hallelujah; response. © 
Edmund S. Lorenz, as author of m. 
R 23437. 152 

Easter heralds ; w S. C. Kirk, m Her- 
bert J. Lacey. © Lincoln W. Hall, 
Leigh Hall and Philip Hall, as chil- 
dren of the deceased author of m. 
R 23727. 153 



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Easter morning ; m E. L. Ashford ; sop., 
or ten. © Henry S. Ashford, as 
child of the deceased author. R 
23445. 154 

service, J. Lincoln Hall and Irvin 

H. Mack. © Lincoln W. Hall, Leigh 
Hall and Philip Hall, as children of 
the deceased author. R 23768. 155 

Easter (The) trumpet; w Alice Jean 
Cleator, m Maurice A. Clifton. © 
Lincoln W. Hall, Leigh Hall and 
Philip Hall, as children of the de- 
ceased author of m. R 23741. 156 

Eclectic (The) course of graded 
studies in piano playing ; op. 14, v. 1, 
© Johann M. Blose, as author. R 
23597. 157 

Ecstasy; m E. L. Ashford; sop. © 
Henry S. Ashford, as child of the 
deceased author. R 23449. 158 

Eggs-actly so ; w and m W. H. Neid- 
linger. © Orra Barnum Neidlinger, 
as widow. R 23472. 159 

Elementary piano technics ; op. 19. © 
Johann M. Blose, as author. R 
23596. 160 

En reve ; harpe k pedales. © Gabriel 
Verdalle, as author. R 22995. 161 

Erlkonigs toehter ; op. 30, no. 6 ; 
klavier. © Paul Zilcher, as author. 
R 23411. 162 

Erntereigen ; op. 30, no. 2 ; klavier. © 
Paul Zilcher, as author. R 23407. 

163 

Esquisse sur un vieux cri de la rue; 
orgue. © P. L. Hillemacher, as au- 
thor. R 23035. 164 

Eternal life and love; sacred song. 
1. High voice. — 2. Low voice. © F. 
Leon Percippe, as author. R 23586, 
23587. 165, 166 

Ethel Levy's Virginia song. © George 
M. Cohan, as author. R 23692. 167 

Evening hymn; w E. W. Denison, m 
Chas. K. Langely, arr. © Issac H. 
Meredith, as author of arr. R 
23655. 168 

Evening prayer; by P. A. Schnecker ; 
mixed voices. © Louise N. Sch- 
necker, as widow. R 23228. 169 

Expectation ; prelude and sop. solo, 
E. L. Ashford ; with violin obbl. © 
Henry S. Ashford, as child of the 
deceased author. R 23451. 170 

Fair Easter; song, m J. Lincoln Hall. 
© Irvin H. Mack, as author of w. 
R 23736. 171 



Fairest Lord Jesus : hymn-anthem, 
melody Batiste, in arr. F. H. 
Brackett; mixed voices. © Mary L. 
Brackett, as widow. R 23227. 172 

Far behind ; w F. L. Snyder, m 
Howard E. Smith. © M. Louise 
Smith, as widow. R 23181. 173 

Far from my heavenly home ; w H. T. 
Lyte, m W. H. Neidlinger. 1. In D 
min. — 2. In F. min. © Orra Bar- 
num Neidlinger, as widow. R 23513, 
23514. 174, 175 

Farewell-melody; pf. © Edward M. 
Read, as author. R 23591. 176 

Festival-march ; organ. © Edward M. 
Read, as author. R 23215. 177 

Fine fleur ; valse de salon, Paul 

Wachs ; pf . © Blanche Marie 

Pauline Simone Lemarchand, as 

widow. R 23026. 178 

Fire (The) ; w and m W. H. Neidlinger. 
© Orra Barnum Neidlinger, as 
widow. R 23487. 179 

Fire and flame ; march and two-step, 
by Marie Louka. © Johann C. 
Schmid, as author. R 23352. 180 

First recreation repertoire; coll. fin- 
gered and arr. in progressive order 
from grade 1 to grade 2. Albert W. 
Berg. © Lillie Berg, as widow. 
R 23063. 181 

First study-melody ; by Pierre Renard, 
op. 5, no. 1; pf., in treble clef. © 
Marie C. Engelmann. as widow. R 
23532. 182 

Fleeting hours ; pastorale, Paul Brink- 
man ; pf. © Robert A. Keiser King, 
as author. R 23390. 183 

reverie, Marie Louka. © Johann 

C. Schmid, as author. R 23351. 

184 

Flowers and ferns; tone poem, R. A. 
Keiser; pf. © Robert A. Keiser 
King, as author. R 23393. 185 

Fold (A) song; m A. Nevin. © 
Arthur Nevin, as author. R 23332. 

186 

Folk songs of many nations ; coll. and 
ed. with preface and annotations, 
Louis C. Elson. © Bertha L. Elson, 
as widow. R 23595. 187 

Foolish; from Moonshine, w George 
V. Hobart, m Silvio Hein. © Ann 
M. Hein, as widow. R 23060. 188 

Foolish (The) little worm; w and m 
W. H. Neidlinger. © Orra Barnum 
Neidlinger, as widow. R 23468. 189 



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For love's sweet sake ; song, w Cor- 
nelius J. Fassio. © Adam Geibel, 
as author. R 23236. 190 

For me ; w T. M. Eastwood, m Herbert 
J. Lacey. © Lincoln W. Hall, Leigh 
Hall and Philip Hall, as children of 
the deceased author of m. R 23176. 

191 

Fordham ram ; march and two step, J. 
Ignatius Coveney; pf. © James A. 
Coveney, as next of kin of the au- 
thor, who is not living. R 23614. 

192 

Foreboding; m E. L. Ashford ; mezzo- 
sop, solo and cho. © Henry S. Ash- 
ford, as child of the deceased au- 
thor. R 23448. 193 

Forest (A) legend; by W. H. Neid- 
linger; pf. © Orra Barnum Neid- 
linger, as widow. R 23233. 194 

Forest sprites; valse-etude, op. 50, no. 
2 ; pf. © Frederick A. Williams, as 
author. R 23282. 195 

Forward for Christ our King ; song, w 
Lizzie De Armond. © Adam Geibel. 
as author of m. R 23763. 196 

Four (The) leaved clover; w Ella 
Higginson, m op. 46, no. 6. © Tod 
B. Galloway, as author of m. R 
23566. 197 

Friendship songs ; op. 46. © Tod B. 
Galloway, as author. R 23574. 198 

From Calvary to Olivet; collective 
service, w S. C. Kirk, m J. Lincoln 
Hall. © Lincoln W. Hall, Leigh 
Hall and Philip Hall, as children of 
the deceased author. R 23767. 199 

■ w S. C. Kirk, m Herbert J. Lacey. 

© Lincoln W. Hall, Leigh Hall and 
Philip Hall, as children of the de- 
ceased author of m. R 23729. 200 

From Norway ; danse caprice, Carl 
Koelling, op. 362; pf. © Gertrude 
Koelling, as widow. R 23247. 201 

From whence earnest thou; w and m 
William Hamilton Gerrish ; male 
voices. © Willard P. Gerrish and 
Isabel F. Gerrish, as children of the 
deceased author. R 23690. 202 

Fughetta ; a tre voci ; orgue. © P. L. 
Hillemacher, as author. R 23030. 

203 

Gates (The) of gladness; song, m J. 
Lincoln Hall. © Irvin H. Mack, as 
author of w. R 23742. 204 



Gavotte bleue ; de Edmond Missa ; 
violon et pf. © Jeanne Barbant, as 
widow. R 22984. 205 

Gavotte moderne ; violin and pf. © 
Edmund Severn, as author. R 
23186. 206 

General Grant's grand march; by E. 
Mack, ed. and fingered Hans Lichter ; 
pf. © Henry Clough-Leighter, as 
author of editing and fingering. R 
23431. 207 

Geschichte aus der spinnstube ; op. 30, 
no. 8; klavier. © Paul Zilcher, as 
author. R 23413. 208 

Gift (A) of silence; song, w Ernest 
Dowson ; in F. © Cyril Scott, as 
author of m. R 23640. 209 

Gipsies ; by Georg Eggeling, ed. W. P. 
Mero; pf. © Preston Ware Orem, 
as editor. R 23249. 210 

Give me death or victory; w Geo. 
Broadhurst, m Max S. Witt. © Al- 
bert Witt, as next of kin of the au- 
thor, who is not living. R 23124. 

211 

Give me thy heart love; romanza, w 
Frederic Ranken, m Reginald De 
Koven. © Anna De Koven, as 
widow. R 23101. 212 

Gleason ; hymn, 2d tune. © Peter C. 
Lutkin, as author. R 23703. 213 

Glory be to Jesus; anthem, w E. Cas- 
well; sop. solo and quartet or cho. 
© J. Christopher Marks, as author 
of m. R 23313. 214 

Go, lovely rose; poem E. Waller; low 
voice. © Charles Gilbert Spross, as 
author of m. R 23320. 215 

m W. H. Neidlinger. In D.- 



In A. © Orra Barnum Neidlinger, 
as widow. R 23515, 23516. 216, 217 

God be merciful to me ; sacred song. 
1. High voice. — 2. Low voice. © F. 
Leon Percippe, as author. R 23588, 
23589. 218, 219 

Golden harps are sounding; Easter 
anthem, w Frances R. Havergal; 
mixed voices. © J. Lewis Browne, 
as author of m. R 23311. 220 

Good-bye ; by Georg Eggeling, ed. W. 
P. Mero; pf. © Preston Ware 
Orem, as editor. R 23250. 221 

Good old wind ; flag song, w and m 
W. H. Neidlinger. © Orra Barnum 
Neidlinger, as widow. R 23478. 

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Grande valse caprice ; by H. Engel- 
mann ; pf. © Marie C. Engelmann, 
as widow. R 23260. 223 

Graziella ; harpe a pedales. © Ga- 
briel Verdalle, as author. R 22992. 

224 

Hail, gladdening light ; mixed voices. 
© Henry Ernest Nichol, as author. 
R 23578. 225 

Hail to the brightness ; anthem, w 
Thomas Hastings. © Edmund S. 
Lorenz, as author of m. R 23454. 

226 

Hallelujah Jesus saves me; song. © 
F. E. Hill, as author. R 23199. 227 

Happy is the summer day; madrigal, 
w Frederic Ranken, m Reginald De 
Koven. © Anna De Koven, as 
widow. R 23113. 228 

Happyland ; comic opera, m Reginald 
De Koven. 1. Prelude ; pf .— 2. 
Waltzes ; pf. — 3. Waltzes ; orch. — 1. 
Selection ; pf. © Anna De Koven, 
as widow. R 23108, 23132, 23136, 
23142. 229-232 

w Frederic Ranken, m Reginald 

De Koven. 1. Finale 2.-2. Act 1, 
opening ensemble. — 3. Complete voc. 
sc. © Anna De Koven, as widow. 
R 23111, 23133, 23135. 233-235 

Hare and hounds ; galop, H. Engel- 
mann ; pf. © Marie C. Engelmann, 
as widow. R 23558. 236 

Hark ! hark ! my soul ; w Frederick W. 
Faber. © J. M. Harris, as author 
of m. R 23359. 237 

Hark! the song; song, m Herbert J. 
Lacey. © Irvin H. Mack, as author 
of w. R 23744. 238 

Harvest time ; entertainment of verse, 
song and m. © Alice C. D. Riley, 
as author. R 23601. 239 

Have faith in God; song. © J. M. 
Harris, as author. R 23196. 240 

He arose; w A. A. Payn, m C. Harold 
Lowden. © C. Austin Miles, as au- 
thor of w. R 23746. 241 

He's such a li'l trouble ; song ; low 
voice. © Oley Speaks, as author. 
R 23337. 242 

He surely means me ; song. © Wil- 
liam Edie Marks, as author. R 
23723. 243 

He waits for thee; w Elsie Duncan 
Yale, m Herbert J. Lacey. © Lin- 
coln W. Hall, Leigh Hall and Philip 
Hall, as children of the deceased au- 
thor of m. R 23168. 244 



Heart's (The) springtide; song, w 
Martha Gilbert Dickinson; in A 
flat. © Alfred Wooler, as author of 
m. R 23502. 245 

Heaven ; w Martha D. Bianchi, m op. 
46, no. 2. © Tod B. Galloway, as 
author of m. R 23570. 246 

Heimlich stille und leise ; gavotte, aus 
Bis friih um funfe, text Alfred 
Schonfeld. © Paul Lincke, as au- 
thor of m. R 23052. 247 

1. Orch. stimmen. — 2. Pf. © 

Paul Lincke, as author. R 23049, 
23050. 248, 249 

Herren (Die) von Maxim; potpourri; 
klavier. © Viktor Hollaender, as 
author. R 23695. 250 

Hill and dale; op. 116; pf. © Carl 
Wilhelm Kern, as author. R 23285. 

251 

Hillemacher (P. L.) Marche ; orgue. 
© P. L. Hillemacher, as author. 
R 23037. 252 

Hochzeitsreigen ; walzer ; pf . © Paul 
Lincke, as author. R 23040. 253 

Hommage a Rameau ; de Claude De- 
bussy ; pf. © Emma Lea Moyse, as 
widow. R 22999. 254 

Hop-toad (The) ; pf. © Richard Ed- 
ward DeReef, as author. R 23324. 

255 

Hosanna ; song, w A. A. Payn. © C. 
Austin Miles, as author of m. R 
23747. 256 

How'd you like to furnish up a home 
for me ; w Ren Shields, m Maxwell 
Silver. © Grace Shields, as widow. 
R 23092. 257 

How do you do ; w and m W. H. Neid- 
linger. © Orra Barnum Neidlinger, 
as widow. R 23497. 258 

How happy could this chappie be ; from 
Moonshine, w Geo. V. Hcbart and 
Edwin Milton Royle, m Silvio Hein. 
© Ann M. Hein, as widow. R 
23076. 259 

How I love flowers ; duet, w Frederic 
Ranken, m Reginald De Koven. © 
Anna De Koven, as widow. R 23115. 

260 

Hundred (A) years from now; from 
Moonshine, w George V. Hobart and 
Edwin Milton Royle, m Silvio Hein. 
© Ann M. Hein, as widow. R 
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Hungarian Gipsy; by W. C. E. See- 
boeck; pf. © Mabel B. Seeboeck. 
as widow. R 23318. 262 

Hungry (The) robin; w and m W. H. 
Neidlinger. © Orra Barnum Neid- 
linger, as widow. R 23495. 263 

Hunting (A) song; w and m W. H. 
Neidlinger. © Orra Barnum Neid- 
linger, as widow. R 23493. 264 

Hushaby baby ; song, op. 46, no. 3. © 
Tod B. Galloway, as author. R 
23569. 265 

Hymn (A) of thanksgiving; sacred 
song. 1. In B flat.— 2 In D. © 
Walter S. Young, as author of m. 
R 23530, 23531. 266, 267 

I acknowledge my transgressions ; re- 
sponse after prayer, m E. L. Ash- 
ford. © Henry S. Ashford, as child 
of the deceased author. R 23457. 

268 

I as a soldier ; march, A. J. Davis ; pf. 
© Louise Davis and Elise A. Sey- 
forth, as next kin of the author, who 
is not living. R 23551. 269 

I can but sing; m H. H. Pike; 4-pt. 
women's voices. © Harry Hale 
Pike, as author. R 23755. 270 

I heard the voice of Jesus say ; by F. G. 
Rathbun ; sop. and ten. duet. © 
Edna Rathbun, as widow. R 23251. 

271 

I know I shall see Him in glcry ; song. 
© Maude Anita Hart, as author. R 
23358. 272 

I know who pilots me ; w James Rowe, 
m Howard E. Smith. © M. Louise 
Smith, as widow. R 23148. 273 

I lay my sins on Jesus ; mixed voices. 
© Oley Speaks, as author. R 23222. 

274 

I like you very much ; from Moon- 
shine, w George " Hobart, m Silvio 
Hein. © Ann M. Hein, as widcw. 
R 23079. 275 

I like your way ; from The duke of 
Duluth, w J. J. Walker, m Max S. 
Witt. © James J. Walker, as 
author of w, and Albert Witt, as 
next of kin of the author of m, who 
is not living. R 23144. 276 

I'll be there by and by ; w and m Her- 
bert J. Lacey. © Lincoln W. Hall, 
Leigh Hall and Philip Hall, as chil- 
dren of the deceased author. R 
23153. 277 



I'll soon be there; song, w Mary 
Slater. © L. E. Jones, as author of 
m. R 23360. 278 

I lost my heart way down in Alabama ; 
w Rene Brenner, m H. W. Petrie. 
© Julia C. Petrie, as widow. R 
23068. 279 

I love my Jean ; w Burns ; low voice. 
© William G. Hammond, as author 
of m. R 23283. 280 

w Robert Burns, m W. H. Neid- 
linger. In D. — In F. © Orra Bar- 
num Neidlinger, as widow. R 23517, 
23518. 281, 282 

I love Thy kingdom, Lord ; w Taubert, 
m arr. W. H. Neidlinger ; quartette 
or cho.-sop. solo. © Orra Barnum 
Neidlinger, as widow. R 23528. 283 

I love you because you are ycu, dear ; 
from Coming thro' the Rye, w George 
V. Hobart, m A. Baldwin Sloane. 
© Mae Auwerda Sloane, as widow. 
R 23083. 284 

I've been redeemed ; song, w A. A. 
Payn. © C. Austin Miles, as au- 
thor of m. R 23769. 285 

I want to go back to the boulevard; 
from Moonshine, w Gecrge V. Ho- 
bart, m Silvio Hein. © Ann M. 
Hein, as widow. 23078. 286 

I wish to tune my quivering lyre; w 
from Greek of Anacreon, by Lord 
Byron, m op. 30; male cho. © 
Charles Gilbert Spross, as author of 
m. R 23289. 28T 

Idilio ; par Theodore Lack, op. 134 ; 
pf. et violon. © Berthe Marguerite 
Victcrine Tissier, as widow. R 
23010. 288 

If I were your sweetheart; song, w 
E. Blanche Burns. © Frederick 
William Wodell, as author of m. R 
23244. 289 

If my man could do it for me; from 
Duke of Duluth, w Geo. H. Broad- 
hurst, m Max S. Witt. © Albert 
Witt, as next of kin of the author 
of m, who is not living. R 23104. 

290 

If ye then be risen with Christ; by 
Abram W. Lansing ; mixed voices. 
© Jennie A. L. Lansing, as execu- 
trix of the author. R 23605. 291 

Impromptu in E minor ; voluntary, 
E. L. Ashford ; pipe organ. © Henry 
S. Ashford, as child of the deceased 
author. R 23444. 292 



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Improvisations ; suite ; orgue. © P. L. 
Hillemaeher, as author. R 23033. 

293 

In a whirl ; valse vertigineuse, Paul 
Wachs ; pf. © Blanche Marie Paul- 
ine Simone Lemarchand, as widow. 
R 23292. 294 

In der schmiede ; op. 30, no. 5 ; klavier. 
© Paul Zilcher, as author. R 23410. 

295 

In festal array ; march, H. Engelmann. 
1. Pf.— 2. Pf. duet. © Marie C. En- 
gelmann, as widow. R 23593, 23594. 

296, 297 

In Immanuel's land ; anthem, w Annie 
Ross Cousin. © Edmund S. Lorenz, 
as author of m. R 23455. 298 

In my submarine ; w Geo. V. Hobart, 
m Silvio Hein. © Ann M. Hein, as 
widow. R 23070. 299 

In our set; duet, w Dick Temple, m 
Silvio Hein. © Ann M. Hein, as 
widow. R 23067. 300 

In the balmy bye and bye ; from Clov- 
erdell, w D. K. Stevens, m George 
Lowell Tracy. © David Stevens, 
as author. R 23073. 301 

In the boat ; waltz, Homer Norris ; 
pf., or cabinet organ. © Margaret 
Copinus, as child of the deceased 
author. R 23572. 302 

In the golden autumn time, my sweet 
Elaine ; w Richard H. Gerard, m 
S. R. Henry. © Henry R. Stern. 
as author of m. R 23137. 303 

In the shadow of His wings ; song, 
w Eben E. Rexford. © C. Austin 
Miles, as author of m. R 23159. 301 

In the springtime I'll be with you, 
sweetheart mine; song, w John J. 
Nilan. © R. L. Halle, as author of 
m. R 23126. 305 

In the swing ; w and m W. H. Neid- 
linger. © Orra Barnum Neidlinger. 
as widow. R 23467. 306 

Indiana ; marche two-step, O. Cre- 
mieux et J. B. Boldi ; pf . © Octave 
Cremieux, as author. R 23139. 

307 

Indiscreet (The) parakeet; from Clov- 
erdell, w D. K. Stevens, m George 
Lowell Tracy. © David Stevens, as 
author. R 23072. 308 



Is it nothing to you ; w Elsie Duncan 
Yale, m Maurice A. Clifton. © Lin- 
coln W. Hall, Leigh Hall and Philip 
Hall, as children of the deceased au- 
thor of m. R 23162. 309 

Is yo'? Yo' is ; song, m C. Jacobs-Bond. 
© Carrie Jacobs-Bond, as author. 
R 23370. 310 

It is Jesus blessed Jesus ; song, w 
Edgar Lewis. © L. E. Jones, as 
author of m. R 23356. 311 

It was a lover and his lass ; madrigal, 
w Shakespeare ; mixed voices. © 
Philip H. Goepp. as author of m. R 
23287. 312 

Je ne veux pas autre chose ; poesie 
Victor Hugo, English substitute W. 
H. N„ m W. H. Neidlinger. 1. Low 
voice in C. — 2. High voice in E flat. 
© Orra Barnum Neidlinger, as 
widow. R 23304. 23305. 313, 314 

Jennie ; song, w Fred Emerson Brooks. 
© Isaac H. Meredith, as author of 
m. R 23653. 315 

Jesus Christ is risen to-day ; Latin 
hymn 14th century, m W. H. Neid- 
linger ; mixed voices. © Orra Bar- 
num Neidlinger. as widow. R 23254. 

316 

Jesus ever is the same true friend : 
song, w A. J. C. © C. Austin Miles, 
as author of m. R 23157. 317 

Jesus, I live to Thee ; mixed voices. 
© Oley Speaks, as author. R 23221. 

318 

Jesus is mine ; song, w Catharine J. 
Bonar. © Isaac H. Meredith, as au- 
thor of m. R 23647. 319 

Jesus, King of heaven ; w A. A. Payn. 
m W. A. Post. © C. Austin Miles, 
as author of w. R 23748. 320 

Jesus lives; song, w Johnson Oatman, 
jr. © Isaac H. Meredith, as author 
of in. R 23648. 321 

w S. C. Kirk, m Herbert J. Lacey. 

© Lincoln AY. Hall, Leigh Hall. 
Philip Hall, as children of the de- 
ceased author of m. R 23730. 322 

Jesus lover of my soul ; m R. E. De 
Reef; quartet or cho., with sop. and 
bass solos, alto and ten. duet. © 
Richard Edward De Reef, as author. 
R 23500. 323 

Jesus now saves me : song. © J. M. 
Harris, as author. R 23195. 324 



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Jesus, Saviour, pilot me; song;, J. E. 
Gould, arr. © Isaac H. Meredith, 
as author of arr. R 23659. 325 

Jesus tender Shepherd ; song. © Her- 
bert J. Wrightson, as author. R 
23362. 326 

Jesus will not let me go ; song, w Mrs. 
J. M. Hunter. © C. Austin Miles, 
as author of m. R 23177. 327 

Joshua; song, w John Hay. © Peter 
C. Lutkin, as author of m. R 23700. 

328 

Joy overflowing; song, m Arthur Wil- 
ton. © Irvin H. Mack, as author 
of w. R 23156. 329 

Joyeuse espagne; valse espagnole, Ga- 
briel Allier ; orch. © Marie Aline 
Jeanne Laune, as widow. R 22987. 

330 

Joyful is my soul today ; song, w Mrs. 
J. M. Hunter. © C. Austin Miles, 
as author of m. R 23172. 331 

Joys of spring; 2-pt. waltz-song, w 
George Cooper, m Adam Geibel, arr. 
Hans Lichter; women's voices. 
Henry Clough-Leighter. as author of 
arr. R 23425. 332 

Jugend ist schon; lied; aus Prinzess 
Rosine, text Bolten Backers. © 
Paul Lincke, as author of m. R 
23051. 333 

Juggler (The) ; by George Rosey; pf. 
© George M. Rosenberg, as author. 
R 23194. 334 

June (A) song; song; low voice. © 
Arthur Nevin, as author of m. R 
23280. 335 

June time ; w William F. Collins, 
men's cho. © J. Lewis Browne, as 
author of m. R 23299. 336 

Just as I am ; song, w Charlotte Elliot. 
© Isaac H. Meredith, as author of 
m. R 23661. 337 

Just eighteen years ago ; from Happy- 
land, w Frederic Ranken, m Reginald 
De Koven. © Anna De Koven, as 
widow. R 23129. 338 

Kick-o-ree-kee ; w and m W. H. Neid- 
linger. © Orra Barnum Neidlinger, 
as widow. R 23464. 339 

King Alfred's hymn ; sacred pt.-song, w 
King Alfred the Great ; trio of wom- 
en's voices. © Hamilton C. Mac- 
dougall, as author of m. R 23429. 

340 

King's (The) anointed; w William H. 
Gardner, m W. J. Baltzell ; med. 
voice. © Ruth Baltzell Swann and 



Rolfe Edmunds Baltzell, as children 
of the deceased author of m. R 
23709. 341 

Kiisse mich ; walzerronde, aus Prin- 
zess Rosine; pf. u. gesang. © Paul 
Lincke, as author. R 23041. 342 

Larghetto in F; organ. © Edward 
M. Read, as author. R 23217. 

343 

Last night I dreamed of you; song. 
© Dox Cruger. as author. R 23095. 

344 

Lead me to the rock ; song, w J. Bur- 
t's White. © Adam Geibel, as au- 
thor of m. R 23761. 345 

Lead us, O Father ; op. 32 ; mixed 
quartet. © Charles Gilbert Spross, 
as author. R 23308. 346 

Lend a hand ; song, w T. M. Eastwood. 
© C. Austin Miles, as author of m. 
R 23161. 347 

Let me write what I never dared to 
tell; song, Chas. E. Casey and Rose 
Monrose [pseud.] © Eunice M. 
Rosenfeld, as widow of M. H. Rosen- 
feld. R 23091. 348 

Let us now fear the Lord; harvest 
anthem, w from the Bible; mixed 
voices, organ ace. © Bruce Steane, 
as author of m. R 23339. 349 

Life (The) of a leaf; cantata, m 
Emma L. Ashford ; women's voices. 
© Henry S. Ashford, as child of 
the deceased author. R 23456. 350 

Lift up His banner ; song, w Lizzie 
De Armond. © Adam Geibel,. as 
author of m. R 23764. 351 

Lift up your voices now ; Easter an- 
them, m William H. Neidlinger. © 
Orra B. Neidlinger, as widow. R 
23423. 352 

Lift your glad voices; Easter anthem. 

, © F. Leon Percippe, as author. R 

23274. 353 

Light of Easter morning; w Alice 
Jean Cleator, m Herbert H. Lacey. 
© Lincoln W. Hall, Leigh Hall and 
Philip Hall, as children of the de- 
ceased author of m. R 23743. 354 

Light (The) of hope; Easter song, w 
William H. Gardner; in B flat. © 
Adam Geibel, as author of m. R 
23281. 355 



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Light (The) of life; w S. C. Kirk, in 
Herbert J. Lacey. © Lincoln W. 
Hall. Leigh Hall and Philip Hall, as 
children of the deceased author of 
m. R 23732. 356 

Li'l boy; w Frank L. Stanton, m W. 
H. Neidlinger. © Orra Barnum 
Neidlinger, as widow. R 23582. 

357 

Lilacs ; song, w Nelle Richmond Eber- 
hart; in D. © Charles Wakefield 
Cadman, as author of m. R 23592. 

358 

Lily (The) and the moon; duet, w 
Frederic Ranken, m Reginald De 
Koven. © Anna De Koven, as 
widow. R 23121. 359 

Little (The) Chinese boy; w and m 
W. H. Neidlinger. © Orra Barnum 
Neidlinger, as widow. R 23483. 

360 

Little (The) French duck; w and m 
W. H. Neidlinger. © Orra Barnum 
Neidlinger, as widow. R 23479. 

361 

Little red papoose ; song, from The 
girl and the bandit. © Benj. Hap- 
good Burt, as author. R 23058. 

Little sheep-bells ; by Paul Beaumont, 
ed. and fingered Hans Lichter ; pf. 
© Henry Clough-Leighter, as author 
of ed. and fingering. R 23432. 363 

Little sprites ; waltz ; pf . © Richard 
Edward DeReef. as author. R 
23326. 364 

Little sweethearts ; schottische, H. En- 
gelmann; pf. © Marie C. Engel- 
mann, as widow. H 23557. 365 

Live to be a blessing ; w E. E. Hewitt, 
m H. J. Lacey. © Lincoln W. Hall, 
Leigh Hall and Philip Hall, as chil- 
dren of the deceased author of m. 
R 23178. 366 

Look for me; song, w A. A. Payn. © 
C. Austin Miles, as author of m. 
R 23164. 367 

Looking upward; suite, John Philip 
Sousa ; full military band. © Jane 
Van Middlesworth Sousa, as widow. 
R 23272. 368 

Lord (The) is King; anthem, w from 
Psalm 93 ; mixed voices ; organ ace. 
© Bruce Steane, as author of m. R 
23340. 369 

Lord (The) is my light; anthem, w 
from the Bible ; mixed voices ; organ 



ace. © Arthur W. Marchant, as 
author of m. R 23344. 370 

Lord (The) is my shepherd; anthem, 
C. B. Hawley ; mixed voices. © 
Hattie B. Hawley, as widow. R 
23529. 371 

Lord (The) is risen again; Easter an- 
them, m C. B. Adams. © Carrie B. 
Adams, as author. © 23434. 372 

Lotus land ; op. 47, no. 1 ; pf . © Cyril 
Scott, as author. R 23643. 37a 

Love Divine, all love excelling; m R. 
E. De Reef; quartet or cho., with 
ten. and bass solos, sop. and alto 
duet. © Richard Edward De Reef, 
as author. R 23499. 374 

Love's enchantment ; w Julian Durand. 
m C. B. Hawley ; low voice. © Hat- 
tie B. Hawley, as widow. R 23328. 

375 

Love's reverie ; song, m W. S. Younsr. 
1. In F.— 2. In A flat. © Walter S. 
Young, as author. R 23511, 23512. 

376,377 

Love's token ; w Thomas Moore, m op. 
75, no. 3 ; men's voices. © Daniel 
Protheroe. as author of m. R 23322. 

378 

Lullalo: Irish lullaby; pf. © Wm. 
Caven Barron, as author. R 23336. 

379 

Magic (The) hour; op. 34, no. 6; sop., 
or ten. © Henry A. Clough-Leigh- 
ter, as author. R 23612. 380 

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis ; short 
festival setting ; mixed voices ; or- 
gan ace. ; in G. © Bruce Steane, as 
author. R 23341. 381 

Magnificat in G and Nune dimittis ; 
m J. C. Marks ; mixed voices. © 
J. Christopher Marks, as author. 
R 23276. 382 

Mail (The) train; w and m W. H. 
Neidlinger. © Orra Barnum Neid- 
linger, as widow. R 23465. 383 

Mam'zelle Chichi; operette-bouffe, airs 
arranges M. Christine. © Charles 
Esquier, as author. R 22978. 384 

Man ! Foolish man ; trio, from Happy- 
land, w Frederic Ranken, m Regi- 
nald De Koven. © Anna De Koven, 
as widow. R 23130. 385 

March (The) of the gnomes ; pf. © 
Richard Edward DeReef, as author. 
R 23325. 386 



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Marsch der burgwache ; op. 30, no. 1 ; 
klavier. © Paul Zilcher, as author. 
R 23406. 387 

Mary ; w S. C. Kirk, m Herbert J. 
Lacey. © Lincoln W. Hall, Leigh 
Hall and Philip Hall, as children of 
the deceased author of m. R 23728. 

388 

May (A) day; by F. G. Rathbun ; pf., 
6 hands. © Edna Rathbun, as 
widow. R 23542. 389 

Meditation; organ. © Edward M. 

Read, :as author. R 23216. 390 
orgue. © P. L. Hillemacher, as 

author. R 23028. 391 

Medley from the South ; pt.-song, arr. 
for men's voices. © Harry Hale 
Pike, as author of arr. R 23428. 

392 

Melody in G flat; pf. © Charles 
Wakefield Cadman, as author. R. 
23720. 393 

Menuet ; de Edmond Missa ; violon et 
pf. © Jeanne Barbant, as widow. 
R 22982. 394 

violin and pf. © Frederick E. 

Hahn, as author. R 23575. 395 

Mer (La) ; trols esquisses symphon- 
iques, Claude Debussy. 1. Partition 
d'orch. — 2. Pf. a 4 mains. © Emma 
Lea Moyse, as widow. R 22989, 
23024. 396, 397 

Mercy's door is always open; song, w 
Jennie Wilson. © Isaac H. Mere- 
dith, as author of m. R 23657. 398 

Messalinette ; walzer, aus Die herren 
von Maxim ; klavier. © Viktor Hol- 
lander, as author. R 23694. 399 

Messiah victorious ; cantata, w se- 
lected from Holy Scripture and 
Hymns of the church, James M. Far- 
rar; solo voices, quartette, cho. and 
organ. © William G. Hammond, as 
author of m. R 23598. 400 

Methodo elementar e pratico; pf. © 
Isidore Philipp, as author. R 
23011. 401 

Middletown ; hymn, C. T. W., harmon- 
ized. © Karl P. Harrington, as au- 
thor of harmonization. R 23702. 

402 

Milo ; w B. H. Burt, m A. Solman. © 
Benj. H. Burt, and Alfred Solman, 
as authors. R 23054. 403 

Mimette, the human mermaid ; w Fred- 
eric Ranken, m Reginald De Koven. 
© Anna De Koven. as widow. R 
23103. 404 



Minuet ; by Lulu Robyn ; pf . © Louise 
Robyn, as author. R 23367. 405 

Missa (Edmond) Melodie ; violin et pf. 
© Jeanne Barbant, as widow. R 
22986. 406 

Missa in honorem B. M. Virginis ; op. 
30; unison cho. © E. J. Bieder- 
mann, as author. R 23373. 407 

Mr. Bonaparte; song, from Moonshine, 
m Silvio Hein. © Benj. Hapgood 
Burt, as author of w, and Ann M. 
Hein, as widow of the author of m. 
R 23057. 408 

Mr. Duck's question ; w and m W. H. 
Neidlinger. © Orra Barnum Neid- 
linger, as widow. R 23474. 409 

Mr. Owl; w and m W. H. Neidlinger. 
© Orra Barnum Neidlinger, as 
widow. R 23470. 410 

Mr. Tomahawk; w Ren Shields, m 
George Evans. © Grace Shields, as 
widow of the author of w, and Millie 
Evans, as widow of the author of m. 
R 23087. 411 

Mocking (The) bird; fantasia, op. 200; 
pf. © Carl Wilhelm Kern, as au- 
thor. R 23238. 412 

Modern harmony in it's theory and 
practice. © Arthur Foote and Wal- 
ter R. Spalding, as authors. R 
23613. 413 

Moon (The) mother; song; in E flat. 
© George A. Grant-Schaefer, as 
author. R 23607. 414 

Moonlit waves; by Geo. B. Williams; 
pf. © Robert A. Keiser King, as 
author. R 23203. 415 

Moonshine ; musical play, bk. and ly- 
rics Edwin Milton Royle and George 
V. Hobart, m Silvio Hein. Voc. sc. 
© Ann M. Hein, as widow. R 
23080. 416 

selection, Silvio Hein ; pf . © 

Ann M. Hein, as widow. R 23081. 

417 

Morgentau ; op. 30, no. 4 ; klavier. © 
Paul Zilcher, as author. R 23409. 

418 

Morningtide ; op. 34, no. 5 ; sop., or 
ten. © Henry A. Clough-Leighter, 
as author. R 23611. 419 

Mors et vita ; w William F. Collins ; 
mixed voices. © J. Lewis Browne, 
as author of m. R 23296. 420 

Mount High; w T. M. Eastwood, m 
Arthur Wilton. © Lincoln W. Hall, 



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Mount High — Continued. 

Leigh Hall and Philip Hall, as chil- 
dren of the deceased author of m. 
R 23163. 421 

Mouvement ; par Claude Debussy ; pf . 
© Emma Lea Moyse, as widow. R 
23001. 422 

Mtickentanz ; op. 30, no. 10 ; klavier. 
© Paul Zilcher, as author. R 23415. 

423 

Music ; from act 1, w Frederic Ran- 
ken, m Reginald De Koven. © 
Anna De Koven. as widow. R 
23097. 424 

Musical euchre. © Carl W. Grimm, 
as author. R 23603. 425 

Musical (The) Gypsy; from Moon- 
shine, w Geo. V. Hobart and Edwin 
Milton Royle, m Silvio Hein. © 
Ann M. Hein, as widow. R 23074. 

426 

My blue bell from Baltimore ; w Ren 
Shields, m George Evans. © Grace 
Shields, as widow of the author of 
w, and Millie Evans, as widow of 
the author of m. R 23088. 427 

My garden had a rose ; song, Reginald 
De Koven, op. 180, no. 3; low voice. 
© Anna De Koven, as widow. R 
23310. 428 

My Jeanie ; song, Lily T. Strickland ; 
low voice. © Lily Strickland An- 
derson, as author. R 23253. 429 

My Jesus, I love Thee ; song, A. J. 
Gordon, arr. © Isaac H. Meredith, 
as author of arr. R 23658. 430 

My lady ; poem John Greenleaf Whit- 
tier, m W. H. Neidlinger. 1. In 
F. — 2. In A flat. © Orra Barnum 
Neidlinger, as widow. R 23241- 
23242. 431, 432 

My light ; w anon. ; low voice. © 
Charles Gilbert Spross, as author of 
m. R 23319. 433 

My old Kentucky home ; song, Stephen 
C. Foster, arr. © Isaac H. Mere- 
dith, as author of arr. R 23645. 

434 

My song shall be of mercy ; sacred 
song, w from Psalm 101. 1. In 
D.— 2. In G. © J. Christopher 
Marks, as author of m. R 23520. 
23521. 435, 436 

My soul is tilled with glory ; song. © 
J. M. Harris, as author. R 23198. 

437 

My star ; op. 34, no. 1 ; alto or bar. © 
Henry A. Clough-Leighter, as au- 
thor. R 23608. 438 



My sweet ; song, w Tennyson. © John 
L. Bratton, as author of m. R 
23312. 439 

My wish ; w Frederic Ranken, m Reg- 
inald De Koven. © Anna De Koven, 
as widow. R 23117. 440 

Naughty (The) pixie mocking his 
mother; by Arthur L. Brown, op. 
16, no. 3, arr. for pf. duet. © Ar- 
noldo Sartorio, as author of arr. 
R 23617. 441 

Neapolitan serenade ; violin and pf . © 
Edmund Severn, as author. R 
23184. 442 

Night and day ; w and m W. H. Neid- 
linger. © Orra Barnum Neidlinger, 
as widow. R 23473. 443 

Night-time ; w and m W. H. Neid- 
linger. © Orra Barnum Neidlinger, 
as widow. R 23477. 444 

Nightingale's trill; by J. Arthur 
Fisher ; pf . © Robert A. Keiser 
King, as author. R 23394. 445 

Nimm mich mit ; lied, aus Bis frith urn 
fiinfe, text Bolton Backers. © Paul 
Lincke, as author of m. R 23048. 

446 

No pain, no death, no weeping ; song, 
w Mrs. J. M. Hunter. © C. Austin 
Miles, as author of m. R 23150. 

447 

No peach hangs too high for him ; from 
Duke of Duluth, w Geo. H. Broad- 
hurst, m Max S. Witt. © Albert 
Witt, as next of kin of the author of 
music, who is not living. R 23106. 

448 

Nobody has more trouble than me; 
song, w James Burris. © Chris 
Smith, as author of m. R 23107. 

449 

None of self and all of Thee ; w Theo. 
Monod, m Mountain, arr. © Isaac 
H. Meredith, as author of arr. R 
23654. 450 

Noon and night ; by C. B. Hawley ; 
low voice. © Hattie B. Hawley, 
as widow. R 23273. 451 

Not far from the kingdom ; w Minnie 
A. Greiner Edington, m Florence W. 
Williams. © Florence Williams 
Falconer, as author of m. R 23762. 

452 

Not half the story sweet; w Ida L. 
Reed, m Arthur Wilton. © Lincoln 
W. Hall, Leigh Hall and Philip Hall, 
as children of the deceased author 
of m. R 23171. 453 



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Now I know I know ; from Cloverdell, 
w D. K. Stevens, m George Lowell 
Tracy. © David Stevens, as author. 
R 23071. 454 

Now is Christ risen from the dead ; 
anthem ; sop. solo and quartett with 
organ ace. © Harvey B. Gaul, as 
author. R 23190. 455 

O for a closer walk with God ; an- 
them ; sop. or ten. solo and cho. © 
F. Flaxington Harker, as author. 
R 23307. 456 

O heart of mine ; w James Whitcomb 
Riley, m op. 46, no. 1. © Tod B. 
Galloway, as author. R 23246. 

457 

O Jesus, Thou art standing ; hymn- 
anthem ; mixed voices. © Gilbert 
Raynolds Combs, as author. R 
23275. 458 

O King of Kings; w Alice Jean 
Cleator, m Herbert J. Lacey. © 
Lincoln W. Hall, Leigh Hall and 
Philip Hall, as children of the de- 
ceased author of m. R 23745. 459 

O little Babe of Bethlehem; Christ- 
mas anthem. © Robert M. Stults, 
as author. R 23549. 460 

O Lord our light ; w Mrs. R. Frank 
Lehman, m Florence W. Williams. 
© Florence Williams Falconer, as 
author of m. R 23758. 461 

O Lord, Thy boundless love to me; 
hymn-anthem, m Frank H. Brackett ; 
mixed voices; organ ace. © Mary 
Frances Brackett, as widow. R 
23424. 462 

O love divine ; w Oliver Wendell 
Holmes ; sop. or ten. and alto. © 
Geo. B. Nevin, as author. R 23286. 

463 

O love of a day ; song, w Randolph 
Hartley. 1. In E flat.— 2. In G. © 
Harry T. Burleigh, as author. R 
23507, 23508. 464. 465 

O the blood ; song, w Edgar Lewis. 
© L. E. Jones, as author. R 23357. 

466 

Off to the woods ; op. 115 ; pf. © Carl 

Wilhelm Kern, as author. R 23284. 

. 467 

Oft I read with sweet delight ; song, 
w Mrs. J. M. Hunter. © C. Austin 
Miles, as author. R 23167. 468 

Oft in the stilly night; w Thomas 
Moore, m J. Stevenson, arr. © Isaac 
H. Meredith, as author. R 23650. 

469 



Oh joy ! Oh bliss ; from Happyland, w 
Frederic Ranken, m Reginald De 
Koven. © Anna De Koven, as 
widow. R 23127. 470' 

Oh tender and sweet was the Master's 
voice ; sacred solo, m Mrs. A. H. 
Taylor. 1. Sop. or ten. ; in B flat. — 
2. Alto or bass ; in A flat. © Louis 
C. Taylor, as child of the deceased 
author of music. R 23189. 471 

Old Black Joe; song, Foster, arr. © 
I. H. Meredith, as author. R 23651. 

472 

On Lake Chautauqua ; barcarolle ; op. 
59; pf. © Frederick A. Williams, 
as author. R 23223. 473 

On parade ; march, L. Tocaben ; pf. 
© W. J. Cornish, as author. R 
23201. 474 

On the hilltops; w T. M. Eastwood, 
m Arthur Wilton. © Lincoln W. 
Hall, Leigh Hall and Philip Hall, as 
children of the deceased author of 
m. R 23175. 475 

On with the dance; pf. © Rufus O. 
Suter, as author. R 23543. 476 

Once a little Indian girl ; w and m 
W. H. Neidlinger. © Orra Barnum 
Neidlinger, as widow. R 23463. 

47T 

One sweetly solemn thought; song, w 
Phoebe Cary. © Isaac H. Mere- 
dith, as author. R 23646. 478 

Only a little way; sacred song. © 
Frances Martin, as author. R 23278. 

479 

Only to Thee ; w and m Jules Jordan. 
© Jennie B. Jordan, as next kin of 
the author who is not living. R 
23230. 480 

Oricle's (The) lullaby ; pf. ©Edward 
Ellsworth Hipsher, as author. R 
23563. 481 

Orono ; song, w Adelaide A. Procter. 
© Karl P. Harrington, as author. 
R 23706. 482 

Palestrina (Giovanni Pierluigi Santo) 
O bone Jesu ; m arr. ; mixed voices. 
© Hans Harthan, as author of arr. 
R 23426. 483 

Palms (The) ; organ voluntary for 
Palm Sunday, arr. E. L. Ashford. 
© Henry S. Ashford, as child of the 
deceased author. R 23443. 484 

Pastorales ; suite ; orgue. © P. L. 
Hillemacher, as author. R 23032. 

485 






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486 



pt. in, 11. s., v. 28 



Patten ; song, w M. Woolsey Stryker. 
© Peter C. Lutkin, as author. R 
23707. 486 

Peace I leave with you ; song, w Flora 
Kirkland. © Isaac H. Meredith, as 
author. R 23656. 487 

Pelleas et Melisande; interludes, 
Claude Debussy; pf. © Emma Lea 
Moyse, as widow. R 22990. 488 

par Claude Debussy; l ers violons. 

© Emma Lea Moyse, as widow. R 
22979. 489 

Perses (Les) ; de Xavier Leroux, suite 
d'orch., transcrite pour orch. re- 
streint. © E. Domergue, as author. 
R 22988. 490 

Petit carillon ; de Edmond Missa ; vio- 
lon et pf. © Jeanne Barbant, as 
widow. R 22983. 491 

Petit prelude; orgue. © P. L. Hille- 
macher, as author. R 23029. 492 

Phillida ; w Augusta Hancock, m Regi- 
nald De Koven, op. 180, no. 1 ; low 
voice. © Anna De Koven, as widow. 
R 23309. 493 

Pilgrims (The) of the night; by Henry 
Parker ; solos and cho. © Nellie 
Parker, as child of the deceased au- 
thor. R 23277. 494 

duet, w Faber, m Henry Parker. 

1. Sop. and ten. — 2. Mezzo-sop. and 
bar. © Nellie Parker, as child cf 
the deceased author. R 23526, 
23527. 495, 496 

Pillow dance ; intermezzo a la gavotte, 
op. 133 ; pf . © Carl Wilhelm Kern, 
as author. R 23525. 497 

Pixies (The); operetta; voc. sc. © 
W. A. Milne, as author. R 23363. 

498 

Pixies (The) asleep; by Arthor L. 
Brown, op. 16, no. 10, arr. for pf. 
duet. © Arnoldo Sartorio, as au- 
thor. R 23624. 499 

Pixies' (The) drill; march, Arthur L. 
Brown, op. 16, no. 1, arr. for pf. 
duet. © Arnoldo Sartorio, as au- 
thor. R 23615. 500 

Pixies (The) on the water; by Arthur 
L. Brown, op. 16, no. 8, arr. for pf. 
duet. © Arnoldo Sartorio, as au- 
thor. R 23622. 501 

Pixies (The) out hunting; by Arthur 

L. Brown, op. 16, no. 4, arr. for pf. 

duet. © Arnoldo Sartorio, as au- 
thor. R 23618. 502 



Pixies (The) riding horseback; by 
Arthur L. Brown, cp. 16, no 7, arr. 
for pf. duet. © Arnoldo Sartorio, 
as author. R 23621. 503 

Pixies (The) sliding down hill; by 
Arthur L. Brown, op. 16, no. 5, arr. 
for pf. duet. © Arnoldo Sartorio, 
as author. R 23619. 504 

Pixies (The) spinning; by Arthur L. 
Brown, op. 16, no. 9, arr. for pf. 
duet. © Arnoldo Sartorio. as au- 
thor. R 23623. 505 

Pixies (The) waltzing; by Arthur L. 
Brown, op. 16, no. 6, arr. for pf. 
duet. © Arnoldo Sartorio. as au- 
thor. R 23620. 506 

Plain (The) little soldier man; w C. 
Horwitz, m F. V. Bowers. © 
Charles Horwitz and Frederick V. 
Bowers, as authors. R 23099. 507 

Plantation airs ; medley two-step, R. 
A. Keiser; pf. © Robert A. Keiser 
King, as author. R 23395. 508 

Pleading for admission ; song. © 
Maude Anita Hart, as author. R 
23361. 509 

Prayer; organ. © Edward M. Read, 
as author. R 23218. 510 

Precious moments ; by Elmore Hick- 
man ; pf . © Robert A. Keiser King, 
as author. R 23392. 511 

Prelude en forme d'etude ; orgue. © 
P. L. Hillemacher. as author. R 
23031. 512 

Prelude en forme de canon ; a 3 parties 
reelles; orgue. © P. L. Hillema- 
cher, as author. R 23034. 513 

Prelude funebre ; orgue. © P. L. Hil- 
lemacher, as author. R 23027. 514 

Prescott ; song, w Charles Wesley. © 
Peter C. Lutkin, as author. R 
23697. 515 

Press on to victory : song. © Wil- 
liam Edie Marks, as author. R 
23417. 516 

Pretty maiden ; serenade, w Frederic 
Ranken, m Reginald De Koven. © 
Anna De Koven. as widow. R 23110. 

517 

Priere; orgue. © P. L. Hillemacher, 
as author. R 23036. 518 

Princeton (The) jungle march; pf. 
with w. © Kenneth S. Clark, as 
author. R 23535. 519 



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Priscilla ; intermezzo, S. R. Henry ; pf. 
© Henry R. Stern, as author. R 
23064. 520 

Python (The) ; w and rn W. H. Neid- 
linger. © Orra Barnum Neidlinger, 
as widow. R 23476. 521 

Racine ; song, w Frederick L. Hosmer. 
© Peter C. Lutkin, as author. R 
23705. 522 

Rain (The) ; w and m W. H. Neidlin- 
ger. © Orra Barnum Neidlinger, as 
widow. R 23485. 523 

Recit d'Arkel ; air extrait de Pelleas et 
Melisande, Maurice Maeterlinck, m 
Olaude Debussy. © Emma Lea 
Moyse, as widow of the author of m. 
R 23020. 524 

Recit de Genevieve ; air extrait de Pel- 
leas et Melisande, Maurice Maeter- 
linck, m Claude Debussy. © Emma 
Lea Moyse, as widow of the author 
of m. R 23018. 525 

Recit de Pelleas ; air extrait de Pel- 
leas et Melisande, Maurice Maeter- 
linck, m Claude Debussy. © Emma 
Lea Moyse, as widow of the author 
of m. R 23019. 526 

Redman (Harry N.) Three little 
fugues ; pf . © Harry N. Redman, as 
author. R 23459. 527 

Reflection (A) ; song, w from Greek, 
W. R. Paton; in F. © Cyril Scott, 
as author. R 23639. 528 

Reflets dans l'eau ; par Claude De- 
bussy ; pf. © Emma Lea Moyse, as 
widow. R 23000. 529 

Remember me ; w T. M. Eastwood, m 
Herbert J. Lacey. © Lincoln W. 
Hall, Leigh Hall and Philip Hall, as 
children of the deceased author of 
m. R 23173. 530 

Rencontre ; paroles Oh. Grandmougin, 
m Gabriel Faure ; mezzo-sop. ou bar. 
© Jean Adolphe Raphael Louis 
Faure and Pierre Maurice Jean 
Baptiste Faure, as next of kin of the 
author, who is not living. R 22974. 

531 

Request ; song, w Laurence Hope. 1. 
In E flat.— 2. In G. © Harry T. 
Burleigh, as author. R 23580, 
23581. 532, 533 

Rest ; Biblical w, m J. W. Bischoff. © 
Elsie Bond Bischoff Moore, as 
widow. R 23301. 534 

m E. L. Ashford ; alto and mezzo- 
sop, solos and cho., with violin obbl. 
© Henry S. Ashford, as child of the 
deceased author. R 23446. 535 



Retraite ; de Edmond Missa ; violon et 
pf. © Jeanne Barbant, as widow. 
R 22985. 536 

Ring-around-a-rosy ; w and m W. H. 
Neidlinger. © Orra Barnum Neid- 
linger, as widow. R 23469. 537 

Rip-Van-Winkle bear ; w and m W. 
H. Neidlinger. © Orra Barnum 
Neidlinger, as widow. R 23492. 

538 

Ripples ; by Champs L. Andrews ; pf. 
© Robert A. Reiser King, as au- 
thor. R 23391. 539 

Robin (The) ; pf. © Richard Ed- 
ward DeReef, as author. R 23323. 

540 

Robin redbreast; w Frederic Ranken, 
m Reginald De Roven. © Anna De 
Koven, as widow. R 23096, 541 

Robinson Crusoe's isle; song, from 
Moonshine. © Benjamin Hapgood 
Burt, as author. R 23061. 542 

Rockin' in de win' ; by W. H. Neid- 
linger, arr. ; male voices. © Harry 
T. Burleigh, as author of arr. R 
23560'. 543 

Romance ; pf . © Isidore Philipp, as 
author. R 23265. 544 

Rondo mignon ; par Frederic Binet, op. 
70; pf. © Marie Dupalet, as wid- 
ow. R 23013. 545 

Rosa-Roschen, Rheinlander ; aus Prin- 
zess Rosine; klavier. © Paul 
Lincke, as author. R 23043. 546 

Rosary ; w Robert Cameron Rogers, 
m R. A. King. © Robert A. Reiser 
King, as author. R 23396, 547 

Rosen, tulpen, nelken ; aus Prinzess 
Rosine, text Bolten Backers ; in G. 
© Paul Lincke, as author. R 23045. 

548 

von P. Lincke ; orch. stim- 



men. © Paul Lincke, as author. R 
23039. 549 

Rosine-walzer ; aus Prinzess Rosine. 
1. Orch. stimmen. — 2. Pf. © Paul 
Lincke, as author. R 23038, 23044. 

550, 551 

Rosita ; w Geo. Broadhurst, m Max S. 
Witt. © Albert Witt, as next of 
kin of the author, who is not living. 
R 23125. 552 

Royal hussars are we ; w Frederic 
Ranken, m Reginald De Roven. © 
Anna De Roven, as widow. R 
23119. 553 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Sailor's (The) life; w Nelle Richmond 
Eberhart; bass voice. © Charles 
Wakefield Cadman, as author. R 
23501. 554 

Saint Saens (Charles Camille) Ode 
d'Horace ; liv. 1, ch. 3, texte Latin ; 
voix d'hommes, sans ace. Parti- 
tion. © Marie Laure Truffot, as 
widow. R 22997. 555 

2 e sonate ; op. 123 ; violoncelle et 

pf. © Marie Laure Truffot, as wi- 
dow. R 22996. 556 

Salute the East ; w and m William 
Hamilton Gerrish ; male voices. © 
Willard P. Gerrish and Isabel F. 
Gerrish, as children of the deceased 
author. R 23688. 557 

Satisfied ; w Minnie Dietrich, m J. Lin- 
coln Hall. © Lincoln W. Hall, 
Leigh Hall and Philip Hall, as chil- 
dren of the deceased author of m. 
R 23170. 558 

Saviour breathe an evening blessmg; 
quartet for 4 soli voices. © J. 
Christopher Marks, as author. R 
23191. 559 

Scales and various exercises for the 
voice ; by Frederic W. Root, op. 27. 
© Fannie S. Root, as widow. R 
23294. 560 

Schaukel-lied ; aus Auf in's metropol, 
ausstattungs-revue Julius Freund. 
© Victor Hollaender, as author. R 
23053. 561 

Schlaraffen marsch ; aus Prinzess Ro- 
sine; klavier. © Paul Lincke, as 
author. R 23042. 562 

Second recreation repertoire; coll., fin- 
gered and arr. in progressive order 
from grade 3 to grade 4, Albert W. 
Berg; pf. © Lillie Berg, as widow. 
R 23066. 563 

Serenade; op. 19; pf. © Joseph Jon- 
gen, as author. R 23015. 564 

violin and pf. © Donald Heins, 

as author. R 23270. 565 

Serenade coquette ; by Pierre Renard, 
op. 4 ; pf. © Marie C. Engelmann, 
as widow. R 23334. 566 

Severn (Edmund) Idyl; violin and 
pf. © Edmund Severn, as author. 
R 23187. 567 

Nocturne; violin and pf. © Ed- 
mund Severn, as author. R 23188. 

568 



Sheltered in the Lord; song, w Lizzie 
De Armond. © Adam Geibel, as au- 
thor. R 23759. 569 

Shepherd and shepherdess ; by W. C. 
E. Seeboeck; pf. © Mabel B. See- 
boeck. as widow. R 23315. 570 

Shepherd, show me how to go ; song, w 
Mary Baker Eddy. © William Ly- 
man Johnson, as author. R 23693. 

571 

Shepherds and chorus ; w Frederic 
Ranken. m Reginald De Koven. © 
Anna De Koven. as widow. R 
23098. 572 

Shrine (The) ; song, w Nelle Rich- 
mond Eberhart; in D. © Cbarles 
Wakefield Cadman. as author. R 
23503. 573 

Si je pouvais mourir ; poesie franchise 
E. Collet, poesie italienne Achille 
Richard, m Alfredo Barbirolli. © 
Lucienne Dusacq, as widow of the 
author of m. R 23022. 574 

Si je vous parlais de ma peine ; poesie 
Jules Barbier, m H. de Fontenailles : 
mezzo-sop. ou bar. ; en re bemol. © 
Marie Elisabeth Liebert de Nitray. 
as widow of the author of m. R 
23025. 575 

Silver eve ; op. 34, no. 3 ; alto or bar. 
© Henry A. Clough-Leighter, as au- 
thor. R 23610. 576 

Since the Holy Ghost abides ; song, m 
Mrs. F. E. Hill. © F. E. Hill, as 
.widower. R 23200. 577 

Sing the story; w A. A. Payn, m C. 
Harold Lowden. © C. Austin Miles, 
as author of w. R 23749. 578 



Sleigh (The) ride; pf. 
Lawrence,, as author. 



© Helen B. 
R 23366. 

579 

Slumber on ; quartette, from Happy- 
land, w Frederic Ranken. m Regi- 
nald De Koven. © Anna De Koven. 
as widow. R 23134. 580 

So long. Mr. Jasper Long; song, m 
Max S. Witt. © James J. Walker, 
as author. R 23075. 581 

So then away ; w Frederic Ranken. m 
Reginald De Koven. © Anna De 
Koven, as widow. R 23120. 582 

Soldier (A) of love; w Frederic Ran- 
ken. m Reginald De Koven. © 
Anna De Koven. as widow. R 
23114. 583 



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Some sweet day ; w Walter A. Law- 
rence. © Lee Oreau Smith, as au- 
thor. R 23055. 584 

Sonatine; pf. © Maurice Ravel, as 
author. R 23004. 585 

Song and light ; w Alice Jean Cleator, 
m J. Lincoln Hall. © Lincoln W. 
Hall, Leigh Hall and Philip Hall, as 
children of the deceased author. R 
23740. 586 

Song (A) at dusk; pf. © Charles 
Wakefield Cadman, as author. R 
23554. 587 

Song (A) from the hills; song, m A. 
Nevin. © Arthur Nevin, as au- 
thor. R 23331. 588 

:Song of a wildflower ; melodie, op. 67, 
no. 9; pf. © Carrie W. Krogmann, 
as author. R 23211. 589 

Song (A) of April; song; low voice. 
© Oley Speaks, as author. R 23338. 

590 

Song (A) of hope and trust; w Eben 
E. Rexford, m H. J. Lacey. © Lin- 
coln W. Hall, Leigh Hall and Philip 
Hall, as children of the deceased 
author of m. R 23151. 591 

Song (The) of the hold pixie; by Ar- 
thur L. Brown, op. 16, no. 2 r arr. for 
pf. duet. © Amoldo Sartorio, as 
author. R 23616. 592 

Song of the tougle ; w and m W. H. 
Neidlinger. © Orra Barnum Neid- 
linger, as widow. R 23489. 593 

Song of the forge; w Rene Bronner, 
m H. W. Petrie. © Julia C. Petrie, 
as widow. R 23100. 594 

Song ( The ) of the new crusade ; song, 
w Lizzie De Armond. © Adam Gei- 
bel, as author. R 23766. 595 

Song of the rover; w Joseph Lewis 
French, m C. B. Hawley ; low voice. 
© Hattie B. Hawley, as widow. R 
23329. 596 

Song of the silk-worm ; w and m W. 
H. Neidlinger. © Orra Barnum 
Neidlinger, as widow. R 23482. 

597 

Song of the wind-mill ; w and m W. 
H. Neidlinger. © Orra Barnum 
Neidlinger, as widow. R 23471. 

598 

Song (A) of winter; w Elizabeth 
Roberts MacDonald, m C. B. Haw- 
ley ; men's cho. © Hattie B. Haw- 
ley, as widow. R 23298. 599 



Songs of the kingdom ; song, w Marie 
L. Corley. © Adam Geibel, as au- 
thor. R 23760. 600 

Songs sacred and secular ; ed. I. H. 
Meredith and Grant Colfax Tullar ; 
male voices. © Isaac H. Meredith, 
as one of the authors. R 23665. 

601 

Sous la feuillee; poesie Stephan Bar- 
dese, m Francis Thome. © Marie 
Suzanne Fernande Thome Ballu, 
Marie Eugenie Henriette Mar- 
guerite Thome Archambault and 
Georges Paul Felix Thome, as chil- 
dren of the deceased author of m. R 
23017. 602 

Spray of gold ; morceau de salon, 
Helena Braunbach ; pf . © Robert 
A. Keiser King, as author. R 23389. 

603 

Spring ; w and m W. H. Neidlinger. 
© Orra Barnum Neidlinger, as 
widow. R 23475. 604 

Spring (The) chicken; musical play, 
adapted from Jaime and Duval's Co- 
quin de printemps, George Gros- 
smith, jr., lyrics Adrian Ross, Percy 
Greenbank and George Grossmith, 
jr., m Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monck- 
ton. Voc. sc. © Martin Handon 
and Charles F. Monckton, as execu- 
tors of authors of m. R 23209. 

605 

Spring revels: polka de salon, op. 55; 
pf. © Carl Wilhelm Kern, as au- 
thor. R 23259. 606 

Springtime ; song cycle, w and m E. L. 
Ashford ; children's voices. © 
Henry S. Ashford, as child of the 
deceased author. R 23314. 607 

waltz song, w S. E. Mekin. © 

Alfred Wooler. as author. R 23268. 



Squirrel (The) and the bumble-bee; 
w and m W. H. Neidlinger. 1. In 
E flat. — 2. In F. © Orra Barnum 
Neidlinger. as widow. R 23239- 
23240. 609, 610 

Stars of glory ; reverie, Harriet Ken- 
nedy ; pf . © Robert A. Keiser King, 
as author. R 23388. 611 

Story of a linnet ; caprice, Paul 
Wachs ; pf . © Blanche Marie Paul- 
ine Simone Lemarchand, as widow. 
R 23291. 612 



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pt. iii, n. s., v. 28 



Strenuous ; from Duke of Duluth, w 
Geo. H. Broadhurst, m Max S. Witt. 
© Albert Witt, as next of kin of the 
author of music, who is not living. 
R 23105. 613 

String quartet ; no. 1, in A major. 
© Harry N. Redman, as author. 
R 23460. 614 

Sunset in the mountains ; idyl, Bertha 
Metzler; pf. © Laura Borsodi, as 
child of the deceased author. R 
23302. 615 

Suppose ; w and m W. H. Neidlinger. 
© Orra Barnum Neidlinger. as 
widow. R 23494. 616 

Staccato ; par Louis Gregh ; pf. © 
Henri Gregh, as next of kin of the 
author, who is not living. R 23016. 

617 

Stolen kisses; intermezzo, op. 109; pf. 
© Carl Wilhelm Kern, as author. 
R 23333. 618 

Sur les ondes etherees : valse. Louis 
Gregh, op. 103, no. 1 ; pf . © Henri 
Gregh, as next of kin of the author, 
who is not living. R 22980. 619 

Sweet September waltz; pf. © J. 
Christopher Marks, as author. R 
23264. 620 

Sweetest (The) part of loving is to 
dream ; from The Duke of Duluth, 
w Geo. H. Broadhurst, m Max S. 
Witt. © Albert Witt, as next of kin 
of the author, who is not living. R 
23141. 621 

Swift swallows' waltz ; pf. © Edward 
Ellsworth Hipsher. as author. R 
23561. 622 

Swing song ; op. 54 ; pf . © Frederick 
A. Williams, as author. R 23576. 

623 

Te Deum laudamus in C : m W. H. 
Neidlinger ; mixed voices. © Orra 
Barnum Neidlinger. as widow. R 
23255. 624 

Te Deum laudamus in D ; m Cuthbert 

Harris ; mixed voices ; organ ace. 

© Louisa Harris, as widow. R 

23343. 625 

Tell the news; song, w A. A. Payn. 
© C. Austin Miles, as author. R 
23752. 626 

There is something in that song : w 
James Rowe, m J. Lincoln Hall. © 
Lincoln W. Hall, Leigh Hall and 
Philip Hall, as children of the de- 
ceased author. R 23160. 627 



There were shepherds ; Christmas an- 
them, w from Luke 2 ; mixed voices. 
© Charles Gilbert Spross, as au- 
thor. R 23534. 628 

This is the day ; by J. Lincoln Hall. 
© Lincoln W. Hall, Leigh Hall and 
Philip Hall, as children of the de- 
ceased author. R 23754. 629 

Thomas (Charles Louis Ambroise) 
Raymond ; overture, arr. Thomas H. 
Rollinson ; military band. © Henry 
P. Buncher, as executor of the au- 
thor of arr. R 23430. 630 

Thou art the same; response, C. B. 
McAfee. © Cleland B. McAfee, as 
author. R 23452. 631 

Thou shalt be saved ; Easter anthem, 
m E. S. Lorenz. © Edmund S. 
Lorenz, as author. R 23436. 632 

Three (The) little orioles; w and m 
W. H. Neidlinger. © Orra Barnum 
Neidlinger, as widow. R 23486. 

633 

Through peace to light ; sacred song r 
poem Adelaide Proctor. 1. In D 
flat.— 2. In F. © Harry T. Bur- 
leigh, as author. R 23261, 23262. 

634, 635 

Tide; song, w Frances Bacon Paine. 
1. In D flat.— 2. In F. © Harry T. 
Burleigh, as author. R 23536, 23537. 

636, 637 

Ting a ling; w Ren Shields, m George 
Evans. © Grace Shields, as widew 
of the author of w, and Millie Evans, 
as widow of the author of m. R 
23086. 638 

To the paschal victim ; Easter anthem, 
Latin, English text and m H. J. 
Stewart. © Frances Mary Wood- 
head, as child of the deceased au- 
thor. R 23721. 639 

To what may love be likened; song, 
w Nelle Richmond Eberhart. © 
Charles Wakefield Cadman, as au- 
thor. R 23245. 640 

To you ; w Frank L. Stanton, m W. H. 
Neidlinger. 1. In C min. — 2. In F 
min. © Orra Barnum Neidlinger, 
as widow. R 23583, 23584. 

641, 642 

Tcmb (The) is shining; song, m Ar- 
thur Wilton. © Irvin H. Mack, as 
author. R 23737. 643 

Toujours ; paroles Ch. Grandmougin. 
m Gabriel Faure; mezzo-sop. on bar. 
© Jean Adolphe Raphael Louis 
Faur£ and Pierre Maurice Jean Bap- 



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077 



tiste Faure, as next of kin of the 
author who is not living. R 22975. 

644 

Toward evening; by Homer Norris; 
pf., or cabinet organ. © Margaret 
Ccpinus, as child of the deceased 
author. R 23573. 645 

Tramp through the woods ; march, 
Homer Norris ; pf., or cabinet organ. 
© Margaret Copinus, as child of the 
deceased author. R 23571. 646 

Transfiguration ; song, w John G. 
Whittier. © Peter C. Lutkin, as 
author. R 23704. 647 

Trio en re" ; pf., violon et violoncelle. 
© Ren6 de Castera, as author. R 
23003. 648 

Trois (Les) graces; valses a danser ; 
pf. © Harold Nason, as author. R 
23232. 649 

Turn not away ; song. © Adam Gei- 
bel, as author. R 23757. 650 

•Twas the rose ; from Happyland, w 
Frederic Ranken, m Reginald De 
Koven. © Anna De Koven, as wid- 
ow. R 23128. 651 

Twenty-third (The) Psalm; w Eugene 
Field, m T. B. Galloway, op. 46, no. 
7. © Tod B. Galloway, as author. 
R 23565. 652 

Twilight ; serenade, Gaylord Barrett ; 
pf. © Elizabeth Fuller Goodspeed 
and Dorothy Fuller Vawter, as next 
of kin of the author, who is not 
living. R 23708. 653 

Two flowers ; by Carl Koelling, op. 
364; pf., 4 hands. © Gertrude 
Koelling, as widow. R 23590. 654 

Unanswered yet ; anthem, m J. A. 
Parks. © J. A. Parks, as author. 
R 23453. 655 

Under the greenwood tree ; madrigal, 
w Shakespeare ; mixed voices. © 
Philip H. Goepp, as author. R 23288. 

656 

Under wicket; entrance, w Frederic 
Ranken, m Reginald De Koven. © 
Anna De Koven, as widow. R 23118. 

657 

Upham ; song, w Charles Wesley. © 
Peter C. Lutkin, as author. R 
23698. 658 

Vague bergante ; de Edmond Missa ; 
violon et pf. © Jeanne Barbant, 
as widow. R 22981. 659 

Valse bercee ; valse lente, Louis 
Gregh ; pf . © Henri Gregh, as next 



of kin of the author, who is not liv- 
ing. R 23006. 660 

Valse gracieuse ; violin and pf . © 
Donald Heins, as author. R 23271. 

661 

Valse semillante; par Louis Gregh, op. 
102, no. 1 ; pf . © Henri Gregh, as 
next of kin of the author, who is 
not living. R 23007. 662 

Vesper chimes ; by Wilson G. Smith, 
op. 56; pf. Rev. ed. © Mez Brett 
Smith, as widow. R 23226. 663 

Via sacra; song, w Evelyn Pratt. © 
Arthur Nevin, as author. R 23279. 

664 

Victoria ; march, w Frederic Ranken, 
m Reginald De Koven. © Anna De 
Koven, as widow. R 23116. 665 

Victory ; Easter cantata, m Humphrey 
J. Stewart ; soli, cho. and organ. © 
Frances Mary Woodhead, as child of 
the deceased author. R 23421. 666 

w S. C. Kirk, m Herbert J. Lacey. 

© Lincoln W. Hall, Leigh Hall and 
Philip Hall, as children of the de- 
ceased author of m. R 23735. 667 

Vision (A) ; song. © Carrie Jacobs- 
Bond, as author. R 23371. 668 

Voice (The) triumphant; Easter song. 
© Robert M. Stults, as author. R 
23300. 669 

Wagner (Richard) Dreams; 3-pt. 
cho., arr. for female voices. © 
Harry Rowe Shelley, as author of 
the arr. R 23585. 670 

Wahoo ; Indian dance, Chief Moho- 
Nali ; pf . © Robert A. Keiser King, 
as author. R 23202. 671 

Walking in the highway ; w Mary 
Slater. © L. E. Jones, as author. 
R 23355. 672 

Was ere a maiden so beset ; duet, from 
Cloverdell, w D. K. Stevens, m 
George Lowell Tracy. © David 
Stevens, as author. R 23077. 673 

Washington; song, w anon. © Carl 
F. Price, as author. R 23701. 674 

Water- tank (The) ; w and m W. H. 
Neidlinger. © Orra Barnum Neid- 
linger, as widow. R 23480. 675 

Waving fans ; waltz, A. J. Davis ; pf. 
© Louise Davis and Elise A. Sey- 
forth, as next of kin of the author, 
who is not living. R 23552. 676 

Wayside flowers ; idyl, Heinrich Engel, 
op. 5, no. 1; pf. © Marie C. En- 
gelmann, as widow. R 23541. 677 



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We shall gather in that city : song, 
w Jennie Wilson. © C. Austin 
Miles, as author. R 23165. 678 

Weep no more ; w A. A. Payn, m W. A. 
Post. © C. Austin Miles, as au- 
thor of w. R 23751. 679 

Welcome merry springtime; song, 
Bertha Metzler. © Laura Borsodi, 
as child of the deceased author. R 
23252. 680 

Wellesley (The) girl; waltzes; pf. © 
Isaac H. Meredith, as author. R 
23644. 681 

What's a maiden ; trio, from Happy- 
land, w Frederic Ranken, m Regi- 
nald De Koven. © Anna De Koven, 
as widow. R 231 31. 682 

What's the difference; from Happy- 
land, w Frederic Ranken, m Regi- 
nald De Koven. © Anna De Koven, 
as widow. R 23143. 683 

What's the use of sighin' ; w Frank 
Stanton; men's voices. © Paul P. 
Bliss, as author. R 23248. 684 

What's the use of working: w Geo. 
Broadhurst, m Max S. Witt. © Al- 
bert Witt, as next of kin of the au- 
thor, who is not living. R 23123. 

685 

When in Thy courts I stand ; w Effie 
S. Black r m Arthur Wilton. © Lin- 
coln W. Hall, Leigh Hall and Philip 
Hall, as children of the deceased 
author of m. R 23179. 686 

When Loris smiles on me ; song, w 
N e 1 1 e Richmond Eberhart. © 
Charles Wakefield Cadman. as au- 
thor. R 23267. 687 

Where the Susquehanna flows; w 
Rene Bronner, m H. W. Petrie. © 
Julia C. Petrie, as widow. R 23069. 

688 

White (The) knight; w adapted from 
old French, Rosamund Marriott 
Watson, m op. 43, no. 3 ; in E flat. 
© Cyril Scott, as author. R 23641. 

689 

Why ; w and m W. H. Neidlinger. © 
Orra Barnum Neidlinger,. as widow. 
R 23481. 690 

Why seek ye the living among the 
dead ; Easter anthem, m A. Geibel. 
© Adam Geibel, as author. R 
23724. 691 

Will o' the wisp; pf. © Edith L. 
Laver, as author. R 23365. 692 



Wind (The) a-wooing; song, C. B, 
Hawley ; low voice. © Hattie B. 
Hawley, as widow. R 23330. 693 

Winter of love ; song, op. 34, no. 2 ; 
alto or bar. © Henry A. Clough- 
Leighter, as author. R 23609. 694 

Winter (A) song; w Nelle Richmond 
Eberhart; low voice. © Charles 
Wakefield Cadman, as author. R 
23782. 695 

Wise (The) crow; w and m W. H. 
Neidlinger. © Orra Barnum Neid- 
linger, as widow. R 23488. 696 

Wistfulness ; w F. Raymund Daniel ; 
men's voices. © J. Lewis Browne r 
as author. R 23290. 69T 

With flying colors; march and two 
step; orch. © Dox Cruger, as au- 
thor. R 23089. 698 

march two-step; pf. © Dox 

Cruger, as author. R 23094. 699 

With heart and hand; march, H. En- 
gelmann: pf. © Marie C. Engel- 
mann, as widow. R 23263. 700 

With voice of song; w Lizzie De Ar- 
mond, m Florence W. Williams. © 
Florence Williams Falconer, as au- 
thor of m. R 23765. 701 

Wonderful Savior ; song. © J. M. 
Harris, as author. R 23197. 702 

Woodland violet ; waltz, op. 67, no. 1 ; 
pf. © Carrie W. Krogmann, as au- 
thor. R 23212. 703 

Would you ; duet, from Lady Teazle, 
w John Kendrick Bangs, m A. Bald- 
win Sloane. © Mae Auwerda 
Sloane. as widow. R 23062. 704 

Yes He will ; song, w T. M. Eastwood. 
© C. Austin Miles, as author. R 
23169. 705 

You ought to know Him; song, w H. 
O. Devah. © William Edie Marks, 
as author. R 23722. 706 

Young (The) guardsman; march, 
Heinrich Engel, op. 6, no. 1 ; pf . © 
Marie C. Engelmann, as widow. R 
23577. 707 

Zenita ; petite gavotte, H. Engelmann ; 
pf., 4 hands. © Marie C. Engel- 
mann, as widow. R 23533. 708 

20th century operatic repertoire ; coll. 
from modern operas, progressively 
arr. from grade 3 to grade 4 and 
fingered, Albert W. Berg; pf. © 
Lillie Berg, as widow. R 23082. 

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1933 

.NEW SERIES, VOLUME 28 
No. 3 



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that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
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any copyright registration." 



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rpHE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 3, 
•*- containing the entries for musical compositions and dramatico-musical com- 
positions, is issued at monthly intervals in twelve numbers each year, and 
is followed by a complete index for the year. The general arrangement is an 
alphabet of the titles of the musical works with certain exceptions explained 
hereafter. The arrangement is alphabetical under the first word of the title 
(except "a," " an," or "the," or the corresponding foreign articles), and a 
grouping at the end of the title alphabet of such titles as will not conveniently 
alphabetize (e. g., titles beginning with numerals, dates, etc.) 

EXCEPTIONS. — (1) In the case of editions of classical music, instead of dis- 
tributing them under the titles, each author's works are brought together by 
an entry under the original composer's name, and for such works search should 
be made in this number under the following names: Bach (Johann Sebastian); 
Beethoven (Ludwig van); Bizet (Georges); Brahms (Johannes); Delibes 
(Clement Philibert Leo); Grieg (Edvard Hagerup); Handel (Georg Friedrich) ; 
Haydn (Franz Josef); Liszt (Franz); Mascagni (Pietro); Massenet (Jules Emile 
Frederic) ; Mendelssolm-Bartholdy (Jacob Ludwig Felix) ; Mozart (Wolfgang 
Amadeus) ; Saint-Saens (Charles Camille) ; Schubert (Franz Peter) ; Schumann 
(Robert Alexander) ; Thomas (Charles Louis Ambroise) ; Tschaikowsky (Peter 
Iljitch); Wagner (Richard). 

(2) COLLECTIONS having general titles, such as " Fiinf studien," " 12 etudes 
elementaires," etc., and pieces published without individual identifying titles, 
but designating the class of musical work (e. g., " waltz," " dance," " march," 
" cantata," " schottische," " nocturne," " impromptu," " sonata," " etude," 
" study," " exercise," etc., without differentiating words and only identifiable by 
the name of the composer) are entered under the composer's name without cross 
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reading " w " and " m " (signifying " words by," " music by ") are to be under- 
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The United States has established reciprocal copyright protection 
for music against unauthorized reproduction by mechanical musical 
instruments in the case of the countries listed below. The Presi- 
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Copyright Entries, Part 3, as follows : 

Australia and the territories of Papua and Norfolk Island, vol. 

13 (1918), pages vi-viii of no. 5; 
Austria, vol. 17 (1922), pages vii-viii of no. 6, and vol. 20 (1925), 

pages vii-viii of nos. 3-4; 
Belgium, vol. 6 (1911), pages v-vi of no. 7; 
Canada, vol. 18 (1923), pages vi-viii of no. 8; 
Chile, vol. 20 (1925), pages vi-vii of nos. 11-12; 
Cuba, vol. 6 (1911), pages iv-v of no. 12; 
Czechoslovakia, vol. 22 (1927), pages vi-vii of no. 4; 
Denmark, vol. 15 (1920), pages xii-xiv of no. 13; 
Finland, vol. 23 (1928), pages vi-vii of no. 12; 
France, vol. 13 (1918), pages xi-xii of no. 5; 
Germany, vol. 6 (1911), pages vi-vii of no. 7, and vol. 17 (1922), 

pages ix-x of no. 6; 
Great Britain, vol. 10 (1915), pages viii-xi of no. 3, and vol. 15 

(1920) , pages vi-ix -of no. 13 ; 
Greece, vol. 27 (1932), pages vi-vii of no. 2; 
Hungary, vol. 17 (1922), pages xi-xii of no. 6; 
Irish Free State, vol. 24 (1929), pages vii-viii of no. 9; 
Italy, vol. 10 (1915), pages viii-ix of no. 4, and vol. 17 (1922), 

pages xiii-xiv of no. 6; 
Luxemburg, vol. 6 (1911), pages vii-viii of no. 7; 
Netherlands, vol. 18 (1923), pages vi-vii of no. 3; 
New Zealand, vol. 12 (1917), pages v-ix of no. 3, and vol. 17 

(1922), pages xv-xix of no. 6; 
Norway, vol. 6 (1911), pages ix-x of no. 7; 
Poland, vol. 22 (1927), pages vi-vii of no. 2; 
Rumania, vol. 23 (1928), pages vi-vii of no. 7; 
Sweden, vol. 15 (1920), pages vi-vii of no. 3; 
Switzerland, vol. 19 (1924), pages vii-viii of nos. 5-6; 
LTnion of South Africa, vol. 19 (1924), pages vi-vii of nos. 3-4. 



The copyright convention signed at the Fourth International 
American Conference at Buenos Aires on August 11, 1910, was pro- 
claimed by the President of the United States on July 13, 1914. 
This convention is understood to be in effect as between the United 
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and Uruguay. 



(v) 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

Notice.^If the claimant of copyright i» the same as the author of words or 
music, no statement of authorship is given. 



A & P loyalty; song. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 
1933 ; E unp. 68239 ; Alice H. Patton. 

4657 

A la Rocassiere ; valse promenade, Ch. 
Tilly.; orch. ptes. © Dec. 15, 1932; 
E for. 28632; Heugel. 4658 

A mon cabanon ; chanson marseillaise, 
de Toine, paroles E. Recagno, m 
Mimi Recagno ; avec accord de 
l'ukulele. © Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 
28581; Editions Salabert. 4659 

Abbandono; tango, versi A. Bracchi, 
m Felice Abriani ; orch. parti. © 
Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 28831; Domi- 
nante. 4660 

Abelard and Heloise; by Eastwood 
Lane ; pf. © Mar. 10, 1933.; E pub. 
35217; J. Fischer & bro. 4661 

Abend (Ein) init dir ; slow-fox, aus 
Ein ganz verflixter kerl, w Willy 
Rosen u. Kurt Schwabach, m Franz 
Doelle, speziai-arr. Fritz Domina ; 
orch. stimmen. © Jan. 11, 1933 ; E 
for. 28968 ; Monopol-liederverlag, 
Ernst Wengraf, G. m. b. H. 4662 

Abide with me ; song, w H. F. Lyte. 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 68514 ; 
James Neill Northe. 4663 

Across the tides ; song, w anon. © 
1 c. Mar. 11, 1933; E unp. 68704; 
John R. Speelman, Pittsburgh. 

4664 

Ad una rosa; soug. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 
1933 ; E unp. 68781 ; Adelina Conver- 
sano. 4665 

Ad usum delphini ; de Georges Migot ; 
pf. l er cah. © Oct. 10, 1929 ; E for. 
28686 ; Durand et cie. 4666 

Adele; w Sam J. Herwitz, with mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 
68992 ; Jeanette Deitch Herwitz. 

4667 

Adieu; by Edward Elgar, arr. Henry 
Geehl; orch. pts. © Mar. 6, 1933; 
E for. 2867.9 ; Keith, Prowse & co., 
ltd. 4668 



Adieu Conchita ; tango, V. O. Ursmar, 
arr. Francis Salabert; orch. ptes. et 
paroles. © Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 
28551; Editions Salabert. 4669 

Adoramus te Christie ; motet, m Cyr 
de Brant ; mixed voices ; organ ace. 
© Mar. 3, 1933 ; E pub. 35263 ; Carl 
Fischer, inc. 4670 

After the dance ; w and melody ; in B 
min. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1933 ; E unp. 
68876; Sidney Shudnow. 4671 

After the night before ; fox-trot, w 
and m Ralph Butler, Philip Seeley 
and Dudley Evans ; with ukulele 
arr. R. S. Stoddon. © Jan. 2, 1933 ; 
E for. 28694 ; West's, ltd. 4672 

Aftermath (The) ; pf. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 
1933; E unp. 68647; Evelyn Neill 
Margraff. 4673 

Agarrate ; vals espanol [and] Soy 
Andaluza ; paso doble : orch. ptes. 
© Feb. 1, 1933; E for. 28621; A. 
Urmeneta. 4674 

Ah ! how pleasant 'tis to love ; duet, 
Henry Purcell, arr. and ed. Alfred 
Moffat; sop., and contralto or bar. 
© Feb. 6, 1933 ; E for. 28807 ; Auge- 
ner, ltd. 4675 

Ah ma'mselle ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Mar. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 69039 ; Vivian 
Duncan. 4676 

Aime-moi ; melodie barcarolle, dans 
Toine, paroles E. Recagno, m Mimi 
Recagno; avec accord de l'ukulele. 
© Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 28580 ; Edi- 
tions Salabert. 4677 

Ain't it gonna ring no more ; from 
Hot pepper, w and m Val Burton 
and Will Jason. © Mar. 4, 1933; 
E pub. 35077 ; Movietone music 
Corp. 4678 

Air sentimental ; by Neva Garner 

Greenwood ; violin ; pf . ace. © Mar. 

21, 1933; E pub. 35479; H. T. Fitz- 

Simons co. 4679 

Air: Sweet Lowdy Jennings [and] 
Counterdance ; by Dom Thomas 



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4680 



pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Air — Continued. 

Symons; pf. © Jan. 19, 1933; E 
for. 28793 ; Oxford university press. 

46S0 

Alabama's Sally-Ann and Susie-Anna ; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 
1933 ; E unp. 69389 ; Patrick O'Mal- 
ley and Thomas McDonough. 4681 

Alas, that spring should vanish ; m 
Clark Harrington, arr. Julius S. 
Seredy ; vocal orch. pts. © Jan. 12, 
1933; E pub. 35275; Carl Fischer, 
inc. 4682 

w from Omar Khayyam, m Clark 

Harrington ; high voice ; in D flat. 
© Jan. 11, 1933; E pub. 35291; 
Carl Fischer, inc. 4683 

Album Adrien Pages ; roncles et chan- 
sons pour la jeunesse, paroles 
Adrien Pages, m arr. et compilee, A. 
Zurfluh and others. © Dec. 15, 
1932 ; E for. 28640 ; Auguste Zurfluh. 

4684 

Album of solos for piano accordian 
[sic] ; selected and arr. Erik Han- 
sen. © Dec. 5, 1932 ; E for. 28683 ; 
J. R. Lafleur & son, ltd. 4685 

Alert, alert, alert; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
28, 1933; E unp. 69411; Harry Nils 
Roseen. 4686 

Alicia ; valse de concert, Gene Rede- 
will ; pf. © Mar. 7, 1933; E pub. 
35108; Theodore Presser co. 4687 

All about mermaids ; w John N. 
Wightman, m Dorothy Hogben ; pf. 
© Jan. 12, 1933; E for. 28801; Ox- 
ford university press. 4688 

All alone; hymn. © Feb. 24, 1933; 
E pub. 35058; George W. Cooke. 

4689 

w and melody Bob Carran. © 

1 c. Mar. 23, 1933; E unp. 69163; 
Robert G. Carran. 4690 

All in all ; from Love lost, w, melody 
and. rhythm. H. AW Barwick, ace. L. 
Crawley. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1933; E 
unp. 69458 ; Howard William Bar- 
wick and Leone Crawley. 4691 

All mine; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Mar. 10. 1933; E unp. 68665; Jobn 
Schley Behr. 4692 

All of a sudden — you ; song, w Mar- 
guerite Sears. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68779; Robert Sears. 4693 

All over the map ; by J. Lilian Vande- 
vere ; rhythm band. Sc. and pts., 
with melody-conductor sc. and pf.- 
conductor. © Mar. 22, 1933; E pub. 
35567 ; Oliver Ditson co., inc. 4694 



All peoples ; song, arr. T. F. H. Cand- 
lyn; pf. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1933; 
E unp. 68874 ; Malcolm S. Johnston. 

4695 

All the world loves a lover ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1933; E: 
unp. 68458; Fred Shorey Campbell. 

4696 

All through the year ; 20 short melo- 
dies with w. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; 
E unp. 68362; Mary C. Fisher. 4697 

Alma mater; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Mar. 22, 1933; E unp. 69132; Ford 
Lefler. 4698 

Aloha land; song, w F. T. Schulte. 
© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1933 ; E unp, 69226 ; 
Florence Trombly Schulte and Atha 
B. Carrier. 4699 

Aloha oe ; Hawaiian medley waltz, 
Will Wood, intro. Aloha oe and Lei 
no kaiulani, arr. as solo or duet 
Albert Adam ; pf . ace. 1. Hawaiian 
steel guit. — 2. Spanish guit. © 
Mar. 21, 1933 ; E pub. 35379, 35408 ; 
Century music pub. co. 4700, 4701 

Although ; fox-trot song. © 1 c. Mar. 
1, 1933 ; E unp. 68616 ; Walter Bie- 
berich. 4702. 

Always remember ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
18, 1933; E unp. 68966; Kelly bros. 

4703 

Am I dreaming, or is it true; fox-trot 
song, melody Ann Yanovsky. © 1 c. 
Mar. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 68963 ; Gher- 
sen Kaufman. 4704 

America, the beautiful ; w Katherine 
Lee Bates, m Paul Allen; mixed 
voices. © Mar. 10, 1933; E pub. 
35435; Riker, Brown & Wellington, 
inc. 4705 

America you are my ma, my pa, my 
Uncle Sam ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 
1933 ; E unp. 68208 ; Pauline Potter. 

4706 

American ave ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 17,. 
1933; E unp. 68944; Laura Rey- 
nolds Marrow. 4707 

American Hawaiian numerical method 
for Hawaiian steel guitar; by Fran- 
ces M. Barnassack. v. 2. © Mar. 
20, 1933 ; AA 116981 ; American Ha- 
waiian music publishers. 4708 

American sketches ; suite ; pf . © 1 c. 
Mar. 28, 1933; E unp. 69343; Theo- 
dor Carmen. 4709 

Americana ; march militaire ; cornet. 
© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933 ; E unp. 69409 ; 
Frederick Remeni. 4710 



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4737 



Amorosa bella ; tango, w Clive Erard, 
m Lewis Dalryinple. © Mar. 1, 
1933; E for. 28772; James P. Hull. 

4711 

Amorous (The) sign painter; comp. 
and arr. H. W. Friedhofer ; pf. con- 
ductor. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
68439; Movietone music corp. 4712 

Amour . . . tou jours ; tango, de Azor, 
livret Raoul Praxy, couplets Max 
Eddy, m Gabaroche, Pearly et Chag- 
non, arr. Francis Salabert ; orch. 
ptes, © Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 28538 ; 
Editions Salabert. 4713 

Amparo vals; letra Esteban V. Esca- 
lante; pf. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933; E 
unp. 68493; Jose Galles. 4714 

And so we marched ; with biographi- 
cal sketch, fingering, phrasing, ped- 
aling, etc., Rudolph Ganz ; pf. © 
Mar. 1, 1933 ; E pub. 35033 ; Art pub- 
lication soc. 4715 

Andante con moto in B minor ; by 
Bernard Johnson ; organ. © Jan. 
12, 1933; E for. 28795; Oxford uni- 
versity press. 4716 

Angels in the garden; Easter mystery 
play with carols, hymns and cho- 
rales, w by and m compiled Annette 
Mason Ham. © Mar. 17, 1933; D 
28416; J. Fischer & bro. 4716* 

.Antoinette; fox-trot, de Conduisez- 
moi, Madame, d'Oberfeld, arr. Fran- 
cis Salabert; orch. ptes. © Dec. 15, 
1932; E for. 28544; Editions Sala- 
bert. 4717 

Anything ye ask in My name ; hymn. 
© Mar. 9, 1933 ; E pub. 35417 ; Karl 
F. Wittman. 4718 

Anytime, anyday, anywhere; w Ned 
Washington, m Victor Young and 
Lee Wiley; with ukulele arr. © 
Mar. 28, 1933; E pub. 35501; De 
Sylva, Brown & Henderson, inc. 

4719 

Anytime, anywhere ; song, m James 
L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1933 ; E unp. 68398 ; Edythe 
R. Matthews. 4720 

Apple blossoms ; by Joe Venuti, arr. 
Leonid Leonardi ; violin with pf. 
ace. © Mar. 14, 1933 ; E pub. 35189 ; 
Bobbins music corp. 4721 

Apple-tree swing; by Roy Frazee ; pf. 
© Jan. 26, 1933; E pub. 35572; 
White- Smith music pub. co. 4722 



Ampres-midi (L') d'un faune; extrait 
du prelude, de Debussy, transcrip- 
tion Jascha Pleifetz ; violon et pf . 
© Apr. 21, 1931 ; E pub. 35153 ; Carl 
Fischer, inc. 4723 

April (An) song; w Eden Phillpotts, 
m Ernest F. Jores; 4-pt. mixed cho. 
© Mar. 23, 1933; E pub. 35529; G. 
Schirmer, inc. 4724 

April song; 3-pt. cho., w Sara Teas- 
dale, m Harry B. Harelson ; wom- 
en's voices. © Mar. 20, 1933; E 
pub. 35469; H. T. FitzSimons co. 

4725 

Apriti L'ocehi a maritarivi ; violin with 
w. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933; E unp. 
69424 ; Giovanni Pampinello. 4726 

Apuana; lullaby, -w G. W. Harrington, 
m Ruggero Vene; men's voices. © 
Feb. 25, 1933; E pub. 35037; Riker, 
Brown & Wellington, inc. 4727 

Arabisches gold; orient-fantasie, Fr. 
W. Rust; orch. stimmen. © Oct. 
28. 1932; E for. 28744; Richard 
Birnbach. 4728 

Arabisches marchen; Fata Morgana, 
touca, text Hans Schumacher u. 
Theo Emmel, m Hans Schumacher, 
arr. Karl Kleber. © Oct. 16, 1932 ; 
E for. 28756; Rheinbuch-verlag. 

4729 

Arizona is home; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
14, 1933; E unp. 68795; Will. A. 
Peters. 4730 

Arizona moon ; song, melody Pauline 
Story. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 
68467; George Thomas. 4731 

As a shepherd ; w from the Bible, m 
May Van Dyke; in B flat. © Mar. 
9, 1933; E pub. 35155; Boosey & co., 
ltd. 4732 

As I face the sunset and home ; song. 
© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 69286 ; 
Edna J. Robinson. 4733 

As I gaze into your eyes; song. © 
1 c. Mar. 6, 1933 ; E unp. 68376 ; El- 
more Ewing Jones. 4734 

As I kneel beside that old arm-chair; 
w David Arale, m Denis Dene ; with 
ukulele arr. R. S. Stoddon. © Feb. 
21, 1933 ; E for. 28847 ; B. Feldman 
& co. 4735 

As long as I live I'll love you ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
68311; Marjorie F. Michaels. 4736 

As you alone can do; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933 ; E unp. 69401 ; 
Luba Somach. 4737 



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4738 



pt. m, n. s., v. 28 



Ascher's classics of the air album : coll. 
of classics for school and concert 
orchestras, Morton Ascher : pts. © 
Mar. 21, 1933; E pub. 35368; Emil 
Ascher, inc. 4738 

At evening ; w Emery Pottle, m Victor 
Harris ; med. or high voice. © Feb. 
27. 1933 ; E pub. 35067 ; G. Schirmer, 
inc. 4739 

At ten o'clock; song. © 1 c. Mar. 20. 
1933; E unp. 69029; Edward Fill- 
more Cyester. 4740 

At the end of a perfect night : song. 
© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1933 ; E unp. 69187 ; 
Lillian Poole Palmason. 4741 

At the jungle jubilee ; w and m Little 
Jack Little, Dave Oppenheim and 
Ira Schuster. © Mar. 4. 1933; E 
pub. 35181 ; De Sylva, Brown & Hen- 
derson, inc. 4742 

At twilight I'm dreaming of you ; valse 
song. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 
68212; Vearl Sager. 4743 

Au p'tit bistrot de Joinville ; valse 
musette, paroles Jack Cazol. m A. 
Calabrese ; avec accord de l'ukulele. 
© Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 28572 ; Edi- 
tions Salabert. 4744 

Auf der Liineburger heide : marsch, 
aus Griin ist die heide, w Hermann 
Lons. m Karl Blume. © Nov. 15. 
1932 ; E for. 28988 ; Heinrichshofens 
verlag. 4745 

salon-orch. stim- 

men. © Nov. 22, 1932 ; E for. 28979 ; 
Heinrichshofen's verlag. 4746 

Auf der terrasse vom romanischen 
cafe ; tango, w Kurt Schwabach, m 
Fred Sonny u. Paul Mann, arr. Hart- 
wig von Platen ; orch. stimmen. © 
Mar. 16, 1932 ; E for. 28971 ; Wiener 
Phonix-verlag. 4747 

Aus einem alten patrizierhause ; ein 
zyklus nach Thomas Manns Budden- 
brooks, v. Walter Niemann, op. 121 ; 
klavier. © Jan. 2, 1933; E for. 
28860 ; C. F. Peters. 4748 

Auscur; fox-trot; pf. © 1 c. July 15, 
1932; E unp. 68206; Mario Bellini- 
Nicoli. 4749 

Auto (Une) . . . et pas l'sou ; du film, 
paroles Jean Rodor, m Jean Yatove. 
© Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 28638 ; Cbou- 
dens. 4750 

Autumn ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1!):;:; ; 
E unp. 68282; Gordon William Jen- 
sen. 4751 



Autumn afternoon ; w Louise Owen, m 
W. H. Hohmann ; high voice. © 
Mar. 3. 1933 ; E pub. 35073 ; White- 
Smith music pub. co. 4752 

Autumn look what you've done; song, 
m Burrell Van Buren ; pf. © 1 c. 
Feb. 17, 1933; E unp. 68457; Flor- 
ence A. Nickel. 4753 

Autumn moon ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1933; E unp. 69182; Lillian Poole 
Palmason. 4754 

Autumn skies ; poem, Heinrich Geb- 
hard : violin and pf . © Mar. 11, 
1933; E pub. 35296; Carl Fischer, 
inc. 4755 

Autumn (An) tune; by Frederick 
Kell ; clarinet solo, with pf . ace. © 
Mar. 7, 1933 ; E for. 28877 ; Hawkes 
& son (London) ltd. 4756 

Awake, my heart ; w Robert Bridges, 
in A. C. Keeton. © Feb. 14, 1933; 
E for. 28811 ; Boosey & co., ltd. 

4757 

Away, way out in the sticks ; w Benee 
Russell, m Sammy Fain. © Mar. 
11, 1933; E pub. 35179; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc. 4758 

Ay, ay, ay ; Spanish Creole song, solo 
or duet, transcribed Calvin Grooms, 
arr. Albert Adam ; pf . ace. 1. Ha- 
waiian steel guit. — 2. Spanish guit. 
© Mar. 21, 1933; E pub. 35380, 
35407 ; Century music pub. co. 

4759, 4760 

Azor; rumba, couplets Max Eddy, m 
Gabaroche, Pearly et Chagnon, arr. 
Francis Salabert; orch. ptes. © 
Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 28539 ; Editions 
Salabert. 4761 

Baby boy ; w and m Ozzie Nelson ; 
with ukulele arr. © Mar. 15, 1933 ; 
E pub. 35196; Santly bros., inc. 

4762 

w and melody Ozzie Nelson. © 

1 c. Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 68431; 
Santly bros., inc. 4763 

Baby bunting; lullaby. ©1 c. Mar. 
6, 1933; E unp. 68421; B. Bristow 
Owsley. 4764 

Baby dear ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Mar. 10, 1933; E unp. 68646; Ger- 
trude Vinal Hastings. 4765> 

Baby girl ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68420; Nell W. Godfrey. 

4766 

Bach (Johann Sebastian) Crucifixus ; 
from Mass in B minor, arr. Arthur 



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4790 



H. Egerton ; women's voices ; organ 
ace. © Feb. 7, 1933 ; E pub. 35271 ; 
Carl Fischer, inc. 4767 

Kantate nr. 79; Gott, der Herr, 

ist sonn' und schild, vv aus dem 
Psalm 84, English, J. Michael Diack, 
m Joh. Seb. Bach, klavierauszug 
Giinter Raphael ; sop.-, alt-, bass- 
solo u. chor, 2 floten, 2 oboen, 2 
horner, pauken, streichorch., orgel 
u. cembalo. Klavierauszug mit text. 
■© Dec. 30, 1932; E for. 28963; 
Breitkopf & Hartel. 4768 

Kantate nr. 137; lobe den Her- 

ren, den machtigen Konig der ehren, 
von Joh. Seb. Bach, English, Mevan- 
wy Roberts, klavierauszug Giinter 
Raphael ; sop.-, alt-, ten.-, bass-solo 
u. chor, 2 oboen, 3 trompeten, pau- 
ken, streichorch., orgel u. cembalo. 
Klavierauszug mit text. © Dec. 30, 
1932; E for. 28964; Breitkopf & 
Hartel. 4769 

Konzert ; D fur, op. 18, nr. 2, mit 

begl. eines zweiten klaviers, hrsg. 
Ludwig Landshoff; 2 klaviere, 4 
hande. © Jan. 2, 1933 ; . E for. 
28856 ; C. F. Peters. 4770 

Sarabande ; from the French 

suite in D min., transcribed Theo- 
dore M. Finney ; reed quartet. Sc. 
and pts. © Mar. 28, 1933; E pub. 
35523 ; M. Witmark & sons. 4771 

Bachelor (The) of love; song; with 
ukulele arr. Roy Messner. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1933 ; E unp. 68387 ; Shelley 
S. Salyards. 4772 

Bad breaks blues ; w and melody 
Charlie Jordan. © 1 c. Feb'. 18. 
1933 ; E unp. 69084 ; Southern music 
pub. co., inc. 4773 

Bagful (A) of tunes; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1933 ; E unp. 68521 ; 
Morris Swartzman. 4774 

Ballabile ; by Theodore M. Finney ; 
reed quartet. Sc. and pts. © Mar. 
28, 1933 ; E pub. 35521 ; M. Witmark 
& sons. 4775 

Ballo (II) delle ingrate; di Claudio 
Monteverdi, testo Ottavio Rinuccini, 
trascrizione ed istrumentazione 
Alceo Toni, dal basso continuo origi- 
nale ; canto e pf . © Mar. 13, 1933 : 
D 28409; G. Ricordi & co. 4775* 

Balloons, who'll buy my nice balloons ; 
w Nelson Shawn, m Frank Magine ; 
with ukulele arr. © Oct. 21, 1932 ; 
E pub. 35573 ; Forster music pub- 
lisher, inc. 4776 



Bamboo (The) box; musical comedy, 
bk. and lyrics Sarah Grames Clark, 
m Winifred Moore. © Jan. 5, 1933; 
D 28413; Carl Fischer, inc. 4776* 

m Winifred Moore; orch. 

pts. © Feb. 28, 1933 ; E pub. 35304 ; 
Carl Fischer, inc. 4777 

Barcarolle; by Neva Garner Green- 
wood ; violin ; pf . ace. © Mar. 21, 
1933; E pub. 35483; H. T. Fitz- 

Simons co. 4778 

Barefoot days ; w and m Eloise Elliott. 
© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 69240 ; 
Eloise Elliott French. 4779 

Barkla (Neil) Three preludes; pf. 
© Feb. 21, 1933; E for. 28918; El- 
kin & co., ltd. 4780 

Barnett (David) 4 interludes ; op. 7, 
nos. 2, 4, 6, 3 ; pf . © Dec. 15, 1932 ; 
E for. 28673; Editions Maurice 
Senart. 4781 

Baron Munchausen march ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1933; E 
unp. 68454 ; Martin Otto Poenisch. 

4782 

Bataclan; fox-trot, m Jose Do!z, arr. 
G. Filippini ; orch. parti, con versi. 
© Nov. 1, 1932 ; E for. 28830 ; E. M. 
Chiappo. 4783 

Baynes (Sydney) Six popular songs; 
transcribed S. Baynes; pf. © Mar. 
14, 1933; E for. 29047; Boosey & 
co., ltd. 4784 

Be a loyal American; w and m L. M. 
Kohlbeck; pf. © Mar. 6, 1933; 
E pub. 35086; Anton J. Kohlbeck 
and Lottie M. Kohlbeck. 4785 

Be happy ; w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 
3, 1933; E unp, 68323; Peter Ste- 
phen West. 4786 

Beautiful home; song, m Stanley 
Scott. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1933; E 
unp. 69116; Joe T. Sutton. 4787 

Beautiful isle of home sweet home ; 
song, with ukulele arr. May Singhi 
Breen. © Mar. 15, 1933; E pub. 
35353 ; John Bucci. 4788 

Beautiful little you ; song, melody 
James L. Brown. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1933; E unp. 68408; James A. Lee. 

4789 

Beautiful Missouri ; valse song. © 
1 c. Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 68635; 
Eugene Gordy. 4790 



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Beauty parlor sweetheart ; w Vincent 
Frank Pita, melody James Arnold 
Robison. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1933; 
E unp. 68888 ; Robison & Pita. 4791 

Because I'm in love with you; waltz, 
w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 7. 1933 ; 
E unp. 68587 ; Norman Macer. 4792 

Because I*m just a little dancing girl ; 
fox-trot song. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933 ; 
E imp. 68624; Hilda Craig. 4793 

Because of you ; m Raymond Usera ; 
pf. with w. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933; 
E unp. 69475 ; Walter Warner. 4794 

Bedtime (A) story; w Leo Robin, m 
Ralph Rainger. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1933 ; E unp. 6S257 ; Famous music 
eorp. 4795 

Beer: pf. with w. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1933; E unp. 69008; Ambrose Ed- 
ward Goodyer. 4796 

violin and pf . with w. © 1 c. 

Mar. 29, 1933 ; E unp. 69454 ; Albert 
Eisenberg. 4797 

Beer is here; w and m Harry S. Mc- 
Allister ; pf. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933 ; 
E unp. 69400; Harry McAllister 
Strauss. 4798 

Beer parade ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Mar. 23. 1933; E unp. 69157; John 
Schmidel. , 4799 

Beethoven (Ludwig van) Beethoven 
suite; selected Victor L. F. Reb- 
mann, ed. Joseph E. Maddy, arr. 
Tom Clark; band pts. © Mar. 16, 
11)33: E pub. 35345; G. Schirmer. 
inc. 4800 

Klavier-konzert ; nr. 2, B-dur, op. 

19. ausgabe mit unterlegtem zweiten 
klavier als ersatz des orchesters 
Franz Kullak, mit erganzung der 
vortragszeichen u. rev. der finger- 
siiize Willy Rehberg. Anhang: ka- 
denz L. van Beethoven. © Feb. 9, 
1933 ; E for. 29007 ; Steingraber-ver- 
lag. 4801 

Minuet in G : menuet no. 2, solo 

or duet. 1. Ten. banjo, with pf. 
ace, arr. Albert Adam. — 2. Pf. ac- 
cordion, with pf. ace. ad lib., arr. 
G. Calvini. © Mar. 21, 1933 ; E pub. 
35391 35395 ; Century music pub. co. 
4802, 4803 

Begin in me; hymn. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1933; E unp. 68416; Elizabeth 
Rowena Taylor. 4804 



Believe it or not ; w R. O. Wilson, 
melody A. E. Knoll. © 1 c. Mar. 
13, 1933; E unp. 68732; Albert E. 
Knoll and Ralph O. Wilson. 4805 

Believing ; w and m Mike Benton ; 
with ukulele arr. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 
1933; E unp. 68573; Mitchell Mc- 
Iver Benton. 4806 

Bells (The) ringing in glory; Italian 
and English w, m Giovanni Maz- 
zarelli. © Mar. 6. 1933; E pub. 
35098; Luigi Casaburi. 4807 

Bells through the trees ; nocturne, 
Garth Edmundson : organ. © Mar. 
4, 1933 ; E pub. 35216 ; J. Fischer & 
bro. 480S 

Bendito amor ; letra y m Jorge del 
Moral. © Feb. 16, 1933; E for. 
28957 ; Southern music pub. co.. inc. 

4809 

Benedicite. omnia opera ; m Burnet C. 
Tuthill; double choir of mixed 
voices, with incidental alto and ten. 
solos : in F min. © Mar. 22, 1933 : 
E pub. 35360 ; H. W. Gray co. 4S10 

Benedicite, omnia opera Domini ; 4-pt. 
cho., m Will C. Macfarlane ; men's 
voices, organ ace. New version of 
m. © Feb. 11. 1933 ; E pub. 35062 ; 
G. Schirmer, inc. 4811 

Berceuse (La) : bozzetto mimico, Ric- 
cardo Pick-Mangiagalli, rid. dell' 
autore : pf . © Mar. 6, 1933 ; E for. 
28882; G. Ricordi & co. 4812 

Berceuse au rouet ; de Le sergent X. 
paroles Jean Cis et Armand 
Foucher, in Rene Mercier et For- 
terre. © Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 
28603; Editions Salabert. 4813 

Beside a garden gate; w and m W. S. 
Loeb, arr. by Will Toner. © 1 c. 
Mar. 25, 1933; E unp. 69289: Wil- 
liam S. Loeb. 4814 

Beside a waterfall: valse song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6. 1933: E unp. 6S639 ; Erma 
M. Brown. 4815 

Best beloved: ballad, m Stan Tucker. 
© Mar. 1. 1933; E pub. 35232; Jean 
MacPherson. 4816 

Between decks ; by Peter Brunelli : 
pf.-conductor. © 1 c. Mar. 23. 1933 : 
E unp. 69234; Movietone music corp. 

4817 

Between the sunrise and the blue ; w 
Adele Marie Shaw, in G u s t a v 
Kleinm ; in E flat. © Mar. 9. 1933 : 
E pub. 35158: Boosey & co.. ltd. 

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4848 



Biguine ! biguine ; <le Embrassez-moi, 
Rene Mercier ; pf. © Dec. 15, 1932 ; 
E for. 28609; Editions Salabert. 

4819 

Binidittu me cumpari ; m Frank Per- 
rone ; violin with w. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 
1933 ; E imp. 69425 ; Giovanni Pani- 
pinello. 4820' 

Birds' (The) chorus; op. 2; pf. © 
Mar. 7, 1933; E pub. 35133; Myrtle 
Fay Cuttell Zink. 4821 

Birth (The) of rhythm; song, melody 
Lewis Raymond. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1933 ; E unp. 68443 ; Walter Bishop. 

4822 

Birthday (A) song; w and m Albert 
W. Ketelbey ; in B flat. © Mar. 14, 
1933 ; E pub. 29026 ; Bosworth & co., 
ltd. 4823 

Bit (A) of singing; text anon., m Vic- 
tor Harris ; high voice. © Feb. 27, 
1933; E pub. 35068; G. Schirmer, 
inc. 4824 

Bizet (Georges) Lamb of God; arr. 
Charles N. Boyd ; 4-pt. female voices ; 
pf. or organ ace. © Mar. 25, 1933; 
E pub. 35520; M. Witmark & sons. 

4825 

Black and blua bottom ; by Joe Venuti, 
arr. Leonid Leonardi ; violin with 
pf. ace. © Mar. 14, 1933; E pub. 
35190 ; Bobbins music corp, 4826 

Black and white blues ; by A. Dodge ; 
pf. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1933; E unp. 
69038; Anne Dodge. 4827 

Black (A) cat crossed my path; w 
Paul Francis Webster, melody John 
Jacob Loeb. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1933; 
E unp. 68786 ; Leo Feist, inc. 4828 

Black migic ; pf. treble with w. © 
1 c. Mar. 17, 1933; E unp, 68905; 
Charles A. Herbert. 4829 

Blame it on my youth; w Edward 
Lleyman, melody Oscar Levant. © 
1 c. Feb. 20, 1933; E unp. 68256; 
Famous music corp. 4830 1 

Bless the Lord ; w from Psalm 103, m 
Frank La Forge ; low voice, in C. 
© Jan. 5, 1933 ; E pub. 35288 ; Carl 
Fischer, inc. 4831 

Bless you ; w Edward Heyman, mel- 
ody Muriel Pollock. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 
1933 ; E unp. 68545 ; Famous music 
corp. 4832 

Blue-bird ; pf. with w. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1933 ; E unp. 68875 ; H. C. Thorbahn. 

4833 



Blue book of favorites for guitar; 
transcribed, and Beggar's tale com- 
posed, V. O. Bickford. op. 127. © 
Mar. 10, 1933 ; E pub. 35114 ; Vahdah 
Olcott Bickford. 4834 

Blue days ; song ; with ukulele arr. 
Roy Messner. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933 ; E 
unp. 68388; Shelley S. Salyards. 

4835 

Blue eyes ; song, w Walter Gene Ar- 
mour. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1933 ; E unp. 
68839; Leo Matthew Trauth. 4836 

Blue fringed gentians; by Arthur L. 
Brown, op. 96; pf. © Feb. 28, 1933 ; 
E pub. 35050; Theodore Pressor co. 

4837 

Blue heaven above; w Gertrude Saw- 
yer; pf. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933; E 
unp. 69466; Phyllis Da Stefano. 

4838 

Blue lagoon ; w Thomas Grant Spring- 
er, m Louis Drakeford. © 1 c. Mar. 
8, 1933 ; E unp. 68522 ; L. H. Drake- 
ford and T. G. Springer. 4839 

Blue Mediterranean skies ; w Henrik 
N. Ege, m Norman P. Hackforth ; 
with ukulele arr. © Mar. 14, 1933; 
E for. 28949; Dix, ltd. 4840 

Same. © Mar. 20, 1933; E for. 

29060; Dix, ltd. 4841 

Blue over sweet little you ; song, m 
James L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933 ; E unp. 68396 ; 
J. D. Guyon. . 4842 

Blue springs ; pf . with w. © 1 c. Mar. 
20, 1933; E unp. 69004; Gertrude 
Arnold. 4843 

Bluebird you're sunshine to me ; fox 
trot song. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1933; E 
unp. 68614 ; Frank E. Kelly. 4844 

Blues (The) have gone; w and mel- 
ody Fleming and Townsend. © 1 c. 
Feb. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 69086 ; South- 
ern music pub. co., inc. 4845 

Boarding (The) house blues; song. 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 68348 ; 
John Dale. 4S46 

Bob white; w Clement Wood, m 
Jacques Wolfe; low voice. © Mar. 
22, 1933; E pub. 35530; G. Schir- 
mer, inc. 4847 

Boite a musique ; zonta chanson na- 
tionale, w Elizabeth Evans, inciden- 
tal music arr. from Mozart Rondo ; 
pf. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933; E unp. 
68509; Laura B. Luke. 4848 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Bold (The) bandolero; w Francis 
Borne, m William Hodson, arr. 
Bruce Car let on ; men's voices. © 
Mar. 21, 1933 ; E pub. 35438 ; Theo- 
dore Presser co. 4849 

Bolle di sapone ; fox-trot, versi Rich e 
Zar, m Norberto Caviglia ; orch. 
parti. © Nov. 1, 1932 ; E for. 28829 ; 
E. M. Chiappo. 4850 

Boy (A), a girl, a lamplight; song. 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 69348 ; 
James Hampton Shelton. 4851 

Boy o' my dreams; song, m Billie 
Brown. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1933; E 
unp. 68674 ; Anna Welker Brown. 

4852 

Boy scout patrol; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
10, 1933; E unp. 69173; Bessie Lee 
Smith-Cupp. 4853 

Brahms (Johannes) Deck thyself my 
soul with gladness ; choral prelude, 
English tr. Catherine Winkworth, 
m arr. for 2 pfs. © Mar. 20, 1933 ; 
E pub. 35322; Catherine Kramer. 

4854 

Lass dich nur nichts nicht dau- 

ren ; op. 30, geistliches lied, w Paul 
Fleming, English, by W. G. Rothery, 
m arr. Ezra Harold Geer ; women's 
cho. ; organ ace. © Mar. 8, 1933 ; 
E pub. 35350; E. C. Schirmer music 
co. 4855 

Symphonette ; symphonic themes 

simplified and interpreted from 
Brahms' fourth, text F. Sheehy, 
themes A. M. Schuff. © Jan. 24. 
1933; AA 115930; Frances Sheehy. 

4S56 

Bright (The) lights never go out on 
Broadway ; w and melody. © 1 c 
Mar. 31, 1933 ; E unp. 69512 ; Frank 
McGuinness. 4857 

Broadway ; tango, w Enrique Liendo ; 
pf. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1933; E unp. 
69007 ; Carlos A. Gianotti. 4858 

Broken (The) hearted soldier boy; 
song, John Bondon. © Mar. 20, 
1933; E pub. 35491; Hobart Grant. 

4859 

Broken (A) song; w Moira O'Neill, m 
Roland Farley ; high or med. voice. 
© Feb. 17, 1933 ; E pub. 35092 ; New 
music press, inc. 4860 

Brulantes larmes ; valse, de Le beguin 
de la garnison, paroles Paul Murio, 
m Guy d'Arvor ; avec accord de 
l'ukulele. © Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 
28594; Editions Salabert. 4861 



Bugle (The) corps; by Ella Ketterer ; 
pf . © Mar. 11, 1933 ; E pub. 35165 ; 
Theodore Presser co. 4862 

Buildin' on a rock; w anon., m Otto 
L. Bohanan. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933 ; 
E unp. 69272 ; Florence D. Bohanan. 

4863 

Business with the devil; w M. Hant- 
man, m M. Kaye ; pf. © 1 c. Mar. 
29, 1933; E unp. 69452; Morris 
Hantman and Maurice Kaye. 4864 

Buy American; song. © Feb. 10, 
1933; E pub. 35511; L. Z. Phillips. 

4865 

song, w Henry M. Sommers. © 

1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; E unp. 68365; 
Cesare Sodero. 4866 

w and m Hewitt Toland. © Feb. 

27, 1933; E pub. 35171; Mid- West 
music publishers. 4867 

By a waterfall; w Earl McCarron, m 
Ralph William Winslow Bolton. © 
1 c. Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 68483; 
George Percy Bolton. 4868 

C'est la belle vie; 6/8 one-step, de Le 
fils improvise, paroles Henri Falk, 
Leo Lelievre et Fernand Rouvray, 
m Rene .Sylviano ; avec accord de 
l'ukulele. © Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 
28584; Editions Salabert. 4869 

C'est vous ; valse, paroles Jean Le- 
noir, m H. Ackermans ; avec accord 
de l'ukulele. © Dec. 15, 1932; E 
for. 28564 ; Editions Salabert. 4870 

Ca. c'est Brest ; de Yatove ; orch. ptes. 
© Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 28633 ; Chou- 
dens. 4871 

Ca vient comm' ga ; fox-trot, dans 
Cocktail Figaro, paroles Max Eddy 
et Max-Blot, m Mireille ; avec accord 
de l'ukulele. © Dec. 15, 1932; E 
for. 28600 ; Editions Salabert. 4872 

Cabin in the pines ; w and melody 
Billy Hill. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933; 
E unp. 68441 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & 
co., inc. 4873 

Call me mother ; song, melody Pauline 
Story. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 
68871; Anna Ownby. 4874 

Call me sweetheart; w Mose Sigler. 
and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1933; 
E unp. 68289; Michael H. Cleary. 

4875 

Call of Israel ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Mar. 14, 1933; E unp. 68955; Moret 
Shea. 4876 



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4906 



Call to the arms ; song, w Joseph Gutt- 
mann. ©lc. Mar. 23, 1933 ; E imp. 
69150; Henrietta Lolir. 4877 

.Came the dawn; w Charles O. Roos, 
m Thurlow Lieurance ; in D flat. © 
Mar. 21, 1933; E pub. 35442; Theo- 
dore Presser co. 4878 

•Camp, camp, campin' on your door- 
step ; w Howard Johnson and Chas. 
Tobias, melody J. Fred Coots. © 1 
c. Mar. 8, 1933 ; E unp. 68536 ; Irving- 
Berlin, inc. 4879 

^Canaries' serenade; by Billy Mayerl ; 
pf . © Mar. 22, 1933 ; E for. 28954 ; 
Keith, Prowse & co., ltd. 4880 

Can't you see I love you sweetheart; 
song. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1933 ; E unp. 
69113 ; Francis O. Beall. 4881 

.Canti di Strapaese; versi Francesco 
Sapori, m Gian Luca Tocchi. © 
Mar. 20, 1933; E for. 28944; G. Ri- 
cordi & co. 4882 

^Canzone (La) del paradiso ; poema 
sinf onico, Adolf o Gandino ; orch. © 
Mar. 6, 1933; E for. 28881; G. Ri- 
cordi & co. 4883 

*Caprice fantastique; von E. W. Korn- 
gold, frei bearb. ROzsika Revay ; 
violine u. klavier. © Mar. 4, 1933 ; 
E for. 28911; B. Schott's sohne. 

4884 

>Caquet (Le) ; de Fr. Dandrieu, arr. 
Francis Salabert ; orch. ptes. © 
Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 28541 ; Editions 
Salabert. 4885 

■ Caravan from China ; by Eastwood 
Lane; pf. © Mar. 10, 1983; E pub. 
35219; J. Fischer & bro. 4886 

Carlotta-valse ; valse, C. Millocker, 
arr. Francis Salabert ; orch. ptes. © 
Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 28542 ; Editions 
Salabert. 4887 

Carnival ; song, w Irving Goldstein. 
© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1933; E unp, 68660; 
Robert Enoch. 4888 

(Carolina home of mine ; waltz, w and 
m Don Lewis, arr. Kay Fitch ; band 
pts. ©.Mar. 21, 1933 ; E pub. 35445 ; 
Don M. Lewis. 4889 

.Carolina lullaby ; w and melody Ce- 
celia Reeker, Billy Baskette and Ed. 
Rose. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1933 ; E unp. 
69436 ; Joe Davis, inc. 4890 

^Carolina moonlight ; song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 14, 1933; E unp. 68776; J. 
-Clarence Blake. 4891 



Carry on Franklin D. ; w and m Happy 
Zahm, arr. John Gorman ; pf. © 
1 c. Mar. 28, 1933; E unp. 69361; 
Howard A. Zahm. 4892 

Carry on ! Mr. Roosevelt ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1933; E unp. 
68835; Thomas A. Donahue. 4893 

Carrying on with you ; w rev. Harold 
Robe, m rev. Arthur Bergh and 
Geoffrey O'Hara. © Mar. 29, 1933 ; 
E pub. 35561 ; Galaxy music corp. 

4894 

Castle of dreams ; valse song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 68622; Mabel 
Clary. 4895 

Cathedral hymn ; hymn tune, w C. 
Wordsworth. © 1 c. Feb, 16, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68560; Douglas Fletcher. 

4896 

Cathedral meditation ; solo or duet, 
Edwin H. Lemare, arr. Albert 
Adam ; pf. ace. 1. Hawaiian steel 
guit. — 2. Spanish guit. © Mar. 21, 
1933; E pub. 35382, 35406; Century 
music pub, co. 4897, 4898 

'Cause this place is all our own; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933 ; 
E unp. 69365 ; Otto J. Altrichter. 

4899 

Cavalcade; grand march, Louis E. De 
Francesco, arr. Peter Brunelli ; pf. 
© 1 c. Mar. 3. 1933; E unp. 68436; 
Movietone music corp. 4900 

march, from the film, w Reginald 

Berkeley, m Louis E. De Francesco ; 
pf. © Mar. 9, 1933; E pub. 35130; 
Movietone music corp. 4901 

Cavatina ; by Fritz Kreisler ; violin 
and pf. © Jan. 26, 1933; E pub. 
35299 ; Carl Fischer, inc. 4902 

Cavendish (The) fourteenth concert 
party album of concerted numbers; 
w Reg Low, m James M. Gallatly. 
© Feb. 24, 1933; E for. 28815; 
Boosey & co., ltd. 4903 

Ce soir, ce soir, cherie ; w Harry Kahn, 
m Franc >is, arr. William Stickles ; 
male cho., or quartet. © Mar. 24, 
1933 ; E pub. 35518 ; Harms, inc. 

4904 

Cento di questi giorni ; di Gino Tra- 
visi; pf. © Nov. 15, 1932; E for. 
28840 ; Theo Muccy. 4905 

Century of progress ; pf . with w. © 
1 c. Mar. 31, 1933; E unp. 69526; 
Ignacy Wasniewski. 4906 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Chadwick ; hymn tune, w from Latin 
of St. Ambrose. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1933; E unp. 68561; Douglas Flet- 
cher. 4907 

Chanson (La) de Lison ; valse, paroles 
G. Millandy, sur la m Jean Eblinger ; 
avec accord de l'ukulele. © Dec. 15, 
1932; E for. 28597; Editions Sala- 
bert. 4908 

Chansons pour petits et grands ; par- 
oles et m Jean Koenig ; pf . © Dec. 
15, 1932; E for. 28646; Editions 
Maurice Senart. 4909 

Chantez, mon coeur ; fox-trot, de 
Bariole, paroles Charles Trenet, m 
Jane Bos ; avec accord de l'ukulele. 
© Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 28568 ; Edi- 
tions Salabert. 4910 

Charlotte, I've waited years for you ; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 
1933; E unp. 68916; Belle K. 
Adams. 4911 

Charmed ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68233 ; Alexander Andrew 
Garber and William Fodor. 4912 

Cheer up and smile; w Lou Welch, 
and melody. © 1 c. Mir. 3, 1933; 
E unp. 68446 ; Belle Kilgore. 4913 

Cheerio ! America's glad song, w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 27. 1933; E 
unp. 69325; Susie Tracy Booker. 

4914 

Cheery (The) tree doth bloom ; w Mar- 
garet Owen, m Alma Goatley ; in G. 
© Feb. 18, 1933; E for. 28825; 
Boosey & co., ltd. 4915 

Chicago ; w and m Duncan J. Muir. 
© Mar. 16, 1933; E pub. 35239; S. 
Brainard's sons co. 4916 

Chicago rag; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Mar. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 68938 ; Edwin 
A. George and Ward Pleshek. 4917 

Chicago's world's fair song book; coll. 
of international songs, compiled M. 
M. Cole ; with guit. chords. © Jan. 
10, 1933; AA 113142; M. M. Cole 
pub. co. 4918 

Children in songland; songs, w Madge 
Ohe. bk. 1, 2. © Apr. 20, 1932; 
AA 117068; Pearl Adams. 4919 

Children's march; by Edwin Franko 
Goldman; full band pts. © Mar. 
16, 1933 ; E pub. 35342 ; G. Schirmer, 
inc. 4920 



Chimes o'er the lake; barcarolle, Ger- 
ald F. Frazee; organ. © Mar. 10-,. 
1933; E pub. 35303; White-Smith 
music pub. co. 4921 

Chinese (A) love song; song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 68682 ; Marion 
Hart Prentice. 4922 

Choclo (El) ; Argentine tango, Span- 
ish, Francia Luban, English, Mar- 
jorie Harper, m A. G. Villoldo, arr. 
J. Rosamond Johnson. © Mar. 23, 
1933; E pub. 35423; Edward B. 
Marks music corp. 4923 

Choral song for a reunion; w Oliver 
Wendell Holmes ; treble voices ; or- 
gan or pf . ace. © Nov. 7, 1932 ; 
E for. 28768; Leslie Heward. 4924 

Christ has gone on high today; Ger- 
man ascension lied, text Ronald 
Thompson, freely arr. Harvey Gaul ; 
mixed voices; organ ace. © Mar. 
13, 1933 ; E pub. 35160 ; M. Witmark 
& sous. 4925 

Christ the Lord is risen ; Easter carol 
anthem, w Isaac Watts, old German 
melody, arr. Ros Vors ; mixed 
voices ; pf. or organ ace. © Mar. 
20. 1933; E pub. 35485; Concordia 
pub. house. 4926 

Christmas mood ; choral improvisation 
based on phrases of w and tunes of 
familiar Christmas hymns, Eugene 
A. Farner ; mixed cho. with organ 
ace. © May 8. 1933; E pub. 35150; 
Eugene A. Farner. 4927 

Christmas night; w Nancy Byrd 
Turner, m Leila France ; pf . © 
Jan. 4, 1933; E pub. 34996; Leila 

F. McDermott. 4928 

Christophorus ; oper, vorspiel u. nach- 
spiel Franz Schreker, klavierauszug 
mit text Erwin Stein. © Oct. 10. 
1932; D 28410; Edition Adler, 
G.m.b.H 4928* 

Cielo (II); waltz; pf-accordion. © 
Mar. 6, 1933 ; E pub. 35132 ; Andrew 
W. Rizzo. 4929 

Cinquantaine (La) ; solo or duet, 
Gabriel-Marie. 1. Ten. banjo, with 
pf. ace, arr. Albert Adam.— 2. Pf. 
accordion, with pf. ace. ad lib., arr. 

G. Calvini. © Mar. 21, 1933 ; E pub. 
35392, 35398; Century music pub. 
co. 4930, 4931 

Clara; son, letra y m Yirgilio Gon- 
zalez, arr. Belisario Lopez. © Feb. 
24, 1933; E for. 28913; Southern 
music pub. co., inc. 4932 



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no. 3, 1933 



4962 



Clasp (The) of your hand; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1933 ; E imp. 
68459; Fred Shorey Campbell. 

4933 

Cloudy moon ; waltz song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 13, 1933; E unp. 69176; John 
C. Nickelsen. 4934 

Cobweb (The) of your dreams; song, 
m Jack Mahoney. © Mar. 4, 1933 ; 
E pub. 35229 ; Evelyn Kean. 4935 

Colombina ; episodio drammatico, par- 
ole Alfredo Gandolfo, English, Berta 
Reviere, m Anthony F. Paganucci ; 
sop, e ten. © Jan. 5, 1933; E pub. 
35290; Carl Fischer, inc. 4936 

Come a little closer ; w Jimmy Camp- 
bell, m Con Conrad and Reg Con- 
nelly. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933 ; E unp. 
69069; Campbell, Connelly, inc. 

4937 

Come back again to the sun ; w Fer- 
rers Leigh, m Lao Silesu. © Feb. 
28, 1933; E for. 28784 ;' Ascherberg, 
Hopwood & Crew, ltd. 4938 

Come back to me ; song, w Mario H. 
Dattolo. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933; E 
unp. 68201; Paul Giaquinto. 4939 

Come back to me my dear ; w Andres 
R. Javier, m Isidro P. Sipin ; with 
ukulele arr. © Mar. 27, 1933; E 
pub. 35493; Leftwich pub. co. 4940 

Come back to my heart ; valse song. 
© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1933 ; E unp. 68815 ; 
Lorenzo Morel. 4941 

Come, night ; 3-pt. cho.,. w from the 
Welsh of Islwyn's, by Edmund O. 
Jones, m Daniel Protheroe ; wom- 
en's voices. © Mar. 20, 1933 ; E 
pub. 35468; H. T. FitzSimons co. 

4942 

Come out, Vienna ; from Waltz time, 
w A. P. Herbert, m adapted from 
Johann Strauss, by Louis Levy ; with 
ukulele arr. © Mar. 2, 1933 ; E for. 
28722; Chappell & co., ltd. 4943 

Comforter (The) ; w from Psalms, m 
Allene K. Bixby ; high voice. © 
Feb. 6, 1933; E pub. 35011; White- 
Smith music pub. co. 4944 

Comic strips ; mood 3 of Tabloid, 
Ferde Grofe. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1933; 
E unp. 69016; Robbins music corp. 

4945 

C mi: 1 ' V to' the Rye; w Robert Burns, 

special arr. of m Vera Elliott ; 

mixed voices. © Dec. 30, 1932; E 

pub. 35542; Safeway stores, inc. 

4946 



Comparsa (La) de los Congos ; motivo 
afro cubano, letra y m Eliseo 
Grenet; pf. © Feb. 24, 1933; E 
for. 28916 ; Southern music pub. co., 
inc. 4947 

Compline for Sundays ; ed. for congre- 
gational use C. W. Smith and J. F. 
Walsh Clark. © Feb. 22, 1933; E 
for. 29006 ; Cary & co. 4948 

Con amore ; melodie, solo or duet, 
Paul Beaumont, arr. Albert Adam ; 
pf. ace. 1. Hawaiian steel guit. — 
2. Spanish guit. © Mar. 21, 1933 ; E 
pub. 35381,. 35405; Century music 
pub. co. 4949, 4950 

Con los brazos abiertos ; tango, letra 
Mario, m Hector Martinez ; pf . y 
violin. © Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 
28560; Editions Salabert. 4951 

Concertante suite ; v. Heinz Schubert ; 
violine u. kammerorch. Partitur. 
© Feb. 1, 1933; E for. 28739; Ries 
& Erler, G.m.b.H. 4952 

Coquette (La) ; gavotte; 1st violin. 
© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1933 ; E unp. 69217 ; 
Harold Nielsen. 4953 

Coquette; pf. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1933; 
E unp. 68898; William J. Simon. 

4954 

Cotton field blues ; pf. with w. © 1 c. 
Mar. 25, 1933; E unp. 69259; Wil- 
liam Doane. 4955 

Couldn't you fall for me ; w Jack 
Scholl, m Max Rich, arr. Paul 
Hill ; with ukulele arr. © Mar. 1, 
1933; E pub. 34999; Olman music 
corp. 4956 

Countin' cross ties ; w and m Bob 
Miller ; with ukulele arr. © Mar. 
15, 1933; E pub. 35187; ABC 
standard music publications,, inc. 

4957 

Country (A) concert; compiled Doro- 
thy Pennyman ; choir, combs, dul- 
cimer, whistle, triangle, cymbals, 
side drum, big drum, mouth organ, 
pf. and fingers. 1. Sc. — 2. Pts. © 
Jan. 19, 1933; E for. 28851, 28852; 
Oxford univ. press. 4958, 4959 

Country gardens ; morris dance. 1. 2 
pfs. r 4 hands, arr. Louis Victor 
Saar.— 2. Pf. duet arr. William 
Baines— 3. Pf., 6 hands, arr. N. 
Clifford Page. © Mar. 13, 1933; 
E pub. 35564-35566; Oliver Ditson 
co., inc. 4960^-4962 



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4963 



pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Cours complet de teclmique appliquee ; 
pour trombone-ten. a coulisse et 
trombone-ten. & 6 pistons iude- 
pendants. © Feb. 15, 1933; E for. 
28618; Jules Blangenois. 4963 

Cow (The) trail to Mexico; w and 
melody Jules Allen. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1933 ; E unp. 69090 ; Southern music 
pub. co., inc. 4964 

Cowboy ; syncopation, Lothar Perl ; 
pf . © Mar. 17, 1933 ; E for. 29049 ; 
B. Schott's sohne. 4965 

Cozy little shack in dreamy valley ; 
waltz song, arr. Will Livernash. © 
1 c. Mar. 2, 1933; E unp. 68290, 
Ethel Eva Etensohn. 4966 

Cradle song; w Charlotte H. Coursen, 
m F. Fries, arr. Cyr de Brant ; 
treble voices with incidental sop. 
solo. © Mar. 11, 1933; E pub. 
35257; Carl Fischer, inc. 4967 

Cras (Jean) Concerto; pour pf. et 
orch., J. Cras, reduction a deux pfs. 
par l'auteur. © Dec. 15, 1932; E 
for. 28656 ; Editions Maurice Senart. 

4968 

Credo d'amour ; de Le temps des 
cerisrs, paroles Georges Thibault et 
J. dTiberte, m G. Costoncelli. © 
Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 28577 ; Editions 
Salabert. 4969 

Crown Him ; hymn-anthem, w Thomas 
Kelly, m Allene K. Bixby ; mixed 
voices, with alto solo. © Feb. 16, 
1933; E pub. 35010; White-Smith 
music pub. co. 4970 

Csardas. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1933; E unp. 
68526; Arthur Berger. 4971 

Cuban glow ; w and melody ; in C. 
© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1933 ; E unp. 69451 ; 
Grace Maria McClary. 4972 

Cubana (La); rumba; pf. © 1 c. 
Mar. 16, 1933; E unp. 68877; Ger- 
ard Carbonara. 4973 

Cuckoo (The) ; by L. C. Daquin, arr. 
Philip Gordon ; woodwinds. Sc. 
and pts. © Mar. 20, 1933; E pub. 
35309; M. Witmark & sons. 4974 

Cuddle in your daddy's arms; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 28. 1933; E 
unp. 69370; Ruth Graham. 4975 

Cultivate that Roosevelt smile; w 
May D. Helmcamp. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 
1933; E unp. 69514; Maude M. 
Bailey. 4976 



Cup of gold ; song, w Ethelyn Miller 
Hartwich. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1933; E 
unp. 68541; Florence Colby Bat- 
tram. 4977 

Dancer (The) ; valse petite, Maxim 
Littoff ; pf. © Feb. 9, 1933 ; E pub. 
35283; Carl Fischer, inc. 4978 

Dancing in the dawn ; pf. © 1 c. 
Mar. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 68939 ; Benja- 
min Gardiner Carpenter. 4979 

Dancing sunbeams; intermezzo, Al- 
bert Parker ; violin and pf ., with 
teacher's 2d violin pt. © Feb. 9, 
1933; E pub. 35282; Carl Fischer, 
inc. 4980 

Dancing that old waltz again ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1933; E 
unp. 68772; Sam Kavalsky. 4981 

Dancing through the night ; song, m 
James L. Brown; with ukulele arr. 
© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 68723 : 
Henry Schumacher. 4982 

Dancing with the one I love; song. 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 68463 ; 
Daniel Kuster. 4983 

Dancing with you; fox-trot, w and m 
Peter Forbes; with ukulele arr. © 
Mar. 6, 1933; E for. 28778; Cecil 
Lennox, ltd. 4984 

Dangerously yours ; by L. E. De Fran- 
cesco and Peter Brunelli, arr. P. 
Brunelli; pf. conductor. © 1 c. 
Mar. 3, 1933; E unp. 68438; Movie- 
tone music corp. 4985 

Daniel Webster's horses ; w Eliza- 
beth Coatsworth, m Reginald C. 
Robbins, of U.S.; bass or bar. © 
Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 28671; Edi- 
tions Maurice Senart. 4986 

Dans les prisons russes ; czardas, H. 
Ackermans, arr. Francis Salabert: 
orch. ptes. © Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 
28545; Editions Salabert. 4987 

Danse de la chevre ; par Arthur 
Honegger; flute. © Dec. 15, 1932; 
E lor. 28648; Editions Maurice 
Senart. 498S 

Danza infantile; intermezzo, Giulio 
de Micheli, op. 113; pf.-direzione. 
© Dec. 15, 1932: E for. 28S36 ; C. 
Beltramo. 4889 

Dark (The) clouds are drifting away ; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1933 : E unp. 68699 ; Isadore Robert 
Bernstein. 4990 



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5019 



Dark eyes; Russian folk song, Eng- 
lish version Glenn Visscher, m arr. 
Henri Weber. © Mar. 24, 1933; E 
pub, 35458; Bel win, inc. 4991 

Dark moon ; fox-trot, w Ann Ronell, 
m Moises Simons, arr. Paul Weirick ; 
orch. pts., with male trio arr. Rosa- 
mond Johnson. © Mar. 28, 1933 ; E 
pub. 35503 ; Edward B. Marks music 
corp. 4992 

Dark moon come out from the clouds 
above; w Ann Ronell, m Moises 
Simons. © Mar. 23, 1933; E pub. 
35424; Edward B. Marks music 
corp. 4993 

Darling baby ; pf. with w. © 1 c. 
Mar. 25, 1933; E unp. 69260; El- 
ston Sims. 4994 

Darling, I love ouly you always; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; 
E unp. 68304 ; Robert J. Drummond. 

4995 

David (Johann Nepomuk) Zwei kleine 
praludien und fugen ; in A moll ,u. 
G dur; orgel. © Nov. 10, 1932; E 
for. 28569 ; Breitkopf & Hartel. 4996 

Dawn and sunset ; melody romance, 
Turner Layton ; pf . © Jan. 5, 1933 ; 
E for. 28682; Keith, Prowse & co., 
ltd. 4997 

Dawn in the wood ; 4-pt. cho., poem 
Nelle Richmond Eberhart, m Charles 
Wakefield Cadman ; women's voices. 
© Mar. 20, 1933; E pub. 35473; 
H. T. FitzSimons co. 4998 

Dawn (The) of a brighter day; song, 
m Luther A. Clark. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 
1933; E unp. 68583; A. S. Daven- 
port. 4999 

Dawn of a brighter day; song. © 1 
c. Mar. 13, 1933; E unp. 68743; 
Joseph P. Kelleher. 5000 

Day breakin' blues; w and melody R. 
Evans and Harrison G. Smith. © 
1 c. Feb. 25, 1933; E unp. 69073; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 5001 

Day by day; song. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 
1933; E unp. 68539; Clarke Fort- 
ner. 5002 

Day out and day in ; soog, m F. J. 
Townsend and H. DuRand Brandau. 
© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 69270 ; 
Frederick James Townsend. 5003 

Day (The) that I met you; song, w 
B. Bristow Owsley. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 
1933; E unp. 68517; George Gold- 
kette. 5004 



Days gone by ; violin with w. © 1 c. 
Mar. 22, 1933; E unp. 69146; Guy 
D'Allura. 5005 

Days gone bye; fox-trot song. © 
Mar. 6, 1933; E pub. 35230; Cono 
Petitti. 50O6 

De golden gate; low voice. © Feb. 
23, 1933; E pub. 35477; Cyrus H. 
McCormick. 5007 

De l'angelus de l'aube a l'angelus du 
soir ; de Edmond Marc ; pf. © 
Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 28636; Henry 
Lemoine et cie. 5008 

De tout mon coeur ; valse, paroles 
Pierre Bayle, m Gaston Claret ; avec 
accord de l'ukulele. © Dec. 15, 
1932; E for. 28595; Editions Sala- 
bert. 5009 

Deaf (The) boatman; Hungarian 
popular text, English, Clement F. 
Rogers, m Zoltan Kodaly ; sop. 1, 2 
and alto, unacc. [English text 
only] © Nov. 10, 1932; E for. 
28691 ; Oxford university press. 5010 

Dear little boy ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
22, 1933; E unp. 69185; Lillian 
Poole Palmason. 5011 

Dear little mother of mine ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1933; E 
unp. 69219 ; Edward Thomas Sawell. 

5012 

Dear Louise ; w and melody, arr. 
Sadie Parrish. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68502; Walter A. Tapscott. 

5013 

Dear old days ; waltz ; melody with 
pf. ace. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1933; E 
unp. 69200; P. Spicacci. 5014 

Dear old friend ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
22, 1933; E unp. 69181; Lillian 
Poole Palmason. 5015 

Dearest brother; song, m James L. 
Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Mar. 13, 1933; E unp. 68718; Josie 
McCormack. 5016 

Dearest dear; song. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1933; E unp. 68516; Coze-Mine 
Merced Wilson. 5017 

Decepcion ; barcarola ; pf. con letra. 
© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 68884 ; 
George M. Dada. 5018 

Deep in my dreams, deep in the night ; 
fox-trot, w Joe Young, m Phil Bax- 
ter ; with ukulele arr. © Mar. 8. 
1933; E pub. 35147; Leo Feist, inc. 

5019 



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5020 



pt. in, 11. s., v. 28 



Deep melodv of love ; song, w Jerry 
Hall. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 
68372; Aaron Gonzalez, jr. 5020 

Deiro's (Guiclo) royal method for the 
piano accordion ; by Guido Deiro. 
v. 1. © Mar. 6, 1933; AA 116784; 
Nicomede music co. 5021 

Delibes (Clement Philibert Leo) Syl- 
via dances ; valse lente, w Frederick 
H. Martens, m arr. Henry P. Cross ; 
mixed cho. © Feb. 6, 1933 ; E pub. 
35041 ; Oliver Ditson co., inc. 5022 

Demierre (Frangois) 24 preludes; 
dans tous les tons maj. et min., F. 
Demierre; pf. © Dec. 15, 1932; 
E for. 28657 ; Editions Maurice Sen- 
art. 5023 

Depression (The) ; song, m James L. 
Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Mar. 27. 1933 ; E unp. 69317 ; Frank 
C. Garcia. 5024 

Depression (The) blues; song; [ac- 
cordion] © Feb. 10, 1933; E pub. 
35415; Leslie C. Groff. 5025 

Depression blues ; fox trot, m H. S. 
Perkins and Tom Meadows ; pf., 
with w and banjo chord indications. 
© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1933 ; E unp. 68828 ; 
Harold Stanley Perkins. 5026 

Depression (The) is over and pros 
perity is back to stay ; w and mel- 
ody, with harmony indications. © 
1 c. Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 68425; 
Bernard Shapiro. 5027 

Dernieres nurseries ; par D.-E. Inghel- 
brecht. 6 e recueil. 1. Pf.— 2. Pf., 
a 4 mains. © Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 
28614, 28615; Editions Salabert. 

5028, 5029 

Desde que te conozco ; vals, letra y 
m Luisa Gonzalez. © Feb. 24, 1933 ; 
E for. 28915; Southern music pub. 
co., inc. 5030 

Desquite (El) ; tango, letra Nicolas A. 
Trimani, m Juan Polito ; pf. y violini 
divisi. © Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 
28561; Editions Salabert. 5031 

Deutscher fohn ; marsch, Ernst Hanf- 
staengl ; klavier. © Jan. 31, 1933 : 
E for. 28775 ; Ed. Bote & G. Bock. 

5032 

Deutsches barbck; suite, frei nach 
alten meistern, Alois Pachernegg : 
kleines orch. Partitur. © June 30, 
1932; E for. 28740; Ries & Erler. 
G. m. b. H. 5033 



Deux (Les) guitares ; chanson-tzigane, 
paroles Lucien Boyer, arr. musical 
Francis Salabert ; avec accord de 
rukulele. © Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 
28601 ; Editions Salabert. 5034 

Deuxieme album Salabert; 10 danses 
mcdernes celebres pour saxophone 
alto mi bemol, compilation Francis 
Salabert. © Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 
28611; Editions Salabert. 5035 

Devant le miroir ; capricious inter- 
mezzo, L. E. De Francesco, arr. 
Peter Brunelli ; pf .-conductor. © 1 
c. Mar. 23, 1933; E unp. 69231: 
Movietone music corp. 5036 

Devil (The) took advantage of me: 
fox trot, w and m Dot Dillon. © 
1 c. Feb. 25, 1933; E unp. 68599: 
Dorothy Dillon. 5037 

Dichosa (La) suegra ; son, letra y m 
Julio Brito, arr. Alfredo Brito. © 
Feb. 24, 1933; E for. 28914; South- 
ern music pub. co., inc. 5038 

Dickory's horse ; w from the Observer, 
m and actions Anne Harding Thomp- 
son; pf. © Mar. 10, 1933; E for. 
28704; Novello & co., ltd. 5039 

Ditson (The) junior string quartet 
album ; compiled and arr. Ralph G. 
Winslow. Sc. and pts. © Mar. 17, 
1933: E pub. 35568; Oliver Ditson 
co., inc. 5040 

Ditson (The) string quartet album; 
compiled and ed. Karl Rissland ; pts. 
bk. 1. © Mar. 15, 1933; E pub. 
35569 ; Oliver Ditson co., inc. -5041 

Divertimento militare; v. Leopold 
Mozart, fur den konzertgebrauch 
hrsg. Erich Kleiber ; orch. Partitur. 
© Dec. 12, 1932; E for. 29044: Ed. 
Bote & G. Bock. 5042 

Divertissement ; for piano and cham- 
ber orch., Heinrich Gebhard ; 2 pfs. 
© Feb. 7, 1933 ; E pub. 35352 ; E. C. 
Schirmer music co. 5043 

Divertissements sur un theme pas- 
toral ; par Gabriel Pierne. op. 49 ; 
orch. Partition. © Dec. 15. 1932: 
E for. 28616; Editions Salabert. 

5044 

Divine ; by Plubert Bauersachs. op. 
48; violine and pf. © Mar. 8. 1933: 
E pub. 35136; H. T. Bauersachs & 
co. 5045 

w E. M. Cooper, m Teddy Bauer. 

© Mar. 8. 1933: E pub. 35135; E. 
Marie Cooper and Hubert Bauer- 
sachs. 5046- 



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no. 3, 1933 



5075 



Dixie clew ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Mar. 16. 1933; E unp. 68865; Ray 
Genung. 5047 

Dixieland ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Mar. 28, 1933; E imp. 69372; August 
Folker. 5048 

Do you know ; w and m Leslie Sarony ; 
with ukulele arr. © Feb. 28, 1933 ; 
E for. 28531; Campbell, Connelly & 
co., ltd. 5049 

Does it mean what it might; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
68325; Florence L. Zepf. 5050 

Doin' the Eskimo dance ; song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 68374; Mark 
A. Weber. 5051 

Doin' what I please; w Andy Razaf, 
m Thomas Waller. © Feb. 20, 1933 ; 
E pub. 35021 ; Lawrence music pub- 
lishers, inc. 5052 

Dolce sera ; serenata, Giovanni Brus- 
so; pf.-direzione. © Dec. 15, 1932; 
E for. 28777 ; C. Beltramo. 5053 

Don Alonso's treasure; operetta in 
two acts, m Arthur A. Penn, arr. 
Charles J. Roberts; orch. pts. © 
Jan. 9, 1933; E pub. 35300; Carl 
Fischer, inc. 5054 

Don't call me sweetheart ; song, m 
Stan Tucker; pf. treble. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 68433; W. L. 
Philastre. 5055 

Don't cry little pal; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 14, 1933 ; E unp. 68794 ; 
Lewis Ponzio and John Adelizzi. 

5056 

Don't follow me ; melody. © 1 c. Mar. 
28, 1933; E unp. 69405; Luba 
Somach. 5057 

Don't lie about love; w and m Karl 
King and George Jones. © 1 c. Mar. 
11. 1933; E unp. 68679; Carl W. 
Schwotzer. 5058 

Don't take me back to the chain gang ; 
w Ed. Condon and G. Autry, and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1933; E 
imp. 68656; Gene Autry. 5059 

Don't treat me like a dog; w and 
melody D. Williams. © 1 c. Mar. 
16. 1933; E unp. 68897; Southern 
music pub. co., inc. 5060 

Don't you hear me calling, mother ; 
song, m Sylvester Long Cross. © 
1 c. Mar. 15, 1933; E unp. 68848; 
Emma Ball. 5061 



Dorothy; w and m Betty Kratz ; pf. 
© 1 c. Mar. 1. 1933 ; E unp. 6824.1 : 
Elizabeth Kratz. 5062 

waltz, w and m John P. Scott 

and Dorothy E. Borchers. © Feb. 
27, 1933; E pub. 35465; Walter A. 
Quincke. 5063 

Doughboys (The) ; march; band pts., 
with w. © Mar. 20, 1933; E pub. 
35446; Frank Frank. 5064 

Dover Beach ; w Matthew Arnold, m 
Reginald C. Robbins ; bass or bar. 
© Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 28670 ; Edi- 
tions Maurice Senart. 5065 

Down by the sally gardens ; w W. B. 
Yeats, air : Tbe maids of Mourne 
shore, arr. Arthur E. Hall; male 
cho. © Mar. 22, 1933; E pub. 
35437; Galaxy music corp. 5066 

Down lover's lane ; w Ida M. Hood, 
Don York. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1933; 
E unp. 68983 ; National music pub. 
co. 5067 

Down south in Dixie; song, m Mar- 
garet Allison Bonds. © 1 c. Mar. 
31, 1933; E unp. 69522; Mae Jack 
Cheek. 5068 

Down sweetheart's lane ; w and m 
Mike Benton, pf. arr. Marcus Bart- 
lett ; with ukulele arr. Perry Bech- 
tel. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1933: E unp. 
68574; Mitchell Mclver Benton. 

5069 

Down that weeping willow lane ; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1933; 
E unp. 68288; Joseph Anthony 
Kushner. 5070 

Down the trail of golden sunshine ; 
w and melody. © Mar. 14, 1933; 
E unp. 68773; Morty Berk. 5071 

Downhearted blues ; song, m Joe Bres- 
land; pf. treble. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1933; E unp. 68456; Steve Powers. 

5072 

Draggin' around with you ; w Martin 
C. Unci en, melodv Pauline Story- 
© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1933 ; E unp. 69445 ; 
Martin Unden. 5073 

Dramatische ouverture ; v. Franz von 
Blon ; orch. stimmen. © Jan. 1, 
1933 ; E for. 28738 ; Gebriider Hug & 
co. 5074 

Dream girl of the mountains : song. 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 69335 : 
Ethel Grace Zander. 5075 



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pt. in, n. s.. v. 28 



Dream lover ; w L. Everett Burnham 
and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 16. 1933: 
E unp. 69464 ; Breachford Burn- 
ham. 5076 

Dream of the shepherdess : idylle, solo 
or duet, Aug. Labitzky, op. 45. arr. 
Albert Adam ; pf . ace. 1. Hawaiian 
steel guit. — 2. Spanish guit. © Mar. 
21, 1933; E pub. 35383, 35404; Cen- 
tury music pub. co. 5077. 5078 

Dream song ; melody, with pf . ace. 
© 1 c. Mar. 24. 1933 ; E unp. 69215 ; 
Norman Worth Hawes. 5079 

Dream waltz; song. © 1 c. Mar. 1. 
1933: E unp. 68235; Celia Abeles. 

5080 

w James Alexander, m Stewart 

MacDonald. © 1 c. Mar. 3. 1933; 
E unp. 68335 ; James Alexander 
Meek. 5081 

Dreaming alone in the twilight: song, 
m James L. Brown : with ukulele 
arr. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933: E unp. 
68717; Clarence M. Johnson. 5082 

Dreams ; song, m Sylvester Long 
Cross. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1933 ; E unp. 
68854; Maidee Foster. 5083 

w Charles Bancroft, m Oscar J. 

Fox. 1. In G.— 2. In F.— 3. In E 
flat. © Feb. 28, 1933 ; E pub. 35053 ; 
Theodore Presser co. 5084 

Dreams of you ; pf. treble, with w to 
cho. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1933: E unp. 
69224 ; Emerson Barnes Weir. 50S5 

Dreamy Alabama moon : w and mel- 
odv. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 
68414; John R. Wolter. 5086 

Dreamy minuet ; w Paul Francis Web- 
ster, melody John Jacob Loeb. © 
1 c. Mar. 14. 1933; E unp. 68787: 
Leo. Feist, inc. 5087 

Drifted apart ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1933; E unp. 68412; Allen Duane 
Bronson. 5088 

Drifting and dreaming, sweet para- 
dise ; fox-trot, w Haven Gillespie, m 
Egbert Van Alstyne, Erwin R. 
Schmidt and Loyal Curtis, arr. 
Harry Stanley and George A. Bron- 
son ; Hawaiian steel guit.. with cho. 
arr. for 3 guits., and for solo in E 
maj., and ukulele arr.; in diasram. 
© June 21, 1932 ; E pub. 35515 : L. 
B. Curtis. 5089 

Drifting down the river; song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 7. 1933; E unp. 68492; Lois 
Wills Stanton. 5090 



Drifting on the old Ohio ; song. © 
1 c. Mar. 21, 1933; E unp. 69057: 
Charlotte Hubbard. 5091 

Du bist mein grosses erlebnis, du 
kleine frau ; lied u. tango, aus 
Prinzessin fur eine nacht, gesangs- 
texte Hans Pflanzer, m Victor Cor- 
zilius, arr. Fred Ralph ; orch. stim- 
men. © Jan. 2, 1933 ; E for. 28996 ; 
Edition Neruda. 5092 

tango, w Hans Pflanzer, m Vic- 
tor Corzilius, klavier arr. Harry 
Waldau. © Oct. 29. 1932; E for. 
28998; Edition Neruda. 5093- 

Du mein liebes, mein schones Berlin : 
aus Robert und Bertram, w Giinther 
Bibo u. Peter Klaus, m Karl Buch- 
holz u. Herbert Bergmann. © Dec. 
31. 1932; E for. 28931; Crescendo 
theaterverlag. G. m. b. H. 5094 

s p e z i a 1 - arr. K. 

Buchholz : salon-orch. stimmen. © 
Jan. 1. 1933; E for. 2S930 : Cres- 
cendo theaterverlag, G. m. b. H. 

5095 

Duettino ; by Neva Garner Green- 
wood : 2 violins ; pf. ace. © Mar. 
21. 1933: E pub. 35478; H. T. Fitz- 
Simons co. 5096 

Dungeon dirge ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
10. 1933 : E unp. 68668 ; Robert Liv- 
ingston Vance. 5097 

Each little moment ; w Jimmy White, 
and melodv. © 1 c. Mar. 6. 1933: 
E unp. 68378; Clovis Miller. 5098 

East of Suez; intermezzo orientale, 
Carol Strebor ; band pts., with con- 
ductor. © Jan. 16, 1933; E pub. 
35254: Carl Fischer, inc. 5099 

Easter (An) hallelujah; anthem. 
Biblical text, m Frank Wrigley ; 
mixed voices, with sop, or ten. solo, 
organ ace. © Feb. 16. 1933 : E pub. 
3oi!09; White-Smith music pub. co. 

5100 

Easter (An) song; by Russell Brough- 
ton : trumpet 1, 2, trombone 1, 2 
and timpani. © Mar. 6, 1933: E 
pub. 35313; H. W. Gray co. 5101 

Easter song ; w anon., m Matthew Na- 
thaniel Lundquist ; mixed voices. 
© Mar. 20, 1933 ; E pub. 35486 ; Con- 
cordia pub. house. 5102 

Easter (An) spring song; by Garth 
Edmundson : organ. © Mar. 4, 
1933; E pub. 35214; J. Fischer & 
bro. 5103- 



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no. 3, 1933 



5131 



Easy rhythm ; pf . with w. © 1 c. 
Mar. 22, 1933; E unp. 69130; John 
Huffington. 5104 

Easy study in dynamics ; on 5 notes ; 
pf. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1933; E unp. 
68968; Jessie Drummer Baetz. 5105 

Echo from the hills ; intermezzo, 
Renee Miles; pf. © Feb. 9, 1933; 
E pub. 35284; Carl Fischer, inc. 

5106 

Echo (The) on the hill ; song, m James 
L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Mar. 13, 1933; E unp, 68712; For- 
rest Crockett. 5107 

Echoes ; w Danford Barney, m Ewald 
Haun. © Feb. 24, 1933; E for. 
29015; G. Ricordi & co. 5108 

Echoes from Germany ; by Carl Gie- 
sen, arr. Charles J. Roberts ; band 
pts,, with conductor. © Jan. 16, 
1933; E pub. 35251; Carl Fischer, 
inc. 5109' 

Echoes of love; waltz, w Marjorie 
Harper, and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 
28, 1933; E imp. 69407; Carman 
Laurino. 5110 

Edeson (Donald) Three old English 
songs ; w Thomas Weelkes, John 
Chalkhill and W. Shakespeare, m 
D. Edeson. © Feb. 23, 1933 ; E for. 
28675 ; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., inc. 
with John G. Murdoch & co., ltd. 

5111 

Egyptian Rose ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Mar. 1, 1933 : E unp, 68238 ; Dudley 
Billings Reed. 5112 

Ei wohl eilie schone zeit ; osterreich- 
ische volksweise, kleine liedkantate, 
m Carl Gerhardt ; hohe stimmen u. 
alle vorhandenen blasinstrumente. 
violine 1, 2 u. cello. Partitur. © 
Dec. 29, 1932; E for. 28763; Wil- 
helm Hansen. 5113 

Eleanor ; song, m James L. Brown ; 
with ukulele arr. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1933; E unp. 68402; Edwin J. Car- 
roll. 5114 

Eleanor blue; pf. with w. © 1 c. 
Mar. 23, 1933; E unp, 69227; Fi- 
nette Pidcoe. 5115 

song. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1933; E 

unp. 69151 ; Evalyn Garrett Becker. 

5116 

Elegie; par Marguerite Roesgen- 

Champion ; violon et pf. © Dec. 

15, 1932; E for. 28650; Editions 

Maurice Senart. 5117 



Elegy ; from Downland suite, John 
Ireland ; pf . © Feb. 23, 1933 ; E for. 
28535; Edwin Ashdown, ltd. 5118 

Elegy of love ; w Leo Rudin ; pf. © 
1 c. Mar. 20, 1933; E unp. 68990; 
Jessie Malin. 5119 

Elephant (The) never forgets ; w R. P. 
Weston and Bert Lee, m Harris 
Weston; with ukulele arr. © Feb. 

14, 1933 ; E for. 28900 ; Francis, Day 
& Hunter, ltd. 5120 

Ellaree ; m Burrell Van Buren ; pf. 
with w. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933; E 
unp. 69264 ; William L. Stooksbury. 

5121 

Elle etait dui nord ; 6/8 one-step, pa- 
roles Jack Gazol, m A. Calabrese ; 
avec accord de l'ukulele. © Dec. 

15, 1932; E for. 28573; Editions 
Salabert. 5122 

Elopement blues; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
10, 1933 ; E unp. 68669 ; Robert Liv- 
ingston Vance. 5123 

Elverh0i; Dansk folkevlse, melodi fra 
Stevns, for strygeorkester, Herman 
Sandby. Partitur. © July 20, 1931 ; 
E for. 28904; Skandinavisk og Bo- 
rups musikforlag agtieselskab. 

5124 

Empty (An) shell; w and melody. © 
1 c. Mar. 17, 1933; E unp. 68901; 
Howard Miller Rhines. 5125 

En mi rancho hay una nor ; ranchera, 
paroles argentines Juan A. Caruso, 
m Luis Teisseire ; pf. © Dec. 15, 
1932; E for. 28558; Editions Sala- 
bert. 5126 

Enchantment ; by Clarence Kohlmann, 
arr. Orlando A. Mansfield ; organ. 
© Feb. 28, 1933; E pub. 35052; 
Theodore Presser co. 5127 

End (The) of the party; fox-trot, 
William Spielter ; pf. conductor. © 
1 c. Mar. 30', 1933; E unp. 69478; 
Movietone music corp. 5128 

End (The) of the trail; pf. treble 
with w. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 
68460; Fred Shorey Campbell. 

5129 

Enfantines ; 12 pieces, Roger Pillonel ; 
pf. l er cah. © Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 
28660; Editions Maurice Senart. 

5130 

Enfants (Les) s'amusent ; paroles 
Paul Marinier et Pierre Humble, m 
Philippe Pares. © Dec. 15, 1932; 
E for. 28613; Editions Salabert, 

5131 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Episode; song, w J. H. Shelton and 
Betzi Beaton, ©lc. Mar. 27, 1933 ; 
E imp. 69349; James H. Shelton. 

5132 

Erin awake ; song, w Emma A. Schrey- 
er. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1933; E unp. 
69230; Frank R. Schreyer. 5133 

Erin! dear Erin; song. © 1 c. Feb. 
13, 1933; E unp. 68976; Anna 
Meakin. 5134 

Es gibt nur ein Berlin ; marsch, w W. 
Kollo u. Hans Pflanzer, m "Willi 
Kollo, arr. Hartwig von Platen ; 
orch. stimmen. © Jan. 20, 1933; E 
for. 28974; Edition Meisel & co., G. 
m. b. H. 5135 

Es muss ein grosses wunder sein ; 
walzer, aus Fiirst Seppl, w Will Mei- 
sel, m Friedrich Jung; orch. stim- 
men. © Oct. 1, 1932 ; E for. 28967 ; 
Edition Meisel & co., G. m. b. H. 

5136 

Es war einmal ein musikus ; tango, w 
u. m Friedrich Schwarz, arr. Franz 
Stolzenwald ; orch. stimmen. © 
Jan. 16, 1933 ; E for. 28975 ; Edition 
Meisel & co., G. m. b. H. 5137 

Esaborio ; pasodoble ; orch. ptes. © 
Feb. 1, 1933 ; E for. 28622 ; A Urme- 
neta. 5138 

Espagnole; suite, James M. Fulton; 
band pts., with conductor. © Feb. 
28, 1933; E pub. 35431; Fillmore 
bros. co. 5139 

Esperanza ; tango, dal film Tre uomini 
in track, parole M. Galdieri, ver- 
sione spagnola Tito Schipa, m Um- 
berto Mancini ; orch. parti. © Jan. 
15, 1933; E for. 28838; Caesar film. 

5140 

Essek (Paul) 30 spezial-etiiden ; in 
den ersten fiinf lagen fiir violine, 
op. 30. © July 22, 1932; E for. 
289.81 ; Gebr. Hug & co. 5141 

Etudes ; a la premiere position dans 
les tons maj. et min. les plus usites. 
Diversite de- rythmes et de coups 
d'archets, F. Gerlier. © Dec. 15, 
1932; E for. 28643; E. Gaudet. 

5142 

Etudes-caprices; von R. Kreutzer, mit 
analytischen studien, Otakar Sevcik, 
op. 2(5 ; lift. 3, nrs. 20-31. © Dec. 30, 
1932; E for. 28989: 01. Pazdirek. 

5143 

Euryanthe ; grosse romantische oper, 
dichtung Helmine von Chezy, m C. M. 
von Weber, neubearb. Hermann Wei- 



gert. Klavierauszug mit text. © 
Nov. 7, 1932; E for. 28870; Edition 
Adler, G. m. b. H. 5144 

Evening ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68670 ; Robert Livingston 
Vance. 5145 

Evening service; in B min., Hugh 
Blair, rev. and ed. with new matter, 
Ivor Atkins ; mixed voices, organ 
ace. © Feb. 28, 1933 ; E for. 28619 : 
Novello & co., ltd. 5146 

Evening song; w William Miles, m 
Raymond Brown. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1933 ; E unp. 68380 ; Raymond Bau- 
man. 5147 

Ever since I fell in love; fox-trot, w 
and m Godfrey C. Bond. © 1 c. 
Jan. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 66793 ; Donald 
Fairbairn. 5148 

Ever since that lucky day ; w Herbert 
Lumley, m Pat Thayer; with uku- 
lele arr. © Feb. 14, 1933; E for. 
28898; Francis, Dav & Hunter, ltd. 

5149 

Evergreen (The) valley; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 
68914 ; Johnnie L. Andree. 5150 

Every little thing ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
13, 1933 ; E unp. 68738 ; James Wil- 
liam Smith. 5151 

Everyone is happy ; duet, w Pamela 
Mason, m Jeanne Sterling. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1933; E unp. 69468; Mar- 
gery Featherston and Esther Weikel. 

5152 

Everything reminds me of you ; song. 
© 1 c. Mar. 2. 1933 ; E imp. 68283 ; 
Gordon William Jensen. 5153 

song. © 1 c. Mar. 25. 1933; E 

unp. 69239 ; Valeria Hill Brown. 

5154 

Everything's goin' to be all right ; fox 
trot; pf. with w. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1933 ; E unp. 69072 ; Francis Joseph 
James Bezy. 5155 

Ev'ry one is in slumberland, but just 
we two: w Gene Brown, m George 
Moore and Chester Nordman; with 
ukulele arr. © Mar. 25, 1933; E 
pub. 35429; SEattinger piano and 
music co. 5156 

Ev'iyone remembers but you; w and 
melody Benny Davis and Ben Oak- 
land. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1933; E unp. 
68757 ; Famous music corp. 5157 

Extra ; w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 
21. 1933; E unp. 69063; Benjamin 
Abert and Abe Jacobs. 5158 



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no. 3, 1933 



5186 



Eyes that shine ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1933 ; E unp, 68371 ; Joe Barilla. 

5159 

Fairest (The) flowers that grow; 
song, m Leo E. Mahoney. © 1 c. 
Mar. 30, 1933; E unp, 69486; John 
C. Mahoney. 5160 

Fairies' (The) good-night; song. © 
1 c. Mar. 1, 1933; E unp. 68243; 
Agnes Elizabeth Rose. 5161 

Fairy (The) ring; song, w C. F. Dex- 
ter, m arr. M. M. McDonald. © 1 c. 
Mar. 1, 1933 ; E unp. 68232 ; Carolyn 
F. Dexter and Mary M. McDonald. 

5162 

Fairy-tale ; by Jonny Heykens ; orch. 
pts. © Jan. 20, 1933 ; E for. 28863 ; 
United music publishers, ltd. 5163 

Faith and loyalty ; song, in Ray Hib- 
beler. © Feb. 6, 1933 ; E pub. 35335 ; 
Hilda Reynolds. 5164 

Faith turns the night into the day; 
hymn, w by and m arr. U. Utley. 
© Feb. 15, 1933 ; E pub. 35112 ; Ul- 
dine Utley. 5165 

Falling leaves ; song, m Burrell Van 
Buren; pf. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1933; E 
unp. 68519; Ruth Estella Demmitt. 

5166 

Fanfares of radio land ; march fan- 
fare, East Lear ; conductor's sc. © 
1 c. Mar. 13, 1933; E unp. 68706; 
Charles East Lear. 5167 

Fantome; valse, paroles Maurice Au- 
bret, m H. Ackermans ; avec accord 
de l'ukulele. © Dec. 15, 1932; E 
for. 28565 ; Editions Salabert. 5168 

Farmer's (The) daughter's wedding 
day ; w Ned Washington and Herb 
Magidson, melody Allie Wrubel. © 
1 c. Mar. 25, 1933; E unp. 69341; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co,, inc. 5169 

Fassbinder (Der) ; walzer, old mel- 
ody, new arr. ; 1st violin. © 1 c. 
Feb. 9, 1933; E unp. 68512; Peter 
Miiller. 5170 

Father, teach us to know ; 2-pt., w 
Tyrone King, m Cecil Ellis, arr. Wil- 
liam Coburn ; treble voices. © Feb. 
10, 1933 ; E pub. 35012 ; Select music 
co. 5171 

Feed My lambs ; hymn, w and m La 
Bella De Janvier, harmonized A. 
Younger/ © Jan. 17, 1933; E pub. 
35432; Lydia B. De Janvier and 
Aimee Younger. 5172 



Feeling blue ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 27. 
1933 ; E unp. 69469 ; Francis Baker- 
Smith. 5173 

Feet, take me home; song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 3, 1933; E unp. 68349; John 
Dale. 5174 

Fenster (Die) auf, der lenz ist da; 
walzer, aus Johann Strauss, der 
k. u. k. hofballmusikdirektor, w 
Ernst Neubach, m Hans May, nach 
Joh. Strauss, spezial arr. Mac Ayn ; 
orch. stimmen. © Aug. 1, 1932; E 
for. 29002; Edition Karl Briill. 

5175 

Fest auf Monbijou ; suite in 5 satzen, 
Hermann Wunsch, op. 50 ; kleines 
orch. Sc. © Jan. 3, 1933; E for. 
28906; Ernst Eulenburg. 5176 

Festal (A) psalm; from Psalm 98, m 
W. Gillies Whittaker ; male cho. © 
Jan. 12, 1933; E for. 28792; Oxford 
university press. 5177 

Fiddler Joe, diddle-iddle-iddle-icldle- 
um ; w and m Rex London and Algy 
More; with ukulele arr. © Mar. 
16, 1933; E for. 28939; Huntley 
Trevor music co., ltd. 5178 

Fifth nocturne; solo or duet, J. Ley- 
bach, arr. Albert Adam ; pf. ace. 
1. Hawaiian steel guit. — 2. Spanish 
guit. © Mar. 21, 1933 ; E pub. 35384, 
35403 ; Century music pub. co. 

5179, 5180 

Fighting (The) cadets ; song. © Mar. 
8, 1933; E pub. 35104; William 
Henry Beardsworth. 5181 

Fill the glasses to Roosevelt; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1933; E 
unp. 69496 ; Henry C. Harding. 5182 

Filomena ; fox trot, m Cesare Augusto 
Ciociano, arr. G. Filippini ; orch. 
parti, con versi. © Nov. 1, 1932; E 
for. 28827 ; E. M. Chiappo. 5183 

Fils (Le) de Mickey; de Bidon d'or, 
Henry Verdun; pf. © Dec. 15, 
1932; E for. 28588; Editions Sala- 
bert. 5184 

Finding the brighter side ; song, w 
S. C. P. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933; E 
unp. 69422 ; Alice J. Condon. 5185 

First (The) thing I knew; w and m 
Gus Kahn and Con Conrad and 
Jimmy Campbell. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 
1933; E unp. 69433; Metro-Gold- 
wyn-Mayer corp. 5186 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



First (The) thing I knew — Con. 

w Gus Kahn and Jimmy Camp- 
bell, m Con Conrad and Reg Con- 
nelly. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933 ; E nnp. 
69068; Campbell, Connelly, inc. 

5187 

Flight (The) of the bumblebee; by N. 
Rimsky-Korsakov, arr. William M. 
Felton; pf. © Mar. 11, 1933; E 
pub. 35168; Theodore Presser co. 

5188 

Floral (A) fancy; intermezzo, Robert 
S. Thornton; pf. © Feb. 17, 1933; 
E for. 28533 ; Walsh, Holmes & co., 
ltd. 5189 

Flower song; solo or duet, Gustave 
Lange, arr. Albert Adam ; pf . ace. 1. 
Hawaiian steel guit. — 2. Spanish 
guit. © Mar. 21, 1933: E pub. 
35386, 35402 ; Century music pub. co. 
5190, 5191 

Flowers that fade in the fall; waltz 
song, m Bertha Fisher Johnson. © 
Mar. 16, 1933; E pub. 35209; Rich- 
ard Sylvester Johnson. 5192 

Follow America on ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1933 ; E unp. 69062 ; 
Sparty J. Nardone, jr. 5193 

Follow me; hymn, w George D. Wat- 
son, set to hymn tune Tucker, arr. 
© Feb. 24. 1933; E pub. 35056; 
George W. Cooke. 5194 

Following Foster's footsteps ; dramusi- 
cal in 1 act, bk. Henry A. Schauffler, 
m Gordon Balch Nevin ; women's 
voices. Voc. sc. © Mar. 17, 1933 ; 
H 28417 ; J. Fischer & bro. 5194* 

Fool (A) in love; w George McQueen, 
m Sid Lippman ; with ukulele arr. 
© Mar. 16, 1933; E pub. 35222; 
Irving Berlin, inc. 5195 

For it's jig-saw puzzle time ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933; E 
unp. 69379; Ethel Janette Rhodes. 

5196 

For me ; fox-trot song, m Burrell Van 
Buren; pf. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1933; 
E unp. 68907 ; Frank A. Hempler. 

5197 

For me He careth ; anthem, w H. 
Bonar, in Joseph Fletcher ; solo and 
mixed eho. © Mar. 21, 1933 ; E pub. 
3r,3r,7; Robin Ellis. 5198 

For you I'd die my Betty dear; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933; E 
nnp. 69396; Clarence Le Roy 
Witham. 5199 



Forget me not; funeral march. © 
1 c. Mar. 27, 1933; E unp. 69318; 
Julius Jaffe. 5200 

Forget the past ; from Broadway bad, 
w Sidney D. Mitchell, m Harry Akst, 
arr. Wm. Spielter. © Feb. 28, 1933 ; 
E pub. 35044; Movietone music 
corp. 5201 

Forgive and forget; song, w Murry 
Goodrich. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1933; E 
unp. 68805; Michail Gorsky. 5202 

w and m Mike Benton ; with uku- 
lele arr. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1933; E 
unp. 68575; Mitchell Mclver Ben- 
ton. 5203 

w and m Nat Johns, Clay Keyes 

and P. Zeppelli; with ukulele arr. 
© Mar. 1, 1933 ; E for. 28678 ; Keith, 
Prowse & co., ltd. 5204 

Forte (Pasquale) Nocturne; pf. © 
1 c. Mar. 23, 1933; E unp. 69170; 
Pasquale Forte. 5205 

Forward we go ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Mar. 27, 1933; E unp. 69354; 
Harvey J. Lebo. 5206 

Fournier (Jean) Symphonie; op. 23; 
grand orch. Partition. © Dec. 15, 
1932; E for. 28655; Editions Mau- 
rice Senart. 5207 

Fox (Sam) atmospheric series; by R. 
Drigo, J. S. Zamecnik, L. E. De 
Francesco and others ; pf .-conductor. 
v. 3. © Mar. 3, 1933 ; E pub. 35023 ; 
Sam Fox pub. co. 5208 

Fox (Sam) music hour orchestra fo- 
lio ; arr. J. S. Zamecnik ; 1st violin 
(a) v. 1. © Mar. 24, 1933; E pub. 
35354 ; Sam Fox pub. co. 5209 

Fox-trot in key of C ; op. 1 ; melody, 
with pf. ace. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68986 ; Lewis L. Ward. 5210 

Franklin D. Roosevelt ; march for pf., 
with vocal trio, w Irving Caesar, 
m William H. Woodin. © Mar. 15, 
1933; E pub. 35002; Miller music, 
inc. 5211 

Fraternal order of eagles ; song, arr. 
Harry Ludwig. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 
1933; E unp. 69154; Bert Morris. 

5212 

Freche (Die) muus ; foxtrot, w Ger- 
hard Ebeler, m Hans Otten. © Jan. 
1, 1933; E for. 28752; G. Ebeler- 
verlag. 5213 



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no. 3, 1933 



5239 



Freight train blues ; w and melody 
Kid Coley and Cliff Hayes. © 1 c. 
Feb. 18, 1933; E unp. 69080; South- 
ern music pub. co., inc. 5214 

Friend, spend ; song, and prose intro- 
duction Vanishing money. © 1 c. 
Mar. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 68950 ; Arthur 
H. Meyer. 5215 

Frog (The) ; humorous pt.-song, w 
F. E. Weatherly, m Ernest Newton ; 
sop. or 1st ten., mezzo-sop., 2nd ten. 
or bar., and bass. © Mar. 10, 1933 ; 
E for. 28702; Novello & co.. ltd. 

5216 

Frohe fahrt ; potpourri, Carl Rainer ; 
gem. chor, mit klavier o. kleinem 
orch. Klavierauszug. © Aug. 12, 
1932 ; E for. 28995 ; Gebr. Hug & co. 

5217 

From foreign shores ; 2d book of musi- 
cal travelogues, John Thompson ; pf . 
© Mar. 30, 1933; E pub. 35514; 
Schroeder & Gunther, inc. 5218 

From Kansas to New Orleans ; song, 
m James L. Brown; with ukulele 
arr. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933; E unp. 
69300; Raymond Braud. 5219 

From me to you; w and m Wayne 
King, F. Andre and Nat Conney ; 
with ukulele arr. © Mar. 6, 1933; 
E pub. 35085; M. Witmark & sons. 

5220 

From now till eternity; song, melody 
Lewis Raymond. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1933 ; E unp. 68442 ; Walter Bishop. 

5221 

Fruit jar blues ; w and melody Austin 
Allen. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 
69076; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

5222 

Fuglistaller (Carl) Sechs lieder; op. 
15, nach alemannischen ged. aus 
Madlee bearb. Hermann Burte. © 
Sept. 20, 1932; E for. 28993; Carl 
Fuglistaller. 5223 

Fur's kinderherz ; kinder u. spiellieder, 
fur klavier, mit nachspielen bearb. 
M. P. Heller, of Germany, op. 90. © 
May 4, 1932 ; E for. 28933 ; Richard 
Birnbach. 5224 

Fughetta scherzando ; by J- >hn H. 
Yates; organ. © Mar. 22. 1933; 
E pub. 35363; H. W. Gray co. 

5225 

Oalla-Rini concert album for piano 
accordion ; selected and arr. An- 



tonio Galla-Rini. v. 2. © Jan. 5, 
1933; E pub. 35289; Carl Fischer, 
inc. 5226 

Gambler's return ; w and melody Jim- 
mie Davis. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933; 
E unp. 69100; Southern music pub. 
co., inc. 5227 

Game preserve ; march, A. L. Meyers ; 
band pts. © Feb. 28, 1933; E pub. 
35430 ; Fillmore bros. co. 5228 

Gay love shines ; song, m James L. 
Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Mar. 13, 1933; E unp. 68722; H. 
Rutchik. 5229 

Gebharcl (Hans) Fantasie ; op. 18; 
orgel. © Mar. 4, 1933 ; E for. 28912 ; 

B. Schott's sohne. 5230 

Gee but you're sweet ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 69324 ; 
O. L. Lee. 5231 

General Pershing; march, one or two- 
step, Carl D. Vandersloot; pf. ac- 
cordion arr. © Mar. 16, 1933; E 
pub. 35220; Harry J. Lincoln. 

5232 

General William Booth enters into 
heaven; rhapsody, w Nicholas 
Vachel Lindsay, m Philip James; 
male cho., with ace. of trumpet in 

C. trombone, bass drum, etc., pf. 1, 
pf. 2 interchangeable with organ. 
© Mar. 6, 1933; E pub. 35084; M. 
Witmark & sons. 5233 

Georgia ! All hail ; bi-centennial song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 68453 ; 
William Thomas Pearman. 5234 

Georgia moon is calling me ; w Ellen 
Lynne, m Sylvester Long Cross ; pf . 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1933; E unp. 68477; 
Rose Ellen Larson. 5235 

Georgiana waltz ; by Frank Georgi- 
ana; pf. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933; E 
unp. 69417; George Georgiana. 

5236 

Gettin' the bird ; melody Elli Bellare. 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 69081 ; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 5237 

Getting more ; song, m Burrell Van 
Buren; pf. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1933; 
E unp. 68908 ; Frank A Hempler. 

5238 

Gewehr iiber ; marsch, Willi Tliiele ; 
klavier. © Jan. 31, 1933; E for. 
28776; Ed. Bote & G. Bock. 5239 

Gib mir noch vor torschluss, einen 
kuss als vorschuss ; slowfox, aus 
Hochzeit auf Japata, w Jan van 



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Gib mir noch vor torschluss — Con. 
Hera u. W. W. Goetze, m Walter W. 
Goetze, an*. Ed. Kiinneke ; orch. 
stimmen. © Jan. 5, 1932; E for. 
28986; Edition Neruda. 5240 

Gifts: song. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1933; 
E unp. 69190; Lillian Poole Palma- 
son. 5241 

Gimmi [sic] just a little bit o' love; 
song, m Burrell Van Buren ; pf. © 
1 c. Mar. 25, 1933; E unp. 69261; 
Charles J. Knobloch. 5242 

Gioccndo ; violin and pf . © 1 c. Mar. 
7. 1933; E unp. 68435; Marvin 
Dewey Hurd. 5243 

Gipsy (The) bridegroom; waltz; voice 
or cello with pf. ace. © 1 c. Oct. 
31, 1932 ; E unp. 68797 ; Kate Archer. 

5244 

Gipsy capers; pf. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 
1933 ; E unp. 69455 ; Louise Clark. 

5245 

Gipsy-maske ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 
1933 ; E unp. 68210 ; Melle Roseff . 

5246 

Girl (The) at Ruffs' crossing: w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933; E 
unp. 69388; Bessie Fligger. 5247 

Girl (The) next door; written and 
composed Tommie Connor and Tom- 
mie Everett; with ukulele arr. Al- 
vin D. Keech. © Mar. 28. 1933; 
E for. 29066; B. Feldman & co. 

5248 

Girl of my heart; song, m James L. 
Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Mar. 13. 1933; E unp. 68728; Cath- 
erine White. 5249 

Girl of the badger pines; w and mel- 
ody Lucille Sopin. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 
1933: E unp. 69377; Lucille Sopin - 
ski. 5250 

Girl on tiptoe; by Eastwood Lane: pf. 
© Mar. 10. 1933; E pub. 35218: 
J. Fischer & bro. 5251 

Girls' songs for seafarers : unison, w 
Hamish Maclaren, m Alec Robert- 
son. © Feb. 9, 1933; E for. 28788; 
Oxford univ. press. 5252 

Give back your love to me; w Lou 
Howard, m Les Lyons. © 1 c. Feb. 
27, 1933; E unp. 68445: Raymond 



L. Howard. 



5253 



Give ear to my voice, O Lord ; anthem 
w from Psalms, m Edward Ship- 
pen Barnes: mixed voices and sop 



solo, ad lib. : organ ace. © Mar. 3, 
1933; E pub. 35268; Carl Fischer 
inc. 5254 

Give me a break; w and melody. © 
1 c. Mar. 2, 1933; E unp. 68285; 
Peggy Tone. 5255 

Give me a song; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
18. 1933; E unp. 69018; Harold 
Leand. 5256 

Give me back every kiss : w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1933; E unp 
68836; Michael Flagg. 5257 

Give your life for Him; hymn. © 
1 c. Mar. 13, 1933; E unp. 68740; 
Wallace Cry or. 5258 

Glad (The) song; w Elizabeth Cooper, 
m Hanna Hagstrom. © 1 c. Feb. 23. 
1933 ; E unp. 68294 ; Hanna M Hag- 
strom. 5259 

Gllick (Das) macht eine frau so schon ; 
waltz, aus Moderne Mitgift. w Fritz 
Rotter, m Hans May, arr. Mac Ayn r 
orch. stimmen. © Aug. 22, 1932 : 
E for. 29004; Edition Karl Brlill. 

5260 

Gliickliche reise: operette, Max Ber- 
tuch u. Kurt Schwabach, m Eduard 
Kiinneke. Grosser klavierauszug mit 
text. © Jan. 1, 1933 ; E for. 28991 ; 
Allegro theaterverlag, G.m.b.H. 

5261 

Gnecchi (Tittorio) Valzer ; da.1T 
opera Virtu d'amore : orch. parti. 
© Oct. 5, 1932; E for. 28867; Tit- 
torio Gnecchi. 5262 

Go easy. Hanna from Louisiana and 
don't you trifle with me; song. © 
1 c. Mar. 1. 1933 ; E unp. 6S241 : 
George W. Hoover. 5263 

Goblins (The) ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 1. 
1933: E unp. 68244; Agnes Eliza- 
beth Rose. 5264 

God is near thee; hymn, w R. Slater. 
© Feb. 24. 1933; E pub. 35055; 
George W. Cooke. 5265 

Going ! going ! ! gone ; fox-trot, w and 
m Phil Baxter, arr. Frank Skinner; 
orch. pts. with male trio arr. B. 
Faighes. © Feb. 20, 1933; E pub. 
35314; Leo Feist, inc. 5266 

w and m Phil Baxter, with uku- 
lele arr. © Feb. 18, 1933; E pub. 
.•15316 ; Leo Feist, inc. 5267 

Going to press; mood 4 of Tabloid, 
Ferde Grofe. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1933 ; 
E unp. 69017 ; Robbins music Corp. 

5268 



226 



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no. 3, 1933 



5298 



Golden buggy; lullaby, w Clement 
Wood, m Jacques Wolfe; low voice, 
© Mar. 22, 1933; E pub. 35534; 
G. Schirmer, inc. 5269 

Golden locks; waltz song, melody Ray 
Hibbeler. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1933; E 
imp. 68273 ; Herman Herman. 5270 

Golden memories ; song, m James L. 
Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 68401; Wilbur 
White. 5271 

Golden (The) stair ; valse song. © 1 
c. Feb. 25, 1933; E unp. 68598; 
Marguerite Jollineau. 5272 

Golden tears; fox-trot song, m F. J. 
Townsend, Lea Roy and H. DuRand 
Brandau. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933; E 
unp. 69271 ; Frederick James Town- 
send. 5273 

Golondrina (La) ; English, Glenn Viss- 
cher, m Narciso Serradell. © 
Mar. 24, 1933; E pub. 35461; Bel- 
win, inc. 5274 

Good boy; w and melody Dortea 
Marcella. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; E 
unp. 68310; Dorothy E. Litzen- 
berger. 5275 

Good bye and good luck to you ; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933 ; E 
unp. 68340; Charles Leveen. 5276 

Goodbye Canada ; w and m Ward 
Howe. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1933; E 
unp. 68677 ; James J. Connolly. 

5277 

Good bye dear ; from Take it or leave 
It, w and melody Parke Grindel. 
© 1 c Feb. 2,0, 1933 ; E unp. 69102 ; 
Thomas Linwood Grindell. 5278 

Good-bye depression; song, arr. Chas. 
W. Karbach. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1933; 
E unp. 68584; Irmo Tiritilli. 5279 

Good-bye my country; waltz song, m 
Emil Civita. © Mar. 18, 1933; E 
pub. 35410 ; Salvatore Nieddu. 5280 

Good bye Old Man Depression ; fox 
trot song. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1933; E 
unp. 68613; Eva Wallace Pindell. 

5281 

Goodbye, spring ; w and melody Darby 
St. John. © 1 c. Dec. 6, 1982; E 
unp. 68814 ; Elizabeth Redlich. 5282 

Good evenin' Mister Nightingale; w 
and melody Lew Pollack and Tot 
Seymour. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1933; E 
unp. 68783 ; Leo. Feist, inc. 5283 



Good (A) man's love; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1933; E unp. 68252; 
Lucile Ethel Howard. 5284 

Good morning, noon and night; song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 68422 ; 
Esther Cox-Karge. 5285 

Goodnight beloved ; w Henry Wads- 
worth Longfellow, m Daniel Pro- 
theroe. 1. Mixed voices. 2. 3-pt. 
cho ; women's voices, © Mar. 20, 
1933; E pub. 35470, 35474; H. T. 
Fitz Simons co, 5286, 5287 

Goodnight but not goodbye ; w and m 
Henry Roberts and Patrick Michael ; 
with ukulele arr. © Mar. 21, 1933 ; 
E for. 28952 ; Campbell, Connelly & 
co., ltd. 5288 

Good-night Emaline ; song, m F. E. 
Lake and Ray Cameron. © 1 c. 
Mar. 25, 1933; E unp. 69253; Flor- 
ence E. Lake. 5289 

Good night my own ; w C. Seddon, J. 
Beall and Jack Joyce, melody 
Charles Seddon and James Beall. 
© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 69248 ; 
John E. Joyce, jr. 5290 

Good-night (The) waltz; w and m 
Al Rose and Walter Dobson ; with 
ukulele arr. R. S. Stoddon. © Mar. 
7, 1933; E for. 28717; B. Feldman 
& co. 5291 

Good old beer ; w Jimmy Dreyfus, 
melody Art Landler. © 1 c. Mar. 
24, 1933; E unp. 69213; Edward 
Benedict. 5292 

Good old lager beer; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 69334 ; 
Charles Raisch. 5293 

Good (The) old summertime; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar 28, 1933; E 
unp. 69376; Paul Barton. 5294 

Good times coming ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 68495; 
Ralph Romano, Robert White and 
Josephine Aloi. 5295 

Goodness knows ; w A. Navratil, and 
melody. © 1 c Mar. 21, 1933; E 
unp. 69064; Arno Navratil and Her- 
man Waldman. 5296 

Goop (A) called Knute ; w and m 
Dave Ringle and Ernest Stevens; 
with ukulele arr. © Feb. 3, 1933; 
E pub. 35003 ; Broadwav music corp. 

5297 

Gossip Jones ; coll. and arr. ; percus- 
sion band and pf. Sc. and pts., with 
child conductor's sc. © Jan. 27, 

• 1933; E for. 28902; H. Hurlbutt 
Albino. 5298 



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5299 



pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Gotta go ; w Jack Seholl, m Max Rich ; 
with ukulele arr. © Mar. 3, 1933; 
E pub. 35090; Luz bros. music pub- 
lishers. 5299 

Graceful (A) tune; by Frederick 
Kell; B flat clarinet solo, with pf. 
ace. © Mar. 7. 1933 ; E for. 28878 ; 
Hawkes & son (London) ltd. 5300 

Gran (El) astro; marcha ; pf. © 1 c. 
Mar. 29, 1933; E unp. 69471; Luis 
M. Soto. 5301 

Grand (The) staff family; pf. with w. 
© 1 c. Dec. 30. 1932 ; E unp. 68211 ; 
Esther Leiper Shumaker. 5302 

Grandson (The) of Abclul Abulbul 
Ameer ; w and m Frank Crumit. © 
Mar. 1, 1933; E pub. 35325; F. B. 
Haviland pub. co. 5303 

Granny will your dog bite; melody J. 
W. Boone. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1933; E 
unp. 69099 ; Southern music pub. co.. 
inc. 5304 

Grass (The) is gettin' greener all the 
time ; w and m Charles Newman, 
Johnny Burke and Harold Spina : 
with ukulele arr. © Mar. 13, 1933 ; 
E pub. 35183; Santly bros.. inc. 

5305 

Grasshopper dance ; syncopation. Lo- 
thar Perl ; pf . © Mar. 17, 1933 : E 
for. 29050; B. Schott's sohne. 5306 

Great (The) big stick is swinghr : w 
Charley Kallen, and melody. © 1 
c. Mar. 17, 1933; E unp. 68900; 
Wendell W. Hall. 5307 

Greeting (A) ; pf. with w. © 1 c. 
Mar. 3, 1933; E unp. 69067; Gregory 
M. Abbott. 5308 

Greyhound blues ; w and melody 
Charlie Jordan. © 1 c. Feb. 18. 
1933 ; E unp. 69083 ; Southern music 
pub. co., inc. 5309 

Grieg (Edvard Hagerup) My Jo- 
hann ; Norwegian dance, 3-pt. cho.. 
w Adele Epstein, m arr. Alexander 
Aslanoff; sop. 1. 2 and alto. © Feb. 
11. 1933; E pub. 35061; G. Schir- 
mer, inc. 5310 

Groff's club march ; accordion. © 
Feb. 21 1933; E pub. 35411; Leslie 
C. Groff. 5311 

Grotte bleu; 6/8 one step: melody, 
wilh pf. ace. © 1 c. July 15. 1932; 
E unp. 68205; Mario Bellini-Nicoli. 

5312 



Griiss mir mein Sanssouci ; walzer, w 
Charly u. Herms Niel, m H. Ailbout 
u. H. Niel. © June 15, 1931 ; E for. 
28742; W. Ehrler & co. and Kawi- 
verlag. 5313 

salon-orch. stim- 

men. © July 1, 1931 ; E for. 28724 ; 
W. Ehrler & co. 5314 

Griisst mir die heimat, den schonen 
Rhein ; marsch, w u. m Paul Preil. 
op. 344, arr. Georg Jederskowski ; 
orch. stimmen. © July 4, 1932; E 
for. 28730; Willi Webels, theater u. 
inusikverlag. 5315 

Gug-Gug-Gug-Gertie I lul-lul-lul- love 
you ; w and m Robert Hargreaves. 
Stanley J. Damerell and Harry Tils- 
ley ; with ukulele arr. © Mar. 10, 
1933; E for. 29010; Cecil Lennox, 
ltd. 5316 

Guy (A) what takes his time; from 
She done him wrong, w and m Ralph 
Rainger ; with ukulele arr. © Mar. 
15, 1933; E pub. 35341; Famous 
music corp. 5317 

Gypsy kiss ; song, w K. Cinquemani. 
© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 68700 ; 
Edna W. Murtagh. 5318 

Gypsy love ; w Gene Stone, melody Pat 
Pollard. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1933; E 
unp. 69256; Florence Howell Cheat- 
ham Pollard. 5319 

Gypsy melody of love; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1933 ; E unp. 69517 ; 
Eva Franklin. 5320 

Gypsy (The) queen; Spanish dance; 
pf. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1933; E unp. 
69509 ; Fred D. Bloomfield. 5321 

Handel (Georg Friedrich) Salve Re- 
gina; kantate, bearb. Max Seiffert; 
sopransolo. streicher u. orgel. © 
Nov. 30, 1932; E for. 28960; Breit- 
kopf & Hartel. 5322 

- — — Sonata ; in G rain., op. 2, no. 8. 
arr. and ed. Adam Carse ; 2 violins 
and pf. © Jan. 30, 1933; E for. 
28809; Augener, ltd. 5323 

Hangin' around the river ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 C Mar. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 
69322; George Ryder. 5324 

Hansen (Jules) Dix vocalises; pour 
voix elevees ; avec ace. de pf. © 
Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 28647 ; Editions 
Maurice Senart. 5325 

Happy days have come back to the 
lane; w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 
14. 1933; E imp.. 68771; Austin Pat- 
rick Winston. 5326 



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no. 3, 1933 



5352 



Happy days with you ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1933; E unp. 688(57; 
Clara Louise Larimore. 5327 

Happy dream waltz ; by Neva Garner 
Greenwood ; violin ; pf. ace. © Mar. 
21, 1933; E pub. 35481; H. T. Fitz- 
Simons co. 5328 

Happy (The) hunter; by Harold Crax- 
ton; pf. © Jan. 12, 1933; E for. 
2880O; Oxford univ. press. 5329 

Happy little coon ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; E unp. 68363; 
Mary C. Fisher. 5330 

Harbor bells ; no. 2, 1933 bk. for Sun- 
day-schools, singing schools, etc., w 
and m Virgil O. Stamps, J. R. Bax- 
ter, jr., W. W. Combs, and others. 
© Feb. 5, 1933 ; AA 116731 : Stamps- 
Baxter music co. 5331 

Harem (The) ball; comedy fox-trot, 
English, Bruce Sievier, m Otto Geit- 
ner ; with banjulele banjo and uku- 
lele arrs. Alvin D. Keech. © Feb. 
4, 1933; E for. 29036; Ascherberg, 
Hopwood & Crew, ltd. 5332 

Harlem's kosher now ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1933 ; E unp. 69518 ; 
Eva Franklin. 5333 

Harwood (Basil) Two preludes for 
organ ; old English Psalm tunes, op. 
52, nos. 1. 2. © Jan. 12, 1933; E 
for. 28796; Oxford univ. press, 

5334 

Hals off. the Flag goes by ; march, 
Geoffrey O'Hara ; pf. © Mar. 28, 
1933; E pub. 35517; Harms, inc. 

5335 

Hats off to the man who said buy 
American ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1933; E unp. 68632; Eva Wallace 
Pindell. 5336 

Haun (Ewald) Fantasy; w Danford 
Barney. © Feb. 24, 1933; E for. 
29014; G. Ricordi & co. 5337 

Haunted house; by Michael Aaron; 
pf . © Mar. 22, 1933 ; E pub. 35538 ; 
G. Schirmer, inc. 5338 

Haunting strains ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
31. 1933 ; E unp. 69527 ; Lorraine J. 
Curts. 5339 

Have nothing to do with a fellow like 
that ; w and m George Lloyd ; with 
ukulele arr. Alvin D. Keech. © 
Mar. 21, 1933; E for. 28938; B. Feld- 
man & co. 5340 



Have you forgotten ; song, m James 
L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 
c. Mar. 27, 1933; E unp. 69308; 
William Guptill. 5341 

Hawaiian wiggles; by Cecil S. Cop- 
ping; pf. -conductor. © 1 c. Mar. 
23, 1933; E unp. 69232; Movietone 
music corp. 5342 

Haydn (Franz Josef) Amors pfeil; 
deutscher, Irene Geiringer, m hrsg. 
u. bearb. Karl Geiringer; sop. Kla- 
vier ausgabe. [German and Ital- 
ian texts] © Oct. 10, 1932; E for. 
28868; Edition Adler, G.m.b.H. 

5343 

Menuett in F ; by Franz Joseph 

Haydn, rev. ed. r with biographical 
sketch, fingering, phrasing, etc., 
Maurice Aronson ; pf. © Feb. 6, 
1933 ; E pub. 35117 ; Art publication 
soc. 5344 

Presto ; from Quartet no. 9, ed. 

Theodore M. Finney ; string quartet. 
Sc. and pts. © Mar. 28, 1933; E 
pub. 35522; M. Witmark & sons. 

5345 

■ Serenata in C ; from String quar- 
tet in F [and] Finale ; from Sym- 
phony in G, no. 13 : by Franz Joseph 
Haydn, rev. ed., with biographical 
sketch, fingering, phrasing, etc., 
Maurice Aronson; pf. © Feb. 6, 
1933 ; E pub. 35116 ; Art publication 
soc. 5346 

He ain't know from nothin' ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1933; E 
unp. 68971; Sam Glasser. 5347 

He likes 'em fluffy ; w and m Georce 
Ellis. © Mar. 7. 1933 ; E for. 28872 ; 
Boosey & co., ltd. 5348 

He paid it all ; hymn. © Mar. 28, 
1933; E pub. 35510; Charles H. 
Adams. 5349 

He raise po' Lazarus ; w anon., m 
Otto L. Bohanan. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1933; E unp. 69273; Florence D. 
Bohanan. 5350 

He's Gracie Allen's .brother ; w J. H. 
Kern, melody D. Musiker. © 1 c. 
Mar. 2, 1933; E unp. 68452; Diane 
Musiker and John Hewins Kern. 

5351 

He's mine ; from Sing you sinners, w 
and m Jimmy Campbell, George 
Wagner and Howard Jackson. © 1 
c. Mar. 21, 1933; E unr>. 69035; 
Campbell, Connelly, inc. 5352 



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5353 



pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



He that dwelleth ; w from Psalm 91, 
in Louis Meslin ; in G. © Mar. 9, 
1933; E pub. 35156; Boosey & co., 
ltd. 5353 

He wanted adventure; selection, Jack 
Waller and Joseph Tunbridge, arr. 
Debroy Somers ; pf . © Mar. 6, 
1933; E for. 29063; Chappell & co.. 
ltd. 5354 

Headin' for heaven ; w Mitchell Par- 
ish, m Lew Pollack ; with ukulele 
arr. © Mar. 6, 1933 ; E pub. 35556 ; 
Mills music, inc. 5355 

Heal me, O my Saviour; w Godfrey 
Turing, m Graham Godfrey ; in C 
min. .© Mar. 9, 1933 ; E pub. 35154 ; 
Boosey & co., ltd. 5356 

Heart breaking blues ; fox trot song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 25. 1933 ; E unp. 68596 ; 
George Ferlin, jr. 5357 

Heart-broken ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1933; E unp. 68982; Ken Hoy and 
Don York. 5358 

valse, w and m Helen Marguerite 

Perri. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933 ; E unp. 
68630; Helen Marguerite Perri 
Jones. 5359 

Heart (The) broken honeymooner ; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1933; 
E unp. 68923; Charles C. Webs. 

5360 

Heart-strangers we part : song. © 
Mar. 20, 1933; E pub. 35551; Mor- 
timer Braus. 5361 

Heather (The) hills in the gloaming; 
song. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1933; E unp. 
68470; Richard Morrison Stevens. 

5362 

Heaven is you; song, m James L. 
Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Mar. 13, 1933; E unp. 68721; 
Charles Pieton. 5363 

Heaven will protect an honest girl ; 
w R. P. Weston and Bert Lee. m 
Harris Weston ; with ukulele arr. 
© Feb. 14, 1933: E for. 28897; 
Francis, Day & Hunter, ltd. 5364 

Hebraisch - orientalischer melodiens- 
chatz ; gesammelt. erliiutert u. hrsg. 
A. Z. Idelsobn. hande 6-10. © Aug. 
26, Nov. 1, Sept. 30. Oct. 8, Aug. 20, 
1932; E for. 28888-28892; Friedrich 
Hofmeister. 5365-5309 

Hello Chicago ; song, arr. S. W. Young. 
© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1933 ; E unp. 6921S ; 
Lorentz H. Martini. 5370 



Hello Franklin Roosevelt ; song. © 
1 c. Mar. 27, 1933; E unp. 69293; 
Robert Pierson Fetters. 5371 

Hello prosperity; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
15, 1933; E unp. 68826; Edward J. 
Jordan and Felix H. Kane. 5372 

Hello rhythm ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 

18, 1933; E unp. 69019: Harold 

Leand. 5373 

Here comes prosperity ; song. © Mar. 

11, 1933; E pub. 35433; Celeste 
Heckcher Troth. 5374 

w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 

1933 ; E unp. 69375 ; Ethel M. Lovcy. 

5375 

w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 

1933; E unp. 69378; Oliver D. 
Manahl. 5376 

w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 28. 

1933; E unp. 69382; Joseph J. Yid- 
mar. 5377 

Here in my heart ; from Take it or 
leave it, w and melody Parke Grin- 
del. © 1 c. Feb. 20. 1933; E unp. 
69103; Thomas Linwood Grindell. 

5378 

Here is my heart, here is my hand : w 
and m Pat Ballard and Charles 
Henderson ; with ukulele arr. Paul 
Hill. © Mar. 1, 1933 ; E pub. 35032 : 
American music corp. 5379 

Here's to you ; w Roy Turk, melody 
Yee Lawnhurst. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 
1933; E unp. 69429; Irving Berlin, 
inc. 5380 

Here we go speeding for town ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933; E 
unp. 69387 ; Francisco P. Domingo. 

5381 

Herrmann (Hugo) 3 kleine frauen- 
chore ; op. 74b, nr. 1- 3, w verschie- 
denen dichtern ; a capella. © Dec. 

12. 1932; E for. 29039; Ed. Bote & 
G. Bock. 5382 

Heut' geht's uns gut ; foxtrot, w Ernst 
Neubach, m Will Meisel, arr. My 
Wills; orch. stimmen. © June 20, 
1932; E for. 28969; Edition Meisel 
& co., G. m. b. H. 5383 

High up in a penthouse : melody. © 
1 c. Mar. 21, 1933; E unp. 69054; 
Louis Martin. 5384 

Hills (The) of home; 3-pt. cho.. w 
Floride Calhoun, m Oscar J. Fox. 
arr. G. Ackley Brower. 1. Mixed 
voices. — 2. Men's voices. © Feb. 23, 
Mar. 11, 1933; E pub. 35246. 35256: 
Carl Fischer, inc. 5385, 5386 



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5416 



Hills of Vermont are calling; song. 
© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 68879 ; 
Katherine Pond Rogers. 5387 

Hitch-hiker; song, melody Pauline 
Story. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1933; E 
unp. 68872; Anna Ownby. 5388 

Hoch Deutschland; 21 ausgewahlte 
marsche fur klavier, bearb. Herr- 
mann Krome. bd. 2. © Mar. 8, 
1933; E for. 29041; Ed. Bote & G. 
Bock. 5389 

Hold 'er, Newt; w and melody Jim- 
mie Davis. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1933; 
E unp. 69089; Southern music pub. 
co., inc. 5390 

Hold me scold me; w and melody. © 
1 c. Mar. 22, 1933; E unp. 69474; 
Albert Washington. 5391 

Holding you; from In your hat, w 
Tyrone King, and melody. © 1 c. 
Feb. 15, 1933; E unp. 68507; Cecil 
Ellis. 5392 

Holland festival; by Michael Aaron; 
pf. © Mar. 22, 1933 ; E pub. 35536 ; 
G. Schirmer, inc. 5393 

Hollywood (The) ; fox trot, w and m 
Gene Close, Franklin McGowen and 
Will Livernash; with ukulele arr. 
© Mar. 3, 1933 ; E pub. 35020 ; Bibo- 
Lang, inc. 5394 

Hollywood beauties ; fox-trot song. © 
1 c. Mar. 1, 1933 ; E unp. 68621 ; Al- 
varo Dos Santos. 5395 

Holy night! peaceful night; m Franz 
Gruber, special arr. Vern Elliott; 
mixed voices. © Dec. 16, 1932; E 
pub. 35541; Safeway stores, inc. 

5396 

Home beyond the river ; w and m Don- 
ald Heywood, arr. Carl Deis; 4-pt. 
mixed cho. © Mar. 22, 1933 ; E pub. 
35526; G. Schirmer, inc. 5397 

Home (A) for you and me; fox-trot 
song, m Ernest Shonfield. © 1 c. 
Jan. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 68200 ; Charles 
Everett, sr. 5398 

Home (A) is incomplete without a 
mother ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Mar. 17, 1933; E unp. 68931; Lon- 
nie Turner. 5399 

Home-land; Hawaiian waltz song; 
steel guit. © Mar. 4, 1933 ; E pub. 
35197 ; Fred M. MacGregor. 5400 

waltz, w and m Fred Marlyn 

MacGregor; pf. © Mar. 4, 1933; E 
pub. 35545 ; Clyde M. Baird. 5401 



Home made heaven; w Leo Robin, m 
Ralph Rainger. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1933; E unp. 69339; Famous music 
corp. 5402 

Home on the range; cowboy song, w 
anon., m arr. ; pf. © Mar. 20, 1933 ; 
E pub. 35367; Fred A. Schiefelbein. 

5403 

Home, sweet home; w John Howard 
Payne, m Henry R. Bishop, special 
arr. Vern Elliott; mixed voices. © 
Dec. 9, 1932; E pub. 35539; Safe- 
way stores, inc. 5404 

Home (A) with a heart; waltz, w B. 
Babcock, m K. S. Shibley. © 1 c. 
Mar. 13, 1933; E unp. 68751; Kate 
Strauss Shibley and Bernie Babcock. 

5405 

Homeward; w Chan Fang-Sheng, tr. 
Arthur Waley, m Reginald C. Rob- 
bins ; bass or bar. © Dec. 15, 1932 ; 
E for. 28669; Editions Maurice 
Senart. 5406 

Hommage a J. S. Bach ; pf . © Dec. 10, 
1932; E for. 28759; Albert Roussel. 

5407 

Honestly; w Charles Newman, m 
Isham Jones ; with ukulele arr. 
Haia Kaa. © Mar. 20, 1933 ; E pub. 
35543 ; Isham Jones, inc. 5408 

Honey (The) bears; w, m and actions 
Anne Harding Thompson ; pf . © 
Mar. 10, 1933 ; E for. 28709 ; Novello 
& co., ltd. 5409 

Honey Lou; song, m Jack Mahoney. 
© Feb. 11, 1933; E pub. 35173; 
Blanche Basham. 5410 

Honeyheart ; song, arr. Harry Ludwig. 
© 1 c. Mar. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 68969 ; 
Grace Randall Eby. 5411 

Honolulu bound; one step, Cecil S. 
Copping ; pf .-conductor. © 1 c. Mar. 
23, 1933; E unp. 69235; Movietone 
music corp. 5412 

Honolulu e; song, m Jimmy Bird. © 
1 c. Mar. 2, 1933; E unp. 68272; 
William George Lincoln. 5413 

Honolulu Luly; by Frank Tresselt; 
pf. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1933; E unp. 
68548 ; Movietone music corp. 5414 

Hope (The) Lutheran smile; hymn, m 
Emmanuel Poppen. © Feb. 19, 
1933; E pub. 35228; John R. 
Schmitt. 6415 

Hoping; w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 
17, 1933; E unp. 68925; James R. 
Kus. 5416 



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pt. in, li. s., v. 28 



Hora staccato ; by Dinicu, transcribed 
Jascha Heifetz ; violoncello and pf . 
© Jan. 26, 1933; E pub. 35298; 
Carl Fischer, inc. 5417 

Hosanna ; Easter anthem, w Julien 
Didiee, English, Alice Mattullath, m 
Jules Granier, arr. Sumner Salter ; 
pf. or organ ace. 1. Mixed voices 
with ten. or sop. solo. — 2. Men's 
voices with ten. solo. © Feb. 23, 
1933; E pub. 35248, 35249; Carl 
Fischer, inc. 5418, 5419 

Hot-dog ; w Desmond Carter, m Leslie 
Clair; with ukulele arr. © Feb. 23, 
1933; E for. 28718; Chappell & co., 
ltd. 5420 

Hours of delight ; melody with pf . ace. 
© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1933 ; E imp. 69201 ; 
P. Spicacci. 5421 

How beautiful ; high voice. © Feb. 
23, 1933; E pub. 35476; Cyrus H. 
McCormick. 5422 

How can you tell if it's love; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1933 ; E unp. 
68580 ; Myrtle Vail. 5423 

How could I guess ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
29, 1933 ; E unp. 69447 ; Robert Du- 
ane Wells. 5424 

How could I leave you, sweetheart ; 
song, m James L. Brown. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 68393; Emma 
Bergstrom. 5425 

How could it be ; song, melody Stan 
Tucker. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933; E 
unp. 68741 ; John W. Henry. 5426 

How deep in love am I ; w Harold 
Boulton, old Irish air arr. Herbert 
Hughes ; in C min. © Mar. 3. 1933 : 
E for. 28812; Boosey & co., ltd. 

5427 

How I love you, no one knows ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933; E 
unp. 69398; Charles Herbert Tolle- 
naar. 5428 

How long, honey, how long; w and 
melody Chic Anderson. © 1 c. Mar. 
3, 1933; E unp. 68297; Charles J. 
Anderson. 5429 

Hula dance; no. 1, Hawaiian, comp. 
Frank Tresselt ; pf . conductor. © 
1 c. Mar. 8, 1933; E unp. 68546; 
Movietone music Corp. 5430 

■ no. 2, American, comp. Frank 

Tresselt ; pf. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68547 ; Movietone music corp. 

5431 



Hummin' to myself of you ; w Thomas 
F. Cahill, in Grace Eva Clemmer, 
with violin or whistling obbl. © 1 c. 
Mar. 8, 1933; E unp. 68532; Cahill 
& Clemmer. 5432 

Humorous (A) fantasy ; by Frederick 
Kell; B flat clarinet solo, with pf. 
ace. © Mar. 7, 1933 ; E for. 28879 ; 
Hawkes & son (London) ltd. 5433 

Hungariana ; fantasia on Brahms 
Hungarian dances, Adolf Lotter, arr. 
W. J. Duthoit; military band pts,, 
with conductor. © Feb. 28, 1933; 
E for. 28716; Hawkes & son (Lon- 
don) ltd. 5434 

Hurry home: w and melody. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 68515; Albert 
Washington. 5435 

Hyde Park corner; w Robert Har- 
greaves and Stanley J. Damerell, m 
Tolchard Evans ; with ukulele arr. 
© Mar. 6. 1933; E for. 28779; Cecil 
Lennox, ltd. 5436 

Hymn of praise and prayer; mixed 
voices. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 
68890 ; Catharine H. Lentz. 5437 

Hymn to Pan ; pt.-song, w John 
Fletcher, m Archie Thomas Lee Ash- 
ton, tonic solf a tr. H. J. Timothy ; 
female voices. © Mar. 20, 1933 ; E 
for. 28927; Stainer & Bell, ltd. 

5438 

Hymne (An) to love; pt.-song, w Rob- 
ert Herrick, m Sydney Thomson; 2 
choirs of mixed voices. © Mar. 22, 
1933 ; E pub. 35361 ; H. W. Grav co. 

5439 

I ain't dirtied a plate to-day ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1933; E 
unp. 68911 ; James J. McGee. 5440 

I am broken hearted ; waltz, w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 6. 1933 : E unp, 
68485 ; O. Bill Heyer. 5441 

I am determined to hold out ; hymn, 
C. S. and T. P. Hamilton, new arr. 
with new matter J. H. Bruimer. © 
Mar. 19, 1933; E pub. 35227; John 
H. Brunner. 5442 

I am Fate ; w and m Bernard Ham- 
blen ; in F min. © Mar. 21, 1933; 
E pub. 35443 ; Theodore Presser co. 

5443 

I am going to stay around ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Mar. 28. 1933; E unp. 
69384 ; Carrylon Lina Oliver. 5444 



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5473 



I am lonely tonight for you, mother ; 
song, m James L. Brown ; with uku- 
lele arr. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933; E 
unp. 69311 ; Dorothy Hisrich. 5445 

I am lonesome and blue when I don't 
see you ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Mar. 10, 1933; B unp. 68645; Mau- 
rice N. Appelbaum. 5446 

I am still waiting for you ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933; E unp. 
68203; Alfred Mesmer. 5447 

I am the dream man"; song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 68330 ; Gladys 
Brown. 5448 

I am the king, and my kingdom is 
you ; w and melody. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 
1933; E unp. 68227; William Rusk 
Smith. '"' 5449 

I been toilin' up the hill so long; w 
anon., m Otto L. Bohanan. © 1 c. 
Mar. 25, 1933; E unp. 69274; Flor- 
ence D. Bohanan. 5450 

I bring a song ; w Gus Kahn, m Victor 
Young and Arthur Tracy ; with uku- 
lele arr. © Mar. 22, 1933; E pub. 
35420 ; Leo Feist, inc. 5451 

I cannot forget the last time we met ; 
song, m Luther A. Clark. © Dec. 
17, 1932; E pub. 35328; Otto Kley- 
becker. 5452 

I can't remember ; w and m Irving 
Berlin ; with ukulele arr. © Mar. 
25, 1933 ; E pub. 35464 ; Irving Ber- 
lin, inc. 5453 

w and melody Irving Berlin. © 

1 c. Mar. 10, 1933; E unp. 68801; 
Irving Berlin, inc. 5454 

I could go for you ; w Matt Malneck, 
melody Frank Signorelli. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 68586 ; Irving- 
Berlin, inc. 5455 

I could live forever in your arms ; w 
R. Colclough and C. Dietz, m B. 
Slaybaugh. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933; 
E unp. 69295; Rebecca Colclough. 
Betty Slaybaugh and Caroline DiAz. 

5456 

I'd do anything in the world for you ; 
w Girvan Dundas, m Jack Barker ; 
with ukulele arr. © Mar. 14, 1933 ; 
E for. 28770; Campbell, Connelly & 
co., ltd. 5457 

I'd like to see some more of you ; w 
Frank I. Schultzberg, melody Bill 
Pierce. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933; E 
unp. 69321 ; William Clarence Pierce. 

5458 



I'd like to take a flying leap over the 
moon; w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 
30, 1933 ; E unp. 69495 ; Arthur Alt- 
man and Jack Lawrence. 5459 

I'd only ask for you ; song, w Arthur 
Judge. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1933 ; E unp. 
68224 ; Wilson John Fisher. 5460 

I'd rather be down here looking up, 
than up there looking down ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1933; E 
unp. 68924; John A. K. Bagnell. 

5461 

I'd rather have you under the moon, 
than any thing under the sun ; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1933 ; 
E unp. 69047 ; Vivian Duncan. 5462 

I'd rather waste my time with you ; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 
1933; E unp. 69519; Eva Franklin. 

5463 

I do ; fox-trot, w Paul Francis Web- 
ster, m John Jacob Loeb and Lester 
Banker, arr. Art McKay ; orch. pts., 
with male trio arr. B. Faighes. © 
Mar. 7, 1933; E pub. 35144; Leo 
Feist, inc. 5464 



with ukulele arr. 

© Mar. 8, 1933; E pub. 35146; Leo 
Feist, inc. 5465 

I don't care who's to blame ; song. 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 69415 ; 
Matilda Curtiss. 5466 

I don't want no angel ; song, m Luther 
A. Clark. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1933; 
E unp. 69002 ; Robert E. Mays. 5467 

I fell in love; song. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 
1933; E unp. 68336; Angelo M. 

Casale. 5468 

I found love ; w and melody Darby 
St. John. © 1 c. Dec. 6, 1932; E 
unp. 68810; Elizabeth Redlich. 5469 

I found the one I love had gone ; w 
June Douglas, m Bern Rold ; pL". 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 68334 ; 
Bernard Frank Rold. 5470 

I found the road to you ; by Rollo 
Hudson, arr. Julius S. Seredy ; vocal 
orch. pts. © Jan. 23, 1933; E pub. 
35273; Carl Fischer, inc. 5471 

I found you in somebody's arms ; song. 
© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1933 ; E imp. 68585 ; 
Paddy Annunziata. 5472 

I had to have you dear ; medley ; mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1933; E unp. 
68906; John D. Marks. 5473 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



I hate myself; w and melody Darby 
St. John. © 1 c. Dec. 6, 1932; 
E unp. 68812; Elizabeth Redlich. 

5474 

I have a hard time living in this old 
world ; negro spiritual. © 1 c. Mar. 
17, 1933 ; E unp. 69216 ; Earl Coates. 

5475 

I heard you whisper ; song, m Jack 
Mahoney. © Feb. 18, 1933 ; E pub. 
35122; George J. Keck. 5476 

I just can't put it in words; song; 
with ukulele arr. © Mar. 15, 1933 ; 
E pub. 35455 ; Edward D. Conway. 

5477 

I knew 'twas you; w and melody. © 
1 c. Mar. 2, 1933; E unp. 68280; 
Nita T. Shea. 5478 

I know a garden ; song, w Robert W. 
Service. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1933; E 
unp. 68705 ; John R. Speelman. 5479 

I know a story ; w and m Ted Weems 
and Country Washburne ; with uku- 
lele arr. © Feb. 24, 1933; E pub. 
35339 ; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

5480 

I know He's mine ; hymn. © Feb. 24, 
1933; E pub. 35057; George W. 
Cooke. 5481 

I lay me down to sleep ; w and m 
Allie Wrubel; with ukulele arr. © 
Mar. 29, 1933; E pub. 35571; Sha- 
piro, Bernstein & co., inc. 5482 

■ w and melody Allie Wrubel. © 

© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 69340 ; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc. 5483 

I like to get lost in a garden of roses ; 
song, m James L. Brown ; with uku- 
lele arr. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933; E 
unp. 69229 ; John W. Henry. 5484 

I'll be waiting for you ; song, m J. F. 
Felton. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1933; E 
unp. 69193 ; James Robinson. 5485 

I'll be waiting, smiling through ; waltz 
song. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1933 ; E unp. 
68650; Ethel F. Keller. 5486 

I'll be wandering back to my mammy, 
where she is waiting alone ; w W. J. 
Mott, m B. Farrell. © 1 c. Mar. 
16, 1933: E unp. 68864; William J. 
Mott and Betty Farrell. 5487 

I'll never bo blue; melody LeRoy Ma- 
gruder. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1933; E 
unp. 69481; Herbert Gately. 5488 

I'll never forget you ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 69043 ; 
Duncan sisters. 5489 



I love Chicago, it's a graiad old town; 
song. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 
69027; Russell Duke. 5490 

I love dancing with you ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1933; E unp. 
68501 ; Clarence H. Fassinger. 5491 

I love my daddy too ; w and melody 
Patsy Montana. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1933 ; E unp. 69095 ; Southern music 
pub. co., inc. 5492 

I love those frightful movies, that 
scare me half to death; song. © 
1 c. Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 68386; 
Ethel F. Keller. 5493 

I love to dream ; w and m James 
Frank Clark and Robert Bigelow 
Clark. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1933; E 
unp. 68737; Ethel Bigelow Clark. 

5494 

I love you and I need you; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 28. 1933; E 
unp. 69386; Robert Magee. 5495 

I love you and you love me; w Jack 
Spilman, m Jack Spilman and 
George Johnson. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 
1933; E unp. 69152; Spilman and 
Johnson. 5496 

I love you dear: w Helen Haynes, 
with melody. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1933 : 
E unp. 69223 ; Helene Hipkins. 5497 

I love you honest I do ; song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 68413; Daniel 
James Glenn. 5498 

I love you the most, little girl ; song, 
arr. Stan Tucker. © Mar. 2, 1933 ; 
E pub. 35030 ; Carl E. Wilson. 5499 

I'm a cave man king ; song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 15, 1933: E unp. 68827; Ed- 
ward Henry Schillemore. 5500 

I'm a fugitive from love; song, m 
Oslaf Trygvasson. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 
1933; E unp. 68535; Stefan George 
Kincel. 5501 

I'm a slave to love ; tango-fox trot 
song, melody J. Peslin and Ted Car- 
men. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1933; E unp. 
68471 ; Jack Peslin. 5502 

I'm afraid of losing you ; w R. A. Car- 
letta, melody F. E. Kelley. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6. 1933; E unp. 68488; Fred- 
erick Edward Kelley and Ross A. 
Carletta. 5503 

I'm always wondering; fox-trot, w S. 
Adelman, melody B. Adelman. © 
1 c. Mar. 2, 1933; E unp. 68276; 
Samuel Adelman and Benjamin 
Adelman. 5504 



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5534 



I'm beside myself when I'm beside 
you ; fox trot song. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 
1933; B unp. 68600; Harold Rei- 
mert. 5505 

I'm coming home to Gertrude, when 
it's beetroot time; written and com- 
posed George Lloyd ; with ukulele 
am © Feb. 14, 1933 ; E for. 28901 ; 
Francis, Day & Hunter, ltd. 5506 

I'm dreaming dreams of you ; w T. 
ITboicich, melody G. E. Magnuson. 
© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1933 ; E unp. 69525 ; 
Gordon E. Magnuson and Tom Ub- 
ojcich. 5507 

I'm getting that way ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 69051 ; 
Vivian Duncan. 5508 

I'm glad to have had just you; m 
Louis A. Webb; pf. treble with w. 
© 1 c. Mar. 18. 1933 ; E unp. 68967 ; 
John Calvin. 5509 

I'm goin' back to dear old Carolina ; 
song. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1933 ; E unp. 
68954 ; Harry Godfrey Schultz, 5510 

I'm going a -vagabonding ; w Harold 
' Skeath, m William Coburn ; ten. 1, 2 
and bass. © Feb. 10, 1933; E pub. 
35016 ; Select music co. 5511 

I'm going back to my Kentucky home ; 
w and melody Curtis Gore. © 1 c. 
Mar. 3, 1933; E unp. 68305; Curtis 
E. Gore. 5512 

I'm going crazy over jig-saw puzzles ; 
w R. Taylor, m L. Markowitz ; pf. 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 68473 ; 
Louis Markowitz and Russell Tay- 
lor. 5513 

I'm going home again ; fox trot song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 68591 ; 
Wm. J. Johnstone. 5514 

I'm gona whistle; song. © 1 e. Mar. 
2, 1933; E unp. 68267; Sate Fay 
Blanche Christ. 5515 

I'm in favor of a five day week; w 
and melody Clarence L. Connors. 
© 1 c. Mar. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 69161 ; 
Jean C. McEntee. 5516 

I'm in love with the sweetest kid in 
town ; w and m Henry Sward. © 
1 c. Mar. 11, 1933; E unp. 68882; 
Henry Sward, jr. 5517 

I'm in love with you ; waltz, English 
and Italian w and m C. T. d'lllumi- 
nato ; pf . or accordion ace. © 1 c. 
Mar. 31, 1933; E unp. 69501; Car- 
melo Tripoli d'llluminato. 5518 



I'm in love with you, Sue; song, m 
Jack Mahoney. © Feb. 21, 1933; 
E pub. 35176 ; Adam Tyburski. 5519 

I'm in love with you, that's why ; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; 
E unp. 68322; Ramon Torres. 5520 

I'm in town today ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
30, 1933; E unp. 69492; Ted Roose- 
velt Moffat. 5521 

I'm just a love sick dreamer ; fox trot 
song. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1933; E unp. 
68611; Thelma Hooker. 5522 

I'm just a pleasant dream girl ; pf. 
with w. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1933; E 
unp. 69061 ; Katherine Amalfitano. 

5523 

I'm just a travel-on ; song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 15, 1933; E unp. 68847; Clif- 
ford Winans. 5524 

I'm laughing to keep from crying; 
song. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 
68423; Ben B. Westerhoff. 5525 

I'm lonesome for you ; song, m Karl 
Norton Koepp. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1933; E unp. 68989; Bernadine Es- 
tella Cooley. 5526 

w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 

1933 ; E unp. 68912 ; Alma Fling. 

5527 

I'm longing for the old quartet; song. 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 68990 ; 
William Stewart Rowland. 5528 

I'm not dancing tonight; song, w Syl- 
via Arbib. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1933; 
E unp. 69490; Henry Marx. 5529 

I'm not yours 'til you're all mine; 
song. © Mar. 20, 1933; E pub. 
35552; Mortimer Braus. 5530 

I'm on the pay roll now ; song. © 
1 c. Mar. 31, 1933; E unp. 69498; 
Rae Wright. 5531 

I'm one of the lads of Valencia ; com- 
edy waltz, w and m George Lloyd ; 
with ukulele arr. R. S. Stoddon. © 
Feb. 23, 1933; E for. 28676; West's 
ltd. 5532 

I'm only waiting 'till we meet again ; 
song, arr. J. J. Nolan. © 1 c. Mar. 
30, 1933 ; E unp. 69465 ; Owen James 
Curley. 5533 

I'm painting a picture; waltz song. 
© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1933 ; E unp. 69120 ; 
James Charles Sorelli. 5534 

I'm pally with Sally again ; w Mor- 
ton Downey and Morey Davidson, 
m J. Fred Coots ; with ukulele arr. 



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I'm pally with Sally again — Contd. 
May Singhi Breen. © Mar. 16, 
1933 ; E pub. 35236 ; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp. 5535 

I'm praying to the heavens 'cause the 
one I love is there; song, melody 
Luther A. Clark. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 
1933 ; E unp. 69437 ; Herbert Hause. 

5536 

I'm proposin' to you ; fox trot song. 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933 : E unp. 68636 ; 
Raymond Link. 5537 

I'm puttin' money in the bank again ; 
w Mose Sigler, m Michael H. Cleary ; 
with ukulele arr. © Feb. 16, 1933 : 
E pub. 35004 ; Miller music, inc. 

5538 

I'm roamin' to you, Swanee home ; w 
Al Piantadosi, m Jack Glogau. © 
Mar. 15, 1933; E pub. 35329; Keit- 
Engel, inc. 5539 

I'm saving all my kisses ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933; E unp. 
69373; N. Ardelle Daniels. 5540 

I'm so blue for you ; m A. Paoli ; pf . 
treble with w. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1933 : 
E unp*. 69115; L. Claude Welch. 

5541 

I'm so lonely, what'll I do, what'll I 
do; w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 8. 
1933 ; E unp. 68528 ; Bert Hoffman. 

5542 

I'm sorry Bill : w Ada King, with 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1933: E 
unp. 69207; Wallace King. 5543 

I'm spending to-night with mother ; w 
Ned Washington, m Allie Wrubel ; 
with ukulele arr. May Singhi Breen. 
© Mar. 15. 1933: E pub. 35207; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp. 5544 

I'm the big. big rainbow man : song. 
© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1933 ; E imp. 69060 ; 
Alfred Sevigny. 5545 

I'm the happiest boy in the world ; 
song. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1933 ; E unp. 
68644; Albert T. Andersen. 5546 

I'm thru with saying I'm thru ; w and 
m Bert Kalmar. Harry Ruby and 
Gus Kahn ; with ukulele arr. May 
Singhi Breen. © Mar. 24, 1933; 
E pub. 35495; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
corp. 5547 

I'm walking along, singing a song, be- 
cause my baby said yes to me; song. 
melody Josephine Bose. © 1 c. Mar. 
16, 1*933 : E unp. 68889 ; Philip Gross. 

5548 



I'm young in years but I'm old in love ; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68688; Madlyn Reynolds 
Skirm. 5549 

I might have known ; song, w Edward 
and Robert Hannes. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 
1933; E unp. 68270; Irving S. Rob- 
erts. 5550 

I misunderstood ; pf . treble with w. 
© 1 c. Mar. 31. 1933 ; E unp. 69502 ; 
Lourie Estrin. 5551 

I must retain my personality ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933; E 
unp. 69284; Charles H. Frizzelle. 

5552 

I never thought. I'd miss you, when 
you said goodbye ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 68303 ; 
Edna Mae Davis. 5553 

I oughta hate ya — but I don't; w Joe 
Young, m Milton Ager ; with ukulele 
arr. © Mar. 29. 1933 ; E pub. 35559 ; 
Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, inc. 

5554 

I prefer the good old fashioned tune; 
w and m Bertie Elizabeth Freund ; 
pf. © 1 c. Mar. 11. 1933; E unp. 
68952 ; Burghardine Elizabeth 
Freund. 5555 



I pull I push the squeeze box; son 
[accordion] © Mar. 15, 1933: 
pub. 35416 ; Leslie C. Groff. 



E 
5556 

I remember ; valse song. © 1 c. Mar. 
1. 1933; E unp. 68615; Birmah M. 
Maris. 5557 

I remember you ; pf . with w. © 1 c. 
Mar. 17. 1933; E unp. 68902; Roy 
W. Swanson. 5558 

song, m Sylvester Long Cross; 

pf. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1933; E unp. 



68861 : Lewis Smith. 



>559 



I say there, sweet : w and melody. © 
1 c. Mar. 18, 1933; E unp. 69020; 
Harold Leand. 5560 

I shall never forget you; m Sylvester 
Long Cross ; pf. with w. © 1 c. Mar. 
7, 1933; E unp. 68479; John Henry 
Myers. 5561 

I sing the cross ; w Kirke White, 
adapted and arr. to the Londonderry 
air. E. Markham Lee; mixed voices; 
organ ace. © Mar. 10, 1933 : E for. 
28804 ; Banks & son. 5562 

I still remember : pf. treble with w. 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 68373; 
Gladys Brown. 5563 



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5589 



I taught her a lesson in love ; w and 
melody. © 1 e. Mar. 6, 1933; E 
unp. 68377; Elmore Ewing Jones. 

5564 

I think of mother; pf. with w. © 
Mar. 20, 1933; E pub. 35305; Clar- 
ence W. Smith. 5565 

I've a secret in my heart, it's I love 
you ; m Burrell Van Buren ; pf . with 
w. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1933; E unp. 
69430; James B. Edgar. 5566 

I've been bad so long I can't be good ; 
song. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 
69350; James Hampton Shelton. 

5567 

I've changed my mind about you ; song, 
m James L. Brown ; with ukulele 
arr. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933; E unp. 
69296 ; Raymond Fitzgerald. 5568 

I've found the one I love; song. © 
1 c. Mar. 23, 1933; E unp. 69162; 
Edward E. Lowth. 5569 

I've got my old job back again; song, 
arr. Stan Tucker. © Mar. 2, 1933; 
E pub. 35031; Carl E. Wilson. 

5570 

I've got nobody to call me baby now; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1933; E unp. 69119; Eugene Bullet 
Cheatham. 5571 

I've got the no money blues ; song. © 
1 c. Mar. 6, 1983; E unp. 68484; 
Alfred Sevigny. 5572 

I've got those moonlight blues ; song, 
m James L. Brown ; with ukulele 
arr. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933; E unp. 
69298; Raymond Joseph Woodlock. 

5573 

I want to go to Sunniland ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933; E 
unp. 69380; Linda Frost Sheddan. 

5574 

I want you to know ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1933 ; E unp. 69065 ; 
Jack Mendelsohn and Mort Wolff. 

5575 

I went to Monte Carlo ; w and melody 
Darby St. John. © 1 c. Dec. 6, 
1932; E unp. 68811; Elizabeth Red- 
lich. 5576 

I will always love you as I do to- 
day ; song, m Burrell Van Buren ; pf . 
© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 68691 ; 
Minnie Hanscom. 5577 



I will be faithful; song, m Harold J. 
Mclntyre. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1933; 
E unp. 69159; Earl J. Alquist. 

5578 

I wish I could look in your Irish eyes ; 
w and m Frank Banta and Bill 
Bird, arr. Harold E. Harris ; with 
ukulele arr. © Mar. 2, 1933 ; E pub. 
35029; Frank Harding. 5579 

I wish we'd never met ; w D. S. Cas- 
sidy, with melody. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1933 ; E unp. 69138 ; Demarest Swift 
Cassidy and Dominick Peters. 

5580 

I wonder ; m Burrell Van Buren ; pf. 
with w. 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 
69262; Charles J. Knobloch. 5581 

w Desmond Carter, m Leslie 

Clair ; with ukulele arr. © Feb. 23, 
1933; E for. 28720; Chappell & Co., 
ltd. 5582 

I wonder what you mean ; song, w 
Marguerite Sears. © 1 c Mar. 14, 
1933 ; E unp. 68780 ; Robert Sears. 

5583 

Ieh bin ein vamp ; tango, aus 100 
meter gliick, w Marcellus Schiffer, 
Geza Herczeg u. Robert Klein, m 
M i s c h a Spoliansky, erleichtertes 
klavier arr. Hans Schneider. © 
Dec. 22, 1932; E for. 28745; Ludwig 
Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky). 

5584 

Ich. hab' dich einmal gekiisst ; tango, 
w Friedrich Schwarz, m Will Meisel 
u. Joe Hajos, arr. Hartwig von 
Platen ; orch. stimmen. © Aug. 15, 
1931; E for. 28728; Edition Meisel 
& co., G. m. b. H. 5585 

Ich hatte einst ein schones vaterland ; 
fantasie, Eduard Lassen, bearb. 
Hans Ailbout; orch. stimmen. © 
Jan. 1, 1933; E for. 28737; Ries & 
Erler, G. m. b. H. 5586 

Ich mochte einen walzer schunkeln, 
aber nur mit dir ; schunkelwalzer, w 
u. m Otto Kermbach u. Siegwart 
Ehrlich, arr. Hartwig von Platen; 
orch. stimmen. © Feb. 25, 1932 ; E 
for. 28973; Edition Meisel & co., 
G. m. b. H. 5587 

Idaho moon ; song, m Sylvester Long 
Cross. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1933; E 
unp. 68849; George Barthelemy. 

5588 

Ideal march ; [accordion] © Feb. 21, 
1933 ; E pub. 35414 ; Leslie C. Groff. 

5589 



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If I could only forget you ; song, w 
Luisa Rusca. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933; 
E unp. 68633; Elena Y. Ortega. 

5590 

If I had just whispered I will forgive 
you, dear ; song, with slow drag cho. 
arr. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1933; E unp. 
69186; Lillian Poole Palmason. 

5591 

If I had to say good-bye to you ; fox- 
trot song. ©lc. Mar. 10, 1933 ; E 
unp. 68800; John Francis Barrett. 

5592 

If I had you to hold ; song, w Hertha 
Luckhardt. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1933; 
E unp. 68964; Esther Payne-Muen- 
zer. 5593 

If I'm dreaming; w and melody. © 
1 c. Mar. 13, 1933; E unp. 68750; 
Frank Erlin, jr. 5594 

If I were you, I'd fall in love with 
me ; w and m Phyllis Clare and 
Edward Pola ; with ukulele arr. © 
Mar. 10, 1933 ; E for. 28951 ; Francis, 
Day & Hunter, ltd. 5595 

If my dreams of you come true ; valse 
song. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 
68595; Ernest Purdy. 5598 

If one won't another one will ; w and 
melody A. P. Carter. © 1 c. Feb. 
18, 1933; E unp. 69096; Southern 
music pub. co., inc. 5597 

If she could know ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
27, 1933 ; E unp. 69331 ; Gertrude W. 
Hoffman. 5598 

If thou comest to serve the Lord ; an- 
them, w from Ecclesiasticus 2, m 
Edward Shippen Barnes ; mixed 
voices, with sop. and bar., or bass, 
soli ; organ ace. © Mar. 3, 1933 ; E 
pub. 35266 ; Carl Fischer, inc. 5599 

If you are gone ; song, w P. J. Gieske ; 
pf. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933; E unp. 
69337; Janice O'Hara Rogers and 
Paul Joseph Gieske. 5600 

If you believe; w and m Irving Ber- 
lin; with ukulele arr. © Mar. 21, 
1933; E pub. 35355; Irving Berlin, 
inc. 5601 

If you could be in love with me; w 
J. Di Fruscio, m D. Archetti. © 
1 c. Mar. 22, 1933; E unp. 69141; 
Daniel Archetti and John Di Frus- 
cio. 5602 

If you'd come back ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1933 ; E unp. 68531 ; 
Frank Irwin Schultzberg. 5603 



If you ever came back ; w and m Sam 
Coslow, Jimmy Campbell and Con 
Conrad. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1933; E 
unp. 69031; Campbell, Connelly, 
inc. 5604 

If you go away ; melody. © 1 c. Mar. 
25, 1933; E unp. 69255; Paul Bar- 
barin. 5605 

If you're gonna' do, what you prom- 
ised to ; fox trot song. © 1 c. Mar. 
1, 1933; E unp. 68612; Charles E. 
Kuhn. 5606 

If you sing a song; song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 68389; Rae 
Allison. 5607 

II suffit d'une petite f emme ; fox-trot, 
de Le fils improvise, paroles Henri 
Falk, Leo Lelievre et Fernand Rou- 
vray, m Rene Sylviano ; avec accord 
de l'ukulele. © Dec. 15. 1932 ; E for. 
28585; Editions Salabert. 5608 

lis vont . . . ; ils vont . . . ou s'en va 
l'amour, marche one-step, paroles 
Max Eddy, m Alexandre Cosai ; avec 
accord de l'ukulele. © Dec. 15, 
1932; E for. 28596; Editions Sala- 
bert. 5609 

Im dunklen miihlental schlagt eine 
nachtigall; idyll, w Otto Sprinzel, 
m Hans Ailbout ; orch. stimmen. © 
June 30, 1932 ; E for. 28736 ; Ries & 
Erler, G. m. b. H. 5610 

Immer wenn's am schonsten ist ; volks- 
lied, aus Die elf Schillschen offiziere, 
w Fritz Rotter u. Karl M. May, arr. 
Franz Stolzenwald ; orch. stimmen. 
© Aug. 20, 1932; E for. 28981; 
Monopol-liederverlag, Ernst Wen- 
graf, G. m. b. H. 5611 

In a beer garden waltzing with you ; 
w Edward Heyman, melody John W. 
Green. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933; E 
unp. 69338; Famous music corp. 

5612 

In a cafe in Montmartre ; w John 
Mercer, m Joseph Meyer. © Feb. 

23, 1933; E pub. 35101; Miller 
musicrinc. 5613 

In a cloister garden; w Percy Edgar, 
m Reg. Morgan ; with ukulele arr. 
© Mar. 10, 1933; E for. 28950; 
Francis, Day & Hunter, ltd. 5614 

In a friendly sort of way ; w anon., m 
Smilin' Ed McConnell ; pf. © Mar. 

24, 1933; E pub. 35499; Ed McCon- 
nell. 5615 



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no, 3. 1933 



5642* 



In a glance ; musical play, text M. Sei- 
denfried, lyrics and m B. Jampel. © 
1 c. Feb. 13, 1933 ; D 28403 ; Morton 
Seidenfried and Blanche Jampel. 

5615* 

In a little second hand store; w and 
melody Harry Pease and Ed. G. Nel- 
son, ©lc. Mar. 11, 1933; E unp. 
68680; Irving Berlin, inc. 5616 

w and melody Harry Pease, Dave 

Dreyer and Ed. G. Nelson. © 1 c. 
Mar. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 68878 ; Irving 
Berlin, inc. 5617 

In an old wheel barrow, without a 
wheel ; fox-trot, w Robert Har- 
greaves and Stanley J. Damerell, m 
Robert Hargreaves ; with ukulele 
arr. © Mar. 10, 1933 ; E for. 29011 ; 
Cecil Lennox, ltd. 5618 

In bright mansions ; w anon., m Otto 
L. Bohanan. © 1 c. ^Vlar. 25, 1933 ; 
E unp. 69275; Florence D. Bohanan. 

5619 

In California ; fox-trot song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 1, 1933; E unp. 68617; Chris 
Haag. 5620 

In Chicago at the fair ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1933 ; E unp. 69142 ; 
Ralph O. Wilson and Albert E. 
Knoll. 5621 

In clover-time ; song, melody Ray 
Hibbeler. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1933; E 
unp. 69491; Mary A. Endicott. 

5622 

In dreams dear; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
13, 1933; E unp 68742; Edward 
Reed. 5623 

In heavenly love abiding; w A. L. 
Waring, m Ralph Kinder; organ 
ace; in C. © Mar. 11, 1933; E 
pub. 35167; Theodore Presser co. 

5624 

in memoriam ; w Alan Seeger, m 
Robert W. Manton, op. 25. © Jan. 
25, 1933 ; E pub. 35351 ; E. C. Schir- 
mer music co. 5625 

Tn my dream house I'm dreaming of 
the skies and of this earth below; 
song, w I. Fletchman and Donald 
Love. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 
68951; Ivan Fletchman 5626 

In my heart today ; hymn, w and 
m arr. U. Utley. © Feb. 15, 1933; 
E pub. 35110; Uldine Utley. 5627 

In my weakest moments, I'm strong 
for you; w Max C. Freedman and 



Flora Warren Brown. © 1 c. Mar. 
27, 1933; E unp. 69319; Jack Kopf. 

5628 

In my wonderful dreams of you ; 
waltz song, melody Sidney Bender. 
© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1933 ; E unp. 69121 ; 
Emma Allen Bailey. 5629 

In old Mexico; song. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 
1933; E unp. 68533; Sara Alan 
Roberts, 5630 

In our ivy covered shack ; song, m 
James L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. 
© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 68711 ; 
John T. Cadger. 5631 

In remembrance; hymn, m M. M. 
Sturgis. © Mar. 1, 1933; E pub. 
35028; Emil H. Burg. 5632 

In the Alps; by Donald Clafflin ; pf. 
© Feb. 28, 1933; E pub, 35051; 
Theodore Presser co. 5633 

In the bag ; by Joe Stovall ; orch. pts. 
© Mar. 11, 1933 ; E pub. 35336 ; Joel 
Walter Stovall. 5634 

In the beautiful scenery in the moun- 
tains ; m Sylvester Long Cross ; pf . 
with w. © 1 c. Mar 15, 1933; E 
unp, 68859; Douglas Perry. 5635 

In the bungalow beneath the willows ; 
song. © Feb. 16, 1933; E pub. 
35123; Robert W. Schlegel. 5636 

In the canoe; by Frank LaForge, 
fingering and pedal indications 
Ernesto Berumen ; pf . © Jan. 5, 
1933; E pub. 35278; Carl Fischer, 
inc. 5637 

In the cathedral ; by Walter P. Zim- 
merman ; organ. © Mar. 22, 1933 ; 
E pub. 35362 ; H. W. Gray co. 5638 

In the little white church on the hill; 
w Dorothy Fields, m Jimmy Mc- 
Hugh ; with ukulele arr. May 
Singhi Breen. © Mar. 24, 1933; E 
pub. 35494; Mayfair music corp. 

5639 

In the song writers' paradise ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1933; E 
unp. 69137; June Doolittle. 5640 

In the springtime; pf. treble with w. 
© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 68885 ; 
Basil M. Ziegler. 5641 

song. © Mar. 1, 1933; E pub. 

35184; Tony Panepinto. 5642 

Incanto di primavera ; visione musi- 
cale, Maria B. Pasini, m Vincenzo 
Billi, rid. dell'autore per canto e 
pf. © Mar. 6, 1933; D 28407; G. 
Ricordi & co. 5642* 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Incidental series ; coll. of dramatic 
and descriptive m, compiled Movie- 
tone music corp. ; pf. conductor, v. 
6. © Mar. 3, 1933; E pub. 35076; 
Movietone music corp. 5643 

Indian maiden, Wawasee ; song. © 1 
c. Mar. 14, 1933; E unp. 68767; 
Halsie B. Warren. 5644 

Indian serenade ; w Percy Bysshe 
Shelley, m Roland Farley ; male 
voices. Rev. ed. © Feb. 17, 1933; 
E pub. 35091 ; New music press, inc. 

5645 

Inspiration waltz ; [accordion] © 
Mar. 1, 1933; E pub. 35412; Leslie 
C. Groff. 5646 

Into the woods my Master went ; w 
Sidney Lanier, m J. Thurston Noe; 
mixed voices with sop. or ten. solo; 
organ ace. © Mar. 22, 1933; E 
pub. 35436 ; Galaxy music corp. 

5647 

Introduction and fugue in E minor ; 
by Ernest Bullock; organ. © Jan. 
12, 1933: E for. 28797; Oxford uni- 
versity press. 5648 

Invocation : Alleluia : Amen ; w from 
a Lutheran bk. of meditations, m 
Samuel Richards Gaines ; mixed 
voices, with sop. solo. © Mar. 6, 
1933; E pub. 35663; Oliver Ditson 
co., inc. 5649 

Invocation to the sun ; pt.-song, w 
Ossian, tr. James Macpherson, m 
James Lyon. op. 89, no. 2 : men's 
voices. © Feb. 23, 1933; E for. 
28534; Edwin Ashdown, ltd. 5650 

Irish Irene ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 
1933; E unp. 69328; Marie D. 
Sweeney. 5651 

Is this a souvenir ; w and m Val Bur- 
ton and Will Jason ; cho. only. © 
1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; E unp. 68440; 
Movietone music corp. 5652 

Is this the house where love lives; 
song. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1933 ; E unp. 
69183; Lillian Poole Palmason. 

5653 

Isabella ; w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 
10, 1933 ; E unp. 68807 ; Hugh Elmer 
Nichols. 5654 

Islandische tanze ; v. Jon Leifs, op. 11, 
arr. J. Leifs u. Leopold Weninger ; 
orch. stimmen. © Aug. 4, 1931 ; E 
for. 28692; Fr. Kistner & C. F. W. 
Siegel. 5655 

Isle (The) of paradise; by James C. 
Bradford ; 1st violin conductor. <g> 



1 c. Mar. 22, 1933; E unp. 69147; 
Alfred music co., inc. 5656 

Isle of view ; w Jack Joyce, melody 
J. Joyce and Charles Seddon. © 
1 c. Mar. 25, 1933; E unp. 69249; 
John E. Joyce, jr. 5657 

Isn't it the devil ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
28, 1933; E unp. 69363; Brooks 
Bowman. 5658 

Isn't man a funny funny thing ; w and 
melody Jack Joyce and Charles 
Seddon. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933; E 
unp. 69250: John E. Joyce, jr. 

5659 

1st es wirklich wahr ; English waltz, 
aus Schleppzug M 17, w Etienne 
Blanche, Giinther Schwenn u. 
Schaeffers, m Alex Stone u. Will 
Meisel, arr. Lul Clay ; orch. stim- 
men. © Jan. 1, 1933 ; E for. 28970 ; 
Monopol-liederverlag. Ernst Wen- 
graf, G.m.b.H. 5660 

It is a good thing to give thanks ; 
anthem, w from Scriptures, m Ro- 
land Diggle; mixed voices, with 
sop. solo. © Mar. 4, 1933; E pub. 
35131; Theodore Presser co. 5661 

It is May ; w Lourine Kummer, m arr. 
Enrico Barraja : female voices. © 
Mar. 8, 1933 ; E pub. 35106 ; M. Wit- 
mark & sons. 5662 

It is very beautiful over there ; w and 
m Eula Nauwerck-Koller ; med. 
voice; in E flat. © Mar. 11, 1933; 
E pub. 35295 ; Carl Fischer, inc. 



It's a darn good thing ; w Edwin 
Kasin and Isaac L. Kaplowitz, mel- 
ody E. Kasin. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933 ; 
E unp. 69336; Abraham S. Kasin. 

5664 

It's just a breath of paradise; song, 
m Sylvester Long Cross. © 1 c. 
Mar. 15, 1933 ; E unp. 68850 ; George 
Barthelemy. 5665 

It's just that I can't have you ; fox 
trot song. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1933; 
E unp. 69071 ; Jackie Sutton. 5666 

It's just you; w and m Harold 
Holmes; with ukulele arr. May 
Singhi Breen. © Feb. 23, 1933; E 
pub. 35137 ; Harold Holmes music 
publications. 5667 

It's me callin' you ; w and m Terry 
Shand, Walter Kent and Milton 
Drake ; with ukulele arr. © Mar. 
13, 1933; E pub. 35449; Southern 
music pub. co., inc. 



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5695 



It's never too late for love ; valse song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 68594 ; 
Ida First. 5669 

It's our starlight country home ; song, 
m Gladys Mildred Swanson. © 1 c. 
Mar. 9, 1933; E unp. 68570; Wil- 
liam Edward Barnard. 5670 

It's summer again ; fox-trot song. © 
1 c. Mar. 11, 1983; E unp. 69108; 
John O. Nickelsen. 5671 

It's time to sing Sweet Adeline again ; 
w Benny Davis and Al. Boasberg, 
m Sammy Fain; with ukulele arr. 
© Mar. 15, 1933 ; E pub. 35203 ; M. 
Witmark & sons. 5672: 

It's up to you ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
20, 1933; E unp. 68978; Leo J. Mc- 
Quaid and Vance Elwood Pease. 

5673 

It's you ; w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 
7, 1933; E unp. 68472; Hyman Gold- 
man. 5674 

It's your smile; melody. © 1 c. Mar. 
28 r 1933 ; E unp. 69402 ; Luba Som- 
ach. 5675 

It was just a dream that could' not 
be; song, melody Harry Bennett 
and F. McGowen. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1933; E unp. 68988; Franklin S. 
McGowen. 5676 

Italian Christmas carols ; from 200' old 
Christmas carols, coll. and ed., tra- 
ditional w, English tr. John O'Con- 
nor, John Gray and others. © Jan. 
27, 1933; E for. 28530; Richard R. 
Terry. 5677 

J'm'en balance; 6/8 one-step, de Le 
crime du bouif, paroles Andre 
Berthomieu, m G. van Parys ; avec 
accord de l'ukulele. © Dec. 15, 
1932; E for. 28602; Editions Sala- 
bert. 5678 

. orch. ptes. © Dec. 

15, 1932; E for. 28537; Editions 
Salabert. 5679 

J' pourrais fair' du cinema ; one-step, 
paroles Jack Cazol, m A. Calabrese ; 
avec accord de l'ukulele. © Dec. 
15, 1932; E for. 28574; Editions 
Salabert. 5680 

Ja, nur der walzer ganz allein ; wal- 
zer, w Willi Webels, m Josef Schaf- 
gans. © Oct. 29, 1932; E for. 
28729 ; Willi Webels, theater u. mu- 
sikverlag. 5681 

Jack Frost; w Hannah Flagg Gould; 
pf. © Mar. 15, 1933 ; E pub. 35149 ; 
Rutherford Hayes Merriam. 5682 



Java (La) de minuit ; valse musette, 
paroles Maurice Aubret, m H. Ack- 
ermans ; avec accord de l'ukulele. 
© Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 28567 ; Edi- 
tions Salabert. 5683 

Je vends mon coeur ; slow-fox, de 
Pourquoi . . . parce que, paroles 
Seylis de Neve, m Henry Verdun, 
arr. Francis Salabert ; orch. ptes. 
© Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 28547 ; Edi- 
tions Salabert. 5684 



— avec accord de l'ukule- 
le. © Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 28587; 
Editions Salabert. 5685 

Je veux ; fox-trot, de Azor, couplets 
Max Eddy, m Gabaroche, Pearly et 
Chagnon, arr. Francis Salabert; 
orch. ptes. © Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 
28540; Editions Salabert. 5686 

Jealous lover ; w and melody arr. 
Jimmie Davis. © Mar. 13, 1933 ; E 
unp. 69101 ; Southern music pub. co., 
inc. 5687 

Jekyll and Hyde ; written and com- 
posed Greatrex Newman and Leslie 
Sarony ; with ukulele arr. © Feb. 
14, 1933 ; E for. 28894 ; Francis, Day 
& Hunter, ltd. 5688 

Jennifer and the royal procession ; w, 
m and actions Anne Harding 
Thompson; pf. © Mar. 10, 1933; 
E for. 28706; Novello & co., ltd. 

5689 

Jerone and Lelleen ; from Love lost, 
w, melody and rhythm H. W. Bar- 
wick, ace. L. Crawley. © 1 c. Mar. 
6, 1933 ; E unp. 68494 ; Howard Wil- 
liam Barwick and Leone Crawley. 

5690 

Jewel of Spain, I love you ; song. © 
1 c. Mar. 25, 1933; E unp. 69472; 
F. Harvey Straight. 5691 

Jig-saw ; pf . © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1933 ; E 
unp. 68237; Chris Schonberg. 5692 

Jigsaw puzzles ; w B. Thomas, m D. 
Seyforth; pf. treble. © 1 c. Feb. 
25, 1933 ; E unp. 69109 ; Danny Sey- 
forth and Bob Thomas. 5693 

Jig-saw (The) song; w and ukulele 
arr. Robert Montgomery, m Janice 
Collier. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
68337; Mildred June Caldwell. 

5694 

John's house; w, m and actions Anne 
Harding Thompson ; pf. © Mar. 
10, 1933; E for. 28707; Novello & 
co„ ltd. 5695 



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Jolly (A) jig; by Louise Christine 
Rebe ; pf. © Feb. 28, 1933 ; E pub. 
35049; Theodore Presser co. 5696 

Jolly old ma ! Jolly old pa ; w and in 
George Lloyd and Raymond Wal- 
lace; with ukulele arr. © Mar. 8, 
1933; E for. 28780; Huntley Trevor 
music co., ltd. 5697 

Jolly Roger ; selection, from the mu- 
sical-burlesque, lyrics Y. C. Clinton- 
Baddeley, m Walter Leigh, arr. Syd- 
ney Baynes; pf. © Mar. 10, 1933; 
E for. 29046; Boosey & co., ltd. 

5698 

Jugend marschiert ; marsch, Ernst 
Hanfstaengl; pf. © Jan. 31, 1933; 
E for. 28774; Ed. Bote & G. Bock. 

5699 

Julia ; w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 
18, 1933; E unp. 68972; George de 
Horth. 5700 

June light and moonlight ; w and mel- 
ody Dallas Dale. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 
1933 ; E unp. 68937 ; Dallas D. Engle. 

5701 

Junggeselle (Der) ; polka, old melody, 
new arr. ; 1st violin. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 
1933 ; E unp. 68513 ; Peter Miiller. 

5702 

Junior (The) accordionist dance al- 
bum; arr. bk. 1. © Mar. 6, 1933: 
AA 116782; Antonio Zordan. 5703 

Juon (Paul) Suite; op. 89; klavier, 
violine u. violoncell. nr. 1-5. © 
Apr. 18, 1932; E for. 28749; C. A. 
Challier & co. 5704 

Just a baby's smile ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 68317 ; 
James Fredrick Spencer. 5705 

Just a desert wanderer; fox-trot, w 
John Alberson, melody Eduard D. 
Madden. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1933; E 
imp. 68947; John A. Sanford. 5706 

Just a dream that could never come 
true ; song, w Clif Graham and Nor- 
man Carmichael. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 
1933; E unp. 69423; Oliver Lyman 
Wiber. 5707 

Just a kiss ; m Sylvester Long Cross ; 
pf. with w. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1933; 
E unp. 68860; Grace Small. 5708 

Just a little cabin in the hills ; waltz 
song. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1933; E unp. 
68525 ; Frederic Louis Gerbig. 5709 

Just a little flower shop around the 
corner ; w and m Harry Woods ; 
with ukulele arr. Haia Kaa. © 



Mar. 2, 1933; E pub. 35089; Keit- 
Engel, inc. 5710 

Just a lonely rolling stone; pf. with 
w. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 
68419 ; Miner Albert McEuen. 5711 

Just a song ; pf . © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933 ; 
E unp. 69345 ; Joseph Ray. 5712 

Just a song of love in the rain ; from 
14th of July, English, Desmond Car- 
ter, French, Rene Clair, m Maurice 
Jaubert; with ukulele arr. © Feb. 
23, 1933; E for. 28934; Chappell & 
co., ltd. 5713 

Just a song that I can't forget; song, 
m James L. Brown; with ukulele 
arr. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933; E unp. 
69303; Alois J. Weiss. 5714 

Just another dream ; from Face in the 
sky, w andMn Val Burton and Will 
Jason. © Feb. 28, 1933; E pub. 
35045 ; Movietone music corp. 5715 

Just as sure as God made little green 
apples ; pf . with w. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1933; E unp. 69140: Harker F. 
Thomas. 5716 

Just born to be lonesome; w and m 
Gus Kahn and Lew Pollack; with 
ukulele arr. Haia Kaa. © Mar. 15, 
1933 ; E pub. 35331 ; Keit-Engel, inc. 

5717 

Just down by the old garden gate ; 
song, melody Conwell G. Swenson. 
© 1 c. Mar. 14, 1933 ; E unp. 68782 ; 
Elmer Edgar Clark. 5718 

Just for to-day ; duet, w Sibyl F. 
Partridge, m Jane Bingham Abbott, 
arr. Preston Ware Orem ; sop. and 
alto. © Mar. 14, 1933; E pub. 
35195; Clayton F. Summy co. 5719 

Just for you ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 
1933; E unp. 68498; Donald B. Mc- 
Mullen. 5720 

Just let me call you a pal ; song, m 

James L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. 

© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 69302 ; 

Leslie B. McKnight. 5721 

Just longing for you; w.iltz, pf. with 

w. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1933; E imp. 

68661; Clarence R. Pitts. 5722 

Just memories ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 

1933; E unp. 68569; Frederic Louis 

Gerbig. 5723 

Just memories of you ; w and melody. 

© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 68313 ; 

Elmer Schaber. 5724 

Just one glimpse of Calvary ; hymn. 

© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1933; E unp. 69070; 

Winifred J. Olofson. 5725 



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no. 3. 1933 



5753 



Just suppose ; valse song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1933; B unp. 68627; Char- 
lotte W. Rehder. 



5726 



Just tell her while dancing; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1933; E 
unp. 68913 ; John W. Henry. 5727 

Just to he with you; song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 15, 1933 ; E unp. 68834 ; Matilda 
Curtiss. 5728 

Just whistle; fox trot, w and m E. M. 
Lester. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1933 ; E 
unp. 68597 ; Elizabeth M. Leister. 

5729 

Just you and our home sweet home; 
song, melody L. Crow and Margaret 
Daugherty. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1933; 
E unp. 69006; Lydia Crow. 5730 

Kadenzen ; zu W. A. Mozarts violin- 
konzert nr. 7, werk 271 a , Georges 
Enesco; vioiine. © Dec. 30, 1932; 
E for. 28965 ; Breitkopf & Hartel. 

5731 

K A sweetheart ; pf. with w. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 68486; Ida 
Ruth Chamblin. 5732 

Keep on singing; coll. of songs, ed. 
Kenneth S. Clark. © Mar. 15, 1933 ; 
AA 115663 ; Paull-pioneer music 
corp. 5733 

Keep smiling with Roosevelt ; song. 
© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1933 ; E unp. 68648 ; 
Frank Cambria. 5734 

Kiesling (Samuel G.) Twin melodies; 
pf. © Mar. 8, 1933; E pub. 35333; 
Samuel G. Kiesling. 5735 

Kinda da da ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 
1933 ; E unp. 69408 ; Dorothea Ellen 
Layton. 5736 

Kinder, kinder, seid vergmigt ; stim- 
mungsschlager, w Willi Webels, m 
Paul Preil, arr. Georg Jederskowski ; 
orch. stimmen. © July 30, 1932; 
E for. 28732; Willi Webels, theater 
u. musikverlag. 5737 

Kindergarten and primary songs ; w 
and melodies. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68409 ; Geraldine Margaret 
DeVine and Wilma Bolte. 5738 

King Arthur ; musical comedy. © 1 c. 
Mar. 20, 1933; D 28412; Clair W. 

Johnson. 5738* 

King Kong; march from the film, 
Max Steiner ; pf. © Mar. 18, 1933 ; 
E pub. 35234 ; Sam Fox pub. co. 

5739 



Kiss, love and hold me ; song. © 
Mar. 17, 1933; E pub. 35240; Maud 
Miller Stevenson. 5740 

Kiss me, my darling; w Fred L. Ger- 
big, m the four Jost bros. ; with uku- 
lele arr. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1933; E 
unp. 69128 ; Frank John Jost. 5741 

Kissin' bug ; w Clement Wood, m 
Jacques Wolfe ; low voice. © Mar. 
22, 1933 ; E pub. 35532 ; G. Schirmer, 
inc. 5742 

Kissing depression good-bye ; song, m 
George Miller. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68229; Charles Terry. 5743 

Kleine adventsmusik ; v. Hugo Distler, 
op. 4, flote, oboe, vioiine. kainmer- 
chor, orgel, cembalo o. klavier, vio- 
loncell, ad lib. sowie sprecher. Par- 
titur. © Dec. 20, 1932 ; E for. 28966 ; 
Breitkopf & Hartel. 5744 

Kleiner mann & grosse frau ; walzer, 
old melody, new arr. ; 1st violin. © 
1 c. Feb. 9, 1933; E unp. 68510; 
Peter Miiller. 5745 

Kleines braunes madel aus Havanna ; 
tango, w Gerd Karlick, m Will Mei- 
sel u. Joe Hajos, arr. Ferry Muhr ; 
orch. stimmen. © Sept. 19, 1931 ; 
E for. 28727; Edition Meisel & co. T 
G. m. b. H. 5746 

Konig Karl marsch ; v. C. L. Unrath, 
bearb. Hugo Herrmann ; akkordeon. 
© Feb. 17, 1933; E for. 28923; 
Adolph Fiirstner. 5747 

Kolping (The) march; march, melody, 
and voice pt. with w Otto Knab. 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 68354 ; 
D:edrich H. Buerhop. 5748 

Lady bluebird ; w and m Mike Benton, 
pf. arr. Marcus Bartlett ; with uku- 
lele arr. Perry Bechtel. © 1 c. Mar. 
9, 1933 ; E unp. 68576 ; Mitchell Mc- 
Iver Benton. 5749? 

Lady, I'm asking you ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1933 ; E unp. 68286 ; 
Beatrice E. Lane. 5750 

Lady, why do I love you ; fox-trot, w 
Sam Adelman, melody Benny Adel- 
man. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 
68328 ; Samuel Adelman and Benja- 
min Adelman. 5751 

Lafayette ; melody Basie-Durham. © 
1 c. Feb. 18, 1933; E unp. 69078: 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 5752 

Laggiu ; valzer, versi Nisa, m A. M. 
Zanuso. © Nov. 15, 1932; E for. 
28841 ; S. a. Melodi. 5753 



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5754 



pt. ttt, n. s., v. 28 



Laguna ; tango, Manuel Pizzaro, arr. 
Francis Salabert ; orch. ptes. © 
Dec. 15, 1932 : E for. 28552 ; Editions 
Salabert. 5754 

Lamb (The) of God; sacred cantata, 
w Frances R. Havergal, John G. 
Whittier, and from Bible ; women's 
voices. Sc. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1933; 
E unp. 68997; John M. Hughes. 

5755 

Language (The) of love; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933; E unp. 
69385; Fred Plyler. 5756 

Last (The) Mohican; syncopated 
dance, Lothar Perl ; pf. © Mar. 17, 
1933; E for. 29048; B. Schott's 
sohne. 5757 

Late September ; w Amy Lowell, m 
Ferdinand Dunkley ; sop. 1, 2 and 
alto. © Mar. 22, 1933 ; E pub. 35422 ; 
Ferdinand Luis Dunkley. 5758 

Latest (The) wrinkle; song, arr. Fred 
Murmnnn. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933 ; E 
unp. 68745: Harold Samuel Blegen. 

57519 

Laughin' Louie ; w and melody Clar- 
ence Gaskill. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68895 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & 
co., inc. 5760 

Laurita ; song of Spain, w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1933 ; E unp, 68465 : 
Irene Brooks Pierson. 5761 

Lawn dance ; by Isabel Brown ; pf . © 
Mar. 11, 1933; E pub. 35166; Theo- 
dore Presser co. 5762 

Lay me to rest beneath the roses ; w 
A. D. Delay, m Arthur Muldrew 
Allan. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1933 : E unp. 
68240 ; Arthur M. Allan & A. D. De- 
lay. 5763 

Lay your head on my shoulder ; w and 
m Con Conrad, Sam Coslow and 
Jimmy Campbell. © 1 c. Mar. 21. 
1933 ; E unp. 69033 ; Campbell, Con- 
nelly, inc. 5764 

Lead us O Father; anthem, w William 
H. Burleigh, m William T. Tini- 
mings ; mixed voices with alto solo ; 
organ ace. © Mar. 3. 1933 ; E pub. 
35262; Carl Fischer, inc. 5765 

Leap (A) year dream; song, m Eu- 
gene Platzman. © Mar. 15, 1933 : 
E pub. 3-1194 ; M. A. Jackson. 5766 

Leave me alone ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Mar. 17, 1933; E unp. 68926; Helen 
Sirade. 5767 



Leaving blues ; w and melody D. Wil- 
liams. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 
68896; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

5768 

Lebenslust ; chorwalzer nach lieben, 
alten melodien, dichtung u. musika- 
lische bearb. Franciscus N a g 1 e r ; 
gem. chor. © Jan. 6, 1933; E for. 
28741 ; Gebr. Hug & co. 5769 

mannerchor, mit klavier- 



o. orch.-begl. Klavierauszug. © 
Nov. 17, 1932; E for. 28992; Gebr. 
Hug & co. 5770 

Leggett ; hymn tune, w R. H. Robin- 
son. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933; E unp. 
68562 ; Douglas Fletcher. 5771 

Let all the world ; w George Herbert ; 
mixed voices, organ ace. © Nov. 7, 
1932; E for. 28767; Arthur Somer- 
vell. 5772 

Let by-gones be by-gones; w and m 
Jos. Geo. Gilbert; with ukulele arr. 
R. S. Stoddon. © Feb. 21, 1933 ; E 
far. 28848 ; B. Feldman & co. 5773 

Let it rain; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Mar. 20, 1933 : E unp. 69041 ; Vivian 
Duncan. 5774 

Let me be your pal ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933 : E unp. 68755 ; 
Olive Flaskamp. 5775 

Let me dream and dream ; song. © 
1 c. Mar. 17, 1933; E unp. 68899; 
William J. Simon. 5776 

Let me dream that waltz again ; waltz, 
w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 
1933 ; E unp. 69510 ; Arnold Maurice 
Cowan. 5777 

Let me see you smile ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 69044 ; 
Duncan sisters. 5778 



Let' 



s go ! America ; w Harper Garcia 



Smyth, m Walter Logan. © Mar. 6, 
1933; E pub. 35024; Sam Fox pub. 
co. 5779 

Let's laugh the depression away : w 
and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933; 
E unp. 69390 ; Thomas Carroll Snow. 

5780 

Let's pull to-gether ; song; with ukulele 
arr. © Mar. 15, 1933 ; E pub. 35185 ; 
George R. Zarter. 5781 

Let's spend an evening at home ; w and 
melody Kay O'Donnell, Buddy Fields 
and Gerald Marks. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 
1933; E unp. 68331; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc. 5782 



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no. 3, 1933 



5810 



Let's take a little walk with Mary; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68529; Bert Hoffman. 5783 

Let's tell the truth; w and melody 
Roy Turk and Vee Lawnhurst. © 
1 c. Mar. 28, 1933; E unp. 69463; 
Irving Berlin, inc. 5784 

Let there be love, and there was love ; 
w Don Hartman, m Jay Gorney ; 
with ukulele arr. © Mar. 3, 1933; 
E pub. 35026; De Sylva, Brown & 
Henderson, inc. 5785 

Letter (The) ; 3-pt. cho., English, 
Luther Moffitt, German, Theodor 
Storm, m Frederick A. Stock, arr. 
Albert Noelte ; women's voices. © 
Mar. 23, 1933; E pub, 35472; H. T. 
FitzSimons co. 5786 

Letter (A) asking to come home ; song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 68508 ; 
James T. Hosking. 5787 

Lie (The) he wrote home; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933; E 
unp. 69266 ; Bob Miller. 5788 

Lieber schatz, ich habe heut' geburt- 
stag ; stimmungsschlager u. slow-fox, 
m Paul Preil, op. 374, arr. Heinz 
Joachim Vieweg. © Dec. 21, 1932; 
E for. 28994 ; Willi Webels. . 5789 

Liebes leid ; w Morris Rosenfeld, m 
Abraham S. Ellstein. © Mar. 10, 
1933; E pub. 35321; Henry Lefko- 
witch. 5790 

Liebesgliick; walzerlied, w A. Kessler, 
m F. W. Mehr. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1933; E unp. 68694; Anton Kessler 
and Friedrich Wilhelm Mehr. 5791 

Liebeslied; w Julius Wolff, English, 
Mrs. John P. Morgan, m Felix Wein- 

' gartner, op. 7, nr. 3. Neue ausgabe. 
© Mar. 10, 1931 ; E for. 28725 ; Ries 
& Erler, G.m.b.H. 5792 

Liebeswalzer ; v. Johann Strauss, text- 
lich u. musikalisch eingerichtet, Leo 
Blech. © Jan. 20, 1933; E for. 
28773 ; Ed. Bote & G. Bock. 5793 

Lieder in schweizer-mundart ; songs, 
w Sophie Hammerli-Marti, Elisa- 
beth Thommen u. a. © May 6, 
1932 ; E for. 28985 ; Irma Levaillant. 

5794 

Life (The) for me; song, m Burrell 
Van Buren; pf. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1933; E unp. 69263; Inez Samuel- 
son. 5795 

Life's no fun; w Vin Lindhe, m Pern 
Davenport. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1933; 



E unp. 68892; Pembroke Mortimer 
Davenport. 5796 

Lightly dancing, lovely marchioness ; 
w Barnetta Brown from the French 
of Eugene Bazot, m Lemaire, arr. 
Wm. Stickles ; sop. 1, 2 and alto. 
© Mar. 6, 1933; E pub. 35078; 
Harms, inc. 5797 

Lily-May ; w and m Ted Fiorito, Harry 
Tobias and Neil Moret ; with ukulele 
arr. © Feb. 28, 1933 ; E pub. 35315 ; 
Leo Feist, inc. 5798 

Lily of the valley ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 68375; 
Elmore Ewing Jones. 5799 

Linger just a little longer; w and m 
William Wollens. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1933 ; E unp. 68643 ; William Wollen- 
schlager. 5800 

Lingering memories ; song, arr. Al 
Henning ; pf . © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1933 ; 
E unp. 69153 ; Oliver Guy Stam. 

5801 

Listen to me ; from Take it or leave 
it, w and melody Parke Grindel. © 
1 c. Feb. 20, 1933; E unp. 69104; 
Thomas Linwood Grindell. 5802 

Liszt (Franz) Easter song of the 
angels ; anthem, w Goethe, English, 
Helen A. Dickinson, m arr. Clarence 
Dickinson ; women's voices ; organ 
ace. © Mar. 20, 1933 ; E pub. 35358 ; 
H. W. Gray co. v 5803 

— — Love dreams ; solo or duet, arr. 
Albert Adam; pf. ace. 1. Hawaiian 
steel guit. — 2. Spanish guit. © Mar. 
21, 1933 ; E pub. 35385, 35401 ; Cen- 
tury music pub. co. 5804, 5805 

Little (A) beer, a pretzel and you; w 
and melody Howard Johnson, Harry 
Pease and Ed. G. Nelson. © 1 c. 
Mar. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 69165 ; Irving 
Berlin, inc. 5806 

Little Bernice Clayton; pf. with w. 
© 1 c. Mar. 10', 1933 ; E unp. 68653 ; 
Bessie Wells. 5807 

Little (A) bird told me your secret; 
duet, w Pamela Mason, m Jeanne 
Sterling. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E 
unp. 69467; Margery Featherston 
and Esther Weikel. 5808 

Little boy; song. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 
1933; E unp. 68769; Lois Dunbar 
Reid. 5809 

Little boy of my dreams ; song. © 
1 c. Mar. 25, 1933; E unp. 69245; 
Elizabeth Spencer Moquin. 5810 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Little (The) bum; w and melody I. 
Vassilakis. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1933; 
E unp. 68566: John Thymios. 

5811 

Little cabin of dream's [sic] ; song. 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1933 ; E unp. 68274 ; 
Carrie Davis Chapman. 5812 

Little (The) church covered with 
flowers ; w G. C. Bunton and Fred 
R. Wightman, m G. C. Bunton and 
F. Dean Moore ; pf. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1933 ; E unp. 69052 ; George Clinton 
Bunton. 5813 

Little (The) disciple; Easter play, w 
and m J. B. Faure, and others, 
arr. Ruth Amelia Smith and Adelina 
Patti Fulton ; mixed voices. Voc. 
sc. © Mar. 8, 1933; E pub. 35107; 
M. Witmark & sons. 5814 

Voc. sc. 1. Sop., 

alto and bass. — 2. Sop. 1, 2 and 
alto. — 3. Sop. and alto. © Mar. 6, 
1933; E pub. 35080-35082; M. Wit- 
mark & sons. 5815-5817 

Little girl of mine ; pf . treble with 
w. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933; E unp. 
68756 ; E. Perry Crump. 5818 

Little girlie ; fox-trot song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 68626; Fred 
Sutherland. 5819 

Little (A) green lane; w Desmond 
Carter, m May H. Brahe ; in E flat. 
© Mar. 2, 1933 ; E for. 29062 ; Chap- 
pell & co., ltd. 5820 

Little home in the Genesee Valley ; pf . 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 69344 ; 
John Harold Schwab. 5821 

Little (A) home, my mother and a 
winding lane ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Mar. 24, 1933 ; E unp. 69208 ; Joseph 
Anthony Kushner. 5822 

Little mother ; w and m Harold 
Holmes ; with ukulele arr. May 
Singhi Breen. © Feb. 23, 1933; E 
pub. 35138; Harold Holmes music 
publications. 5823 

Little Nell ; melodrama in rhythm, w 
and m Elly Divina. © Mar. 4, 
1933 ; E pub. 35115 ; Skidmore music 
CO., inc. 5824 

Little old-fashioned cottage ; pf. treble 
with w. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1933; E 
unp. 09520; Dewey Lionel Dick. 

5825 

Little old sod shanty ; w and melody 
Jules Allen. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1933; 
E unp. 69091 ; Southern music pub. 
CO., inc. 5826 



Little pictures ; 10 pieces, Jesse Furze ; 
pf. © Feb. 22, 1933; E for. 28677; 
Josepn Williams, ltd. 5827 

Little (The) place I once called home; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68324; Nora Wilson. 5828 

Little (A) romance; by Charles Wood- 
house ; violin ; pf . ace. © Feb. 14, 
1933; E for. 28816; Hawkes & son 
(London) ltd. 5829 

Little sweetheart of mine; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1933; E 
unp. 68934; Edwin A. George and 
Ward Pleshek. 5830 

Little sweetheart of the range land ; 
valse song. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933; 
E unp. 68213 ; Jennie A. Mazzaro. 

5831 

Little wild rose of the mountains ; 
song, m Sylvester Long Cross: © 
1 c. Mar. 7, 1933; E unp. 68476; 
Hazel Winney Broady. 5832 

Lizene ; w and m Otto L. Bohanan. 
© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 69276 ; 
Florence D. Bohanan. 5833 

Lockhart (The) band-class method; 
by Lee M. Lockhart and Edmund M. 
Goehring. bk. 1. Teacher's sc. © 
Mar 8, 1933; AA 116644; M. Wit- 
mark & sons. 5834 

Lollipop land ; musical play. © 1 c. 
Feb. 14, 1933 ; D 28404 ; Helen Ram- 
sey. 5834* 

Lollypops ; pf. with w. © 1 c. Mar. 
23, 1933; E unp. 69155; Howard 

Nicholas Dynes. 5835 

London every day ; suite, Eric Coates ; 
orch. pts. © Feb. 20, 1933; E for. 
28723 ; Chappell & co., ltd. 5836 

Lone (The) hobo; w and melody. © 
1 c. Mar. 17, 1933; E unp. 68921; 
Joseph Hone. 5837 

Lonely : valse song. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 
1933; E unp. 68609; Carl Pope. 

5838 

Lonesome for you; song, m James L. 
Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Mar. 27, 1933; E unp. 69316; R. C. 

Thomas. 5839 

Lonesome, I need you; w and melody 
Fleming and Townsend. © 1 c. 
Feb. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 69085 ; South- 
ern music pub. co., inc. 5840 

Lonesome now ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1933; E unp. 69037; Gary Fuss. 

5841 



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5871 



Lonesome valley ; w Lou Klein, m Bob 
Miller ; with ukulele arr. ©• Mar. 
22, 1933; E pub. 35498; Shapiro, 
Bernstein & co., inc. 5842 

Lonesome waltz ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Mar. 10, 1933 ; E unp. 68651 ; A. 
Winifred Widney Law. 5843 

Longing; song. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1933; 
E unp. 68683 ; Marion Hart Prentice. 

5844 

Longing to be with you ; by Ada May ; 
pf. treble. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1933; 
E unp. 69448 ; Ada May Weeks. 5845 

Longwood gardens; inarch, Chas. Ben- 
ter; band pts. © Feb. 1, 1933; E 
pub. 35274; Carl Fischer, inc. 5846 

Look who's here ; musicomedy, bk., 
Carleton S. Hadley, m Ted Wil- 
liams. Voc. sc. © Mar. 25, 1933; 
E pub. 35549; Shattinger piano & 
music co. 5847 

Looking for work ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
25, 1933; E unp. 69285; Berenice 
Ward Stockland. 5848 

Looking forward to the day, when we 
shall meet again ; song ; with uku- 
lele arr. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 
68475; Florence Schmidt. 5849 

Looking on the bright side ; w and m 
Howard Flynn, arr. Albert Szirmai ; 
with ukulele arr. © Mar. 20, 1933 ; 
E pub. 35306; Harms, inc. 5850 

Lord (The) is my Shepherd; w from 
Psalm 23, m Kathryn Miner. © 
1 c. Mar. 15, 1933; E unp. 68863; 
Kathryn Lucinda Miner. 5851 

Lost sweetheart ; song. © Feb. 14, 
1933; E pub. 35120; William Am- 
bers. 5852 

Louisiana moon ; w and melody G. Au- 
try and Lee Boswell. © 1 c. Mar. 
10, 1933 ; E unp. 69459 ; Gene Autry. 

5853 

Lou'sinna lullaby; w and melody 
Charles Newman, Johnny Burke 
and Harold Spina. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 
1933; E unp. 69419; Santly bros., 
inc. 5854 

Love a la carte ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Mar. 20, 1933; E imp. 69046; 
Vivian Duncan. 5855 

Love, beautiful love ; m Sylvester 
Long Cross ; pf . with w. © 1 c. 
Mar. 15, 1933; E unp. 68855; Mary 
Gladys Fuqua. 5856 



Love brings you back; song, w Fran- 
ces E. Dexter. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1933 ; E unp. 69243 ; Wilbur C. Dex- 
ter. 5857 

Love came stealing like a thief in the 
night; w and m Val Burton and 
Will Jason. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; 
E unp. 68437; Movietone music 
corp. 5858 

Love 'em and leave 'em ; w and m 
Si Vanderlaan and Jim Huso; with 
ukulele arr. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933 ; 
E unp. 69359; Simon Vanderlaan 
and James Huso. 5859 

Love for a day; valse song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 1, 1933; E unp. 68620; Bella 
Rosa. 5860 

Love in a sunny rose garden; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1933; E 
unp. 68920; Edward Stude. 5861 

Love is a merry-go-round ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 
.69048; Vivian Duncan. 5862 

Love is best; song, w Ethel Carver. 
© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933; E unp. 69241; 
Eclla Zost. 5863 

Love is blind ; w Rita Stramese, and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1933; E 
unp. 68499; Lawrence Zucchino. 

5864 

Love is like an arabesque ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1933; E unp. 
68823; Ford William Lefler. 5865 

Love me; song, from A good woman 
poor thing. © Jan. 12, 1933; E 
pub. 35094 ; Arthur Margetson. 5866 

Love me like you should dear; song, 
m Helene and Vivian Lo Serro. © 
1 e. Mar. 7, 1933; E unp. 68506; 
Joseph Cuccia. 5867 

Love me only ; w Jack Joyce, melody 
J. Joyce and Charles Sedclon. © 
1 c. Mar. 25, 1933; E unp. 69251; 
John E. Joyce, jr. 5868 

Love me today ; song, melody James 
L. Brown. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933; E 
unp. 68407; Nellie Bukwick. 5869 

Love me tonight, sweetheart; waltz 
song, melody Ray Hibbeler. © 1 c. 
Mar. 11, 1933; E unp. 6S744 ; Ray- 
mond Hofeldt. 5870 

Love of my heart ; waltz, w Wavel M. 
Burg, m Gertrude E. Burg; with 
ukulele arr. © Feb. 27, 1933; E 
pub. 35466; Walter A. Quincke. 

5871 



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5872 



pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Love's a flower; w John Galsworthy, 
m Cyril C. Dalmaine, tonic solfa 
tr. H. J. Timothy ; mixed voices. © 
Feb. 28, 1933 ; E for. 28922 ; Stainer 
& Bell, ltd. 5872 

Love songs of the Nile ; w Arthur 
Freed, m Nacio Herb Brown, arr. 0. 
Maxwell. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933; E 
unp. 68411 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
corp. 5873 

L-o-v-e spells love for me ; song. © 
1 c. Mar. 10, 1933; E unp. 68671; 
Robert Livingston Vance. 5874 

Love strikes a rhapsody; w N. K. 
Panama, melody H. Stein; with 
chord ace. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933; 
E unp. 68765; Norman K. Panama 
and Herman Stein. 5875 

Love (The) that lies; w Paul Francis 
Webster and Michael Prince, mel- 
ody John Jacob Loeb. © 1 c. Mar. 
24, 1933; E unp. 69205; Leo. Feist, 
inc. 5876 

Love, you are the sunrise; w Harold 
Adamson, m Burton Lane. © Mar. 
23, 1933 ; E pub. 35421 ; Irving Ber- 
lin, inc. 5877 

Lovelight (The) of a soul; song, 
melody Guy Ervin Carpenter. © 
1 c. Mar. 22, 1933; E unp. 69117; 
David Riley Carpenter. 5878 

Lovely one ; waltz, w S. Adelman, 
melody B. Adelman. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1933; E unp, 68415; Samuel Adel- 
man and Benjamin Adelman. 5879 

Lover ; w Lorenz Hart, m Richard Rod- 
gers; with ukulele arr. © Feb. 15, 
1933; E pub. 35008; Famous music 
corp. 5880 

Love's day; rhapsody, w K. Cinque- 
mani. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 
68701 ; Edna W. Murtagh. 5881 

Love's dream after the ball; inter- 
mezzo, Alphons Czibulka, arr. 
Thomas C. Brown ; military band 
pts. © Jan. 3, 1933; E for. 28824; 
Hawkes & son (London) ltd. 5882 

Love's dream boat ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
13. 1933; E unp. 68747; Helen 
Adams-Strickland. 5883 

Love's longing; song, solo-duet, with 
arr. for violin-solo-duet, organ or pf. 
ace. © Mar. 10, 1933 ; E pub. 35134 ; 
Maximilian Friess. 5884 

Love's lottery; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Mar. 7, 1933; E unp. 68461; Fred 
Shorey Campbell. 5885 



Love's lullaby; song. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 
1933; E unp. 69484; Anna Welker 
Brown. 5886 

Love's prisoner ; w William Blake, m 
C. Armstrong Gibbs. Winthrop 
Rogers ed. © Mar. 14, 1933 ; E for. 
29045; Boosey & co., ltd. 5887 

Love's tomorrow; m Sylvester Long 
Cross ; pf. with w. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 
1933; E unp. 68856; Hazel Kay. 

5888 

Loving you; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Mar. 3, 1933; E unp. 68312; John 
Notch. 5889 

Low down upon the Harlem river; w 
Mack Gordon, m Harry Revel; with 
ukulele arr. © Mar. 3, 1933 ; E pub. 
35027; De Sylva, Brown & Hender- 
son, inc. 5890 

Lullaby; w K. J. Cronin, m Sister 
Mary Irene. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68697; Katharine J. Cronin 
and Mary Irene Kelly 5891 

Lullaby for a child ; song, w Clarence 
P. Milligan. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1933; 
E unp. 68996; Howard Field Fas- 
sett. 5892 

Lunacy; w Danford Barney, m Ewald 
Haun. © Feb. 24, 1933; E for. 
29020; G. Ricordi & co. 5893 

Lupe; w and melody Monty FerDon. 
© 1 c. Feb. 18. 1933 ; E unp. 68444 : 
Monroe Alvin FerDon. 5894 

Lying in the hay ; fox-trot, w Jean 
Franc-Nohain, English, Henry Rob- 
erts and Harry S. Pepper, m 
Mireille ; with ukulele arr. © Jan. 
7, 1933 ; E for. 28681 ; Dix, ltd. 5895 

Ma rue ; de La revue d'amour, paroles 
Jacques-Charles, m Jean Lenoir ; 
avec accord de l'ukulele. © Dec. 15. 
1932; E for. 28606; Editions Sala- 
bert. 5896 

McCutchan ; hymn tune, w John New- 
ton. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933; E unp. 
68558; Douglas Fletcher. 5897 

McKinley; hymn tune, w Henry F. 
Lyte. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 
68559; Douglas Fletcher. 5898 

w and m Else Brix and Charles 

Hum f eld. © Mar. 23, 1933 ; E pub. 
35453; McKinley high school. 5899 

Made for love; song. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 
1933 ; E unp. 69494 ; Henry Reinert. 

5900 



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no. 3. 1933 



5930 



Madonnella campagnola ; versi C. Ian- 
taflB, m Gino Travisi ; pf . © Nov. 
15, 1932 ; E for. 28830 ; Theo Muccy. 

5901 

Madrigal ; tango, de J. F. Falcon, arr. 
Francis Salabert; orch. ptes. et 
paroles. © Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 
28553; Editions Salabert. 5902 

Madrigale e Ballata ; versi Franco 
Sacchetti, m Antonio Veretti. © 
Mar. 20, 1933; E for. 28945; G. Ri- 
cordi & co. 5903 

Madi, in Wien wird es friihling ; tango, 
text Willy Rosen u. Marcel Lion, m 
Franz Doelle, bearb. Ferry Mubr ; 
orch. stimmen. © July 15, 1932; E 
for. 28684 ; Wiener Phonix verlag. 

5904 

Magdalen ; pf. with w. © 1 c. Mar. 
14, 1933; E unp. 68774; Ruth Mezz. 

5905 

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis ; in D, 
Wilfred Layton ; mixed voices ; or- 
gan ace. © Mar. 17, 1933; E pub. 
35467 ; H. T. FitzSimons co. 5906 

m Herbert W. Sumsion ; mixed 

voices ; organ ace. © Jan. 26, 1933 ; 
E for. 28791; Oxford university 
press. 5907 

Mahogany hall stomp ; by Spencer 
Williams, arr. Cornel Tanassy, jr. ; 
orch. pts. © Mar. 27, 1933 ; E pub. 
35512 ; Joe Davis, inc. 5908 

Maison (La) des amourettes; fox-trot, 
paroles Pierre Bayle et Robert Mal- 
leron, m J. Jekyll ; avec accord de 
I'ukulele. © Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 
28598; Editions Salabert. 5909 

Makin' a fool of myself over you ; song. 
© 1 c. Mar. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 68974 ; 
Louis Grosenick. 5910 

Man hangin' around ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 68357 ; 
Beatrice Rodick. 5911 

Manola ; tango-serenade, paroles 
Charles Forge, m E. Stubbs-Du 
Perron. © Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 
28637; Choudens. 5912 

Marabelle ; w and m Walter and Duff. 
© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933 ; E unp. 69462 ; 
Walter B. Bell. 5913 

March along; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Mar. 27, 1933; E unp. 69355; Harvey 
J. Lebo. 5914 

March and lullaby, Baby Alice ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933; E 
unp. 69356; Harvey J. Lebo. 5915 



March (The) of prosperity; by Victor 
Renton, arr. William M. Felton ; pf ., 
4 hands. © Feb. 28, 1933; E pub. 
35054 ; Theodore Presser co. 5916 

March of the Amazons ; by R. H. Bas- 
sett ; pf. conductor. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 
1933 ; E unp. 69479 ; Movietone mu- 
sic corp. 5917 

March triumphant; by Wilbur Cheno- 
weth ; pf. © Jan. 16, 1933 ; E pub. 
35287; Carl Fischer, inc. 5918 

March U. W. V. ; pf. solo and song. 
© Mar. 14, 1933; E pub. 35242; 
Claude Johnson. 5919 

Marche (La) des grands boulevards; 
m Maurice Yvain; pf. l er violin, 
cello et c. basse, avec paroles. Ptes. 
© Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 28590; Edi- 
tions Salabert. 5920 

paroles Max Blot, m Maurice 

Yvain; avec accord de I'ukulele. © 
Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 28591 ; Editions 

- Salabert. 5921 

Marching in chains ; Russian folk 
song, arr. Ralph L. Baldwin ; men's 
cho. © Mar. 24, 1933; E pub. 
35508 ; Associated music publishers, 
inc. 5922 

Mardi (The) gras ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Mar. 7, 1933; E unp. 68466; 
Irene Brooks Pierson. 5923 

Margarita ; song, melody Rosa de- 
Paret. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 
69290; Marjorie Harper. 5924 

Marinero (Un) en el golf o ; letra y 
in Ernesto Ramirez Valdes ; pf. © 
1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; E unp. 68346; 
Dionisio Acosta. 5925 

Mariquita's dance ; tango ; pf. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 68448; Ethel 
L. Mahoney. 5926 

Marlene in trousers ; song, melody 
Gene Panzone. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1933 ; E unp. 69134 ; Salvatore Bono. 

5927 

Marley, L. M. ; hymn tune, Merritt 
Ierley. © Mar. 4, 1933; E pub. 
35142; Merritt A. Ierley. 5928 

Mary I love you ; w Jack Joyce, mel- 
ody Charles Seddon. © 1 c. Mar. 
25, 1933; E unp. 69246; John E. 
Joyce, jr. 5929 

Mary, that old fashioned sweetheart 

of mine; song. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 

1933; E unp. 68980; Virginia E. 

Strang. 5930 



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5930* 



pt. in, 11. s., v. 28 



Master (The) dot method; for ukulele, 
banjo-uke, tiple and uke-guit. © 1 
c. Mar. 29, 1933; A ad. int. 17669; 
pubd. Mar. 15. 1933; Don Tucker. 

5930* 

May-blossoms ; [accordion] © Feb. 
10, 1933; E pub. 35413; Leslie C. 
Groff. 5931 

May I call you mine; song, © 1 c. 
Mar. 15, 1933; E imp. 68829; Doro- 
thy M. Lorman. 5932 

Maybe I love you too much ; w and 
m Irving Berlin ; with ukulele air. 
© Mar. 9. 1933; E pub. 35125; 
Irving Berlin, inc. 5933 

Maybe I'm just a nobody ; fox trot 
song. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1933 ; E unp. 
68608; Evelyn Ibach. 5934 

Mayerl (Billy) Three syncopated 
rambles; pf. © Mar. 22, 1933; E 
for. 28955 ; Keith, Browse & co., ltd. 

5935 

Maytime ; song, m James L. Brown ; 
with ukulele arr. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1933; E unp. 68724; Henry Schu- 
macher. 5936 

Mazurka ; by Neva Garner Green- 
wood ; violin ; pf. ace. © Mar. 21, 
1933; E pub. 35480; H. T. Fitz- 
Simons co. 5937 

Mean gal ; w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 
22, 1933; E unp. 69125; William N. 
Brownstein. 5938 

Meditation ; by Alexander MacFadyen, 
founded on the 3rd prelude in C 
min., Johann Sebastian Bach ; violin 
and pf. © Mar. 25, 1933; E pub. 
35574 ; Badger music pub. co. 5939 

Meet me at the great world's fair; w 
J. Gloub. m H. Le Grand ; with uku- 
lele arr. © Feb. IS. 1933; E pub. 
35030; John Gloub and Harry 
Le Grand. 5940 

Meet me in Miami: song, m Luther A. 
(Mark. © Mar. 10, 1933: E pub. 
35346; May me Finley Broome. 5941 

Moot that gal of mine ; w and melody 
Roy Farrell. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1933; 
E nii|'. 68987; Hairy Prince. 5942 

Mein harmonium; album 34 beliebter 
stiicke in leichter spielbarkeit, Jac 
Bonset. © Dec. 30. 1932: E for. 
28765; B. Schott's sohne. 5943 

Mein madel, dor wein und die rosen ; 
walzer, w K. Blume u. Dr. Lacroix, 
in Kul Blume. 1. Salon-orch. stiin- 
men mit gesang u. pf. — 2. Gesang u. 



pf . © Sept. 26, 1932 ; E for. 28977, 
28980; Heinrichshofen's verlag. 

5944, 5945 

Mein schones kind vom Rhein ; 
marsch, w Gerhard Ebeler, m Hans 
Otten. © Jan. 1, 1933; E for. 
28758; G. Ebeler verlag. 5946 

Melodies from theme song ; melodies. 
© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 69287 ; 
Oliver Haserodt. 5947 

Melody moon ; pf . with w. © 1 c. 
Mar. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 68355 ; Gudrun 
Benedickte Norman. 5948 

Memories ; song, m Burrell Van Buren. 
© June 28, 1932; E pub. 35128; 
Cora Henderson Conway. 5949 

Memories live on ; , waltz song, pL 
arr. Dorothy Wilson. © 1 c. Mar. 
10, 1933 ; E unp. 68642 ; Jean King. 

5950 

Memories of dear old Montana ; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 18. 1933 ; 
E unp. 68970 ; Richard Pickett. 5951 

Memories of mother ; fox trot song. 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933 ; E unp. 68638 ; 
Lillian Bigelow. 5952 

Memories of the Orient; waltz; mel- 
ody with pf. ace. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 
1933: E unp. 68904; P. Spicacci. 

5953 

Memories of you, baby mine ; pf . with 
w. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1933; E unp. 
68481 ; Margaret Ordway. 5954 

Memory's lane ; valse song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 25, 1933; E unp. 68593 ; Lena 
Davis. 5955 

Mendelssohn (Arnold) Zwolf alt- 
deutsche Weihnachtslieder ; kinder- 
o. frauenchor. Sangerpartitur. © 
Nov. IS, 1932; E for. 28958; Freit- 
kopf & Hartel. 5956 

Mennet ; from Downland suite, by 
John Ireland ; pf. © Feb. 23, 1933 ; 
E for. 28536; Edwin Ashdown, ltd. 

5957 

Mermaids of the Moldau : overture, 
J. U. Rozkosny, rev. arr. W. J. Dut- 
hoit : military band pts. © Jan. 3, 
I!):::): E for. 28S22; Hawkes & son 
(London) ltd. 5958 

Message (A) of spring; by Mark 
Brewer; military band pts., with 
conductor. © Jan. 3, 1933: E for. 
28S23; Hawkes & son (London) ltd. 

5959 



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5983 



Methode (La) parfaite ; pour etudier, 
seul, tous systemes d'accordeon 
chromatique, Jones Freytet. © Dec. 
15, 1932; E for. 28862; Achille 
Jauniaux. 5960 

Mi gaucho ; tango, L. M. Ferrete, arr. 
Francis Salabert ; orch. ptes. et 
paroles. © Dec. 15, 1932; B for. 
28554; Editions Salabert. 5961 

Mia domino Chiquita ; song, lyric Phil 
Price ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 68366; Dino 
Alessi. 5962 

Mickey Mike, it's you I like ; w and m 
Mike Benton ; with ukulele arr. © 
1 c. Mar. 9, 1933; E unp. 68577; 
Mitchell Mclver Benton. 5963 

Midnight moon ; ballad, m Earl Ches- 
ter Daniels. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1933; 
E unp. 68824; Earl C. Daniels. 

5964 

Midnight symphony ; w Madeline Mul- 
vey, with melody. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 
1933; E unp. 69414; Stella Cullen 
Engle. 5965 

Milano ; w and m Arthur Le Clerq ; 
with ukulele arr. © Mar. 14, 1933 ; 
E for. 28771; Campbell, Connelly & 
co., ltd. 5966 

Milyon ; w and melody Frank Bing- 
ham Winegar. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68819 ; Ellen A. Curtis. 5967 

Miniatures in music ; by Cyrus M. Mc- 
Cormick; pf. bk. 3. © Feb. 23, 
1933; E pub. 35475; Cyrus H. Mc- 
Cormick. 5968 

Minnie Skavinsky Skavar ; w and m 
Frank Crumit. © Mar. 1, 1933; E 
pub. 35326; F. B. Haviland pub. co. 

5969. 

Minuet and Valse ; by Charles Wood- 
house ; violin ; pf . ace. © Feb. 14, 
1933; E for. 28817; Hawkes & son 
(London) ltd. 5970 

Mir fehlt ein freund wie du; tango, 
aus Der frauendiplomat, w Robert 
Gilbert u. Karl Bnill, m Hans May, 
arr. Mac Ayn ; orch. stimmen. © 
Feb. 24, 1932 ; E for. 29001 ; Edition 
Karl Bnill. 5971 

Mir ist heuf so nach liebe ; tango, text 
Fritz Rotter, m Ralph Erwin, 
spezial-arr. Fred Ralph; orch. stim- 
men. © May 4, 1932 ; E for. 28972 ; 
Edition Karl Bnill. 5972 

Mis perros ; zamba, letra y m Luis 
Rodolfo Chavez ; pf. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 



1933 ; E unp. 68343 ; Dionisio Acosta. 

5973 

Miss Depression ain't my gal no more ; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1933 ; 
E imp. 68269; Charles Alexander 
Devine. 5974 

Missa Regina angeloi um ; text liturgi- 
cal, m Sister M. Florentine ; sop. and 
alto ; organ ace. © Mar. 4, 1933 ; E 
pub. 35213 ; Poor handmaids of 
Jesus Christ. 5975 

Mr. Roosevelt; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Mar. 30, 1933; E unp. 69497; Percy 
Gillespie. 5976 

Mister Wu ; oper v. M. Karlev, nach 
dem drama v. Harry M. Vernon u. 
Harold Owen, m Eugen d'Albert, 
nach den vorhandenen skizzen vol- 
lendet, Leo Blech, klavierauszug mit 
text H. F. Redlich. © Sept. 7, 1932 ; 
D 28415 ; Edition Adler, G. m. b. H. 

5976* 

- Same. Partitur fur orch. © 

Sept. 7, 1932 ; D 28414 ; Edition Ad- 
ler, G. m. b. H. 5976** 

Modern method for the Spanish gui- 
tar; plectrum style, Arthur Black. 
© Mar. 3, 1933 ; E pub. 35281 ; Carl 
Fisiher, inc. 5977 

Moderner rhythmus ; jazz-klavier 
schiile, verfasst von Paul Schramm. 
© Mar. 8, 1933 ; E for. 28946 ; Schle- 
singer'sche buch & musikhandlung. 

5978 

Moi je joue au yoyo; one-step, paroles 
Jack Cazol, m A. Calabrese ; avec 
accord de l'ukulele. © Dec. 15, 
1932; E for. 28575; Editions Sala- 
bert. 5979 

Moment (The) I saw you; from film 
Soldiers of the king, w Clifford 
Grey, m Noel Gay ; with ukulele arr. 
© Mar. 10, 1933; E for. 28782; 
Lawrence Wright music co. 5980 

Monarch of the seas ; from He wanted 
adventure, w R. P. Weston and Bert 
Lee, m Jack Waller and Joseph 
Tunbridge. © Mar. 6, 1933; E for. 
28937; Chappell & co., ltd. 5981 

Money ; song, m James L. Brown ; 
with ukulele arr. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 
1933 ; E unp. 69297 ; Jose M. Albert- 
son. 5982 

Money talks ; fox-trot, w Norman Lee, 
m Idris Lewis ; orch. pts. © Feb. 
14, 1933; E for. 28820; Hawkes & 
son (London) ltd. 5983 



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pt. in, n. si, v. 28 



Montani (Pietro) Fantasia; pf. © 
Mar. 6, 1933 ; E for. 28885 ; G. Ricor- 
di & co. 5984 

Moods ; by Frederick Kell ; B flat 
clarinet solo, with pf. ace. ©' Mar. 
7, 1933; E for. 28880; Hawkes & 
son (London) ltd. 5985 

Moon beams are stealing the kisses 
that should belong to me; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1933; E 
unp. 68681; Madlyn Reynolds 
Skirm. 5986 

Moon (The) has the blues; song. © 
1 c. Mar. 6. 1933; E unp. 68368; 
Arminta Ruth Webber. 5987 

Moon-man (The) ; extravaganza, w 
and m, without overture. © 1 c. 
Feb. 20. 1933; E unp. 68198; Louise 
Bartlett. 5988 

Moon of the desert ; song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1933: E unp. 68383; Rilda 
Mae Schick and B. J. Winters. 

5989 

Moon shadows ; song, m Luther A. 
Clark. © Feb. 4, 1933; E pub. 
35100; Emma R. Fisher. 5990 

Moon (The), the stars and you; w 
and melody. © 1 e. Mar. 3. 1933 
E unp. 68358; Dale Newell Carty 

5991 

Moonbeams smile again ; song. © 1 
c. Mar. 8, 1933; E unp. 68565; 
George W. Hoover. 5992 

Moonlight brings memories of mother ; 
pf. with w. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; 
E unp. 69460 ; Juanita Baker. 5993 

Moonlight caught in your hair ; w and 
m Betty Bennett. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 
1933; E unp. 68832; Helen Mary 
Bennett. 5994 

Moonlight (A) dream; w Charles M. 
Huffman, m James L. Brown ; with 
ukulele air. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933; 
E unp. 68716; Charles Huffman. 

5995 

Moonlight memories ; song, melody 
James L. Brown. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1933; E unp. 68406; T. F. Moore. 

5996 

Moonlight millionaires ; w Billy Rose 
and Irving Knlial, m George W. 
Meyer; with ukulele arr. © Mar. 
29, 1933; E pub. 35570; Shapiro, 
Bernstein & co., inc. 5997 

Moonlight on the hills of old Ver- 
mont ; song, m James L. Brown ; 
with ukulele arr. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 



1933; E unp. 69315; Grace Corey 
Lasher. 



Moonlight serenade ; song, m Burrell 
Van Buren; pf. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1933; E unp. 68692; Albert Sugden. 

5999 

More than you know ; w William Rose 
and Edward Eliscu, modernized pf. 
arr. Vincent Youmans ; with ukulele 
arr. © Feb. 16, 1933 ; E pub. 35334 ; 
Miller music, inc. 6000 

Morning, noon, and night I dream of 
you ; w and melody Tom Cawley. 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1933 ; E unp. 68284 ; 
Michael T. Cawley. 6001 

Morning prayer ; Cesare Sodero ; flute, 
oboe, B flat clarinet, bassoon and 
horn in F, or B flat ten. saxophone. 
Sc. © Mar. 24, 1933 ; E pub. 35509 ; 
Associated music publishers, inc. 

6002 

Morris (R. O.) Suite; pf. sc. and 
violoncello pt. © Feb. 16, 1933; E. 
for. 28802; Oxford univ. press. 

6003 

Mother ; w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 
24, 1933 ; E unp. 69211 ; Wallace M. 
Cryor. 6004 

Mother and Erin; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
20, 1933; E unp. 68993; John C. 
Goenen. 6005 

Mother calls you; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
22, 1933; E unp. 69131; Nellie E. 
Rice and Florence A. Morrison. 

6006 

Mother dear; song, m James L. 
Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Mar. 27, 1933; E unp. 69305; Anna 
M. Krause. 6007 

w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 

1933; E unp. 69369; William Wil- 
ford. 6008 

Mother (The) I adore; song, m James 
L. Brown; with ukulele air. © 1 
c. Mar. 27. 1933; E unp. 69301; 
Hugh Muehlenbein. 6009 

Mother I love you ; song, m James L. 
Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Mar. 13, 1933; E unp. 68726; Mar- 
garet F. Thornbury. 6010 

Mother MacKaye ; w Ralph Leigh 
MacKaye, m Floyd Anton Schaab. 
© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 69242 ; 
Ralph Leigh MacKaye. 6011 

Mother mine ; song, musical arr. Al- 
bert Downing ; pf . © Jan. 10, 1933 ; 
E for. 29035; Bessie Mae Dick. 

6012 



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6039 



Mother o' mine; w Rudyard Kipling, 
m A. Walter Kramer, arr. Christo- 
pher O'Hare. 1. Mixed voices. — 2. 
Sop. 1, 2 and alto. ©' Mar. 15, 
1933 ; E pub. 35200', 35201 ; M. Wit- 
mark & sons. 6013, 6014 

Mother of mine ; song, m James L. 
Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Mar. 13, 1933; E unp. 68715; John 
Emerson Hoffman. 6015 

Mother song ; song, m Burrell Van 
Buren; pf. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1933; 
E unp. 68520; Julia Thiessen. 6016 

Mother's eyes; song, w Andreas Bard. 
© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933; E unp. 68739; 
Julius Osiier. 6017 

Mother's kiss ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Mar. 28, 1933 ; E unp. 69397 ; Nellie 
M. Young. 6018 

Mother's whisper ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Mar. 11, 1933; E unp. 68696; 
Hugh Evans Anglyn. 6019 

Mothersingers ; pf. treble. © 1 c. 
Mar. 16, 1983; E unp. 68886; Mar- 
garet Bronson. 6020 

Mourner's bench ; w Clement Wood, m 
Jacques Wolfe ; med. voice. © Mar. 
22, 1933 ; E pub. 35535 ; G. Schirmer, 
inc. 6021 

Moweaqua's 54 ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Mar. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 68341 ; Harold 
E. Constant. 6022 

Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus) Adagio; 
einleitung zur C moll fuge, gesetzt 
Ernst Lewieki ; 2 klaviere, 4 hande. 
© Jan. 2, 1933 ; E for. 28858 ; C. F. 
Peters. 6023 

Ave verum; English w and arr. 

of m Katherine K. Davis ; women's 
cho. ; organ, or pf. ace. © Mar. 8, 
1933 ; E pub. 35348 ; E. C. Schirmer 
music co. 6024 

Figaros hochzeit ; komische oper, 

dichtung Lorenzo Da Ponte, deut- 
sche iibersetzung der gesange u. rezi- 
tative in den vermassen des urtextes 
S. Anheisser. Klavierauszug. © 
Dec. 31, 1931 ; E for. 28928 ; Sieg- 
fried Anheisser. 6025 

Serenade ; from Don Giovanni, bi- 
ographical sketch, glossary, finger- 
ing, phrasing, etc., Maurice Aronson ; 
pf., 4 hands. © Feb. 6, 1933 ; E pub. 
35118 ; Art publication soc. 6026 

Sonata ; ubertragen Gaspar Cas- 

sado ; violoncello und pf . © Feb. 25, 
1933; E for. 28908; B. Schott's 
sohne. 6027 



Tanzbiichlein ; sammlung leichter 

tanze, bearb. u. hrsg. Willy Rehberg ; 
klavier. © Dec. 30, 1932; E for. 
28764; B. Schott's sohne. 6028 

Mtiller (Sigfrid Walther) Suite; by 
S. W. Mtiller; violins 1-3. © Dec. 
29, 1932; E for. 28762; Wilhelm 
Hansen. 6029 

Mumps; w F. B. Steiner, m Bertha 
Louise Tamblyn. © Feb. 28, 1933; 
E pub. 35105: Florence B. Steiner 
and Bertha Tamblyn. 6030 

Music-lover's (The) ear tests and book 
of themes ; by E. Markham Lee. 
pt. 1. ©lc, Mar. 6, 1933 ; A acl int. 
17620; pubd. Feb. 25, 1933; Banks 
& son. 6030* 

Music (The) of the spheres; w anon., 
m Ralph L. Baldwin ; men's voices. 
© Mar. 6, 1933; E pub. 35079; M. 
Witmark & sons. 6031 

Music (The) of the waves; w Harold 
Boulton, m Norman O'Neill ; mixed 
choir. © Mar. 15, 1933; E for. 
29027 ; Joseph Williams, ltd. 6032 

Musical (The) Salvationist; songs, 
compiled F. G. Hawkes. v. 47, pt. 3, 
Mar. 1933. With suppl. © Feb. 23, 
1933; E for. 28674; Salvationist pub. 
& supplies, ltd. 6033 

Musik muss sein . . . ; marsch-fox, aus 
Der frauendiplomat, w Robert Gil- 
bert u. Karl Brull, m Hans May, 
arr. Mac Ayn ; orch. stimmen. © 
Feb. 24, 1932 ; E for. 29003 ; Edition 
Karl Briill. 6034 

Musique (La) decoupee ; methode nou- 
velle permettant d'apprendre sans 
effort la musique, Moro Zurfluh ; pf. 
© Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 28639; Au- 
guste Zurfluh. 6035 

Musme ; fantasia oriental, letra Jose 
Diaz Bo'io. m Emilio de Nicolas. © 
Mar. 13, 1933 ; E for. 29005 ; South- 
ern music pub. co., inc. 6036 

Must we part; w Irvin Pollack; pf. 
treble. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 
69026 ; Fred Samuel Strieker. 6037 

Must you go home right away sweet- 
heart ; w and melody F. C. Bern- 
hardt and Dorothy Bates. © 1 c. 
Mar. 24, 1933; E unp. 69209; Fred 
C. Bernhardt. 6038 

My baby's got individuality; song, m 
James L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 69314 ; 
Dennis A. Carlile. 6039 



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6040 



pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



My basket ball hero ; song, melody 
Billy Blake. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1933; 
E unp. 69122; George Marshall. 

6040 

My bathing beauty ; fox-trot song, in 
Burrell Van Buren. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 
1933 ; E unp. 68236 ; Ruth L. Poling. 

6041 

My beautiful ; w and melody Kae Rus- 
sell. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1933; E unp. 
68537 ; Katharine A. Russell. 6042 

My beautiful garden of dreams ; waltz 
song. © 1 c. Mar. 29. 1933 ; E unp. 
69446; Nola Kidwell. 6043 

My beautiful lady ; fox trot, w and m 
Lew Kolar. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933 : 
E unp. 68214 ; Lewis E. Kolar. 6044 

My Bonnie Lu ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Mar. 22, 1933 ; E unp. 69177 ; Nettie 
Frankforter. 6045 

My boy; w and melody Gene Gordon. 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; E unp. 68300; 
Eugene B. Bass. 6046 

My cabin in the cotton ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 68932 ; 
John Brett. 6047 

My California ; w George H. Richard- 
son, m V. Williams. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1933; E unp. 69005; Vera Williams 
and G. H. Richardson. 6048 

My cosmetological girl ; w and m Wal- 
ter L. Rosemont and H. L. Frank- 
lin ; with ukulele arr. © Feb. 6, 
1933; E pub. 35001: Beauty trades 
bureau, inc. 6049 

My dark angel ; w B. Ellison, melody 
H. Brooks. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1933 ; E 
unp. 68579; Ben Ellison and Harvey 
Brooks. 6050 

My dear little boy in overalls blue ; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1933; 
E unp. 68868; Clara Louise Lari- 
more. 6051 

My dearest, dearest ; w and melody 
Helen P. Mariland. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 
1933; E unp. 68927; Helen P. Her- 
zog. 6052 

My diary ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68293; William Michael. 

6053 
My dream rose; song, melody Gene 
Panzone. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1933; E 
unp. 69135; Fred E. Sundquist. 

6054 

My dream waltz; valse song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 1, 1933 ; E unp. 68618 ; Charlie 
Hendrickx. 6055 



My evening star ; w and m Alec Les- 
ter ; with ukulele arr. Alvin D. 
Keech. © Mar. 14, 1933; E for. 
28785 ; B. Feldman & co. 6056 

My first love to last ; w George Marion, 
jr., m Richard A. Whiting; © 1 c. 
Mar. 8, 1933: E unp. 68550; Movie- 
tone music corp. 6057 

My gentle old mother; w and m Otto 
L. Bohanan. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933 ; 
E unp. 69277 ; Florence D. Bohanan. 

6058 

Mv girl; song. © Feb. 28, 1933; E 
pub. 35231; Michael Oles. 6059 

arr. Harry L. Alf ord. © 1 c. 

Mar. 1, 1933; E unp. 68248; John 
Herbert Hultman. 6060 

My girl's sweeter than a Georgia 
peach ; fox trot song. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1933 ; E unp. 68637 ; E. Wilson Strat- 
ton. 6061 

My great desire ; w and m Harry von 
Tilzer. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1933; E 
unp. 68258 ; Movietone music corp. 

6062 

My Gypsy melody ; w R. Prosser, mel- 
ody E. Jelesnik and Larry Holt. © 
1 c. Mar. 25, 1933; E unp. 69269; 
Ruth Prosser and Eugene Jelesnik. 

6063 

My heart is a haven; w Josef Wash- 
ington Hall, m Irving A. Steinel; 
in F. © Mar. 21, 1933; E pub. 
35444; Theodore Presser co. 6064 

My heart leaps up ; song, w William 
Wordsworth. © Feb. 22, 1933; E 
pub. 35223; Joseph Seamon Cotter. 

6065 

My heart released a thousand strings ; 
w and melody Bert Emil. © 1 c. 
Mar. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 68316 ; Bertha 
Emilie Seippel. 6066 

My heart's to let ; from He wanted 
adventure, w Clifford Grey, R. P. 
Weston and Bert Lee, m Jack Wall- 
er and Joseph Tunbridge ; with uku- 
lele arr. © Mar. 6, 1933: E for. 
28935: Chappell & co., ltd. 6067 

My heart won't believe a thing I say; 
song. © 1 c. Jan. 23. 1933 ; E unp. 
68292 ; 'William Michael. 6068 

My heart's desire; w Geo. Marion, jr., 
m Richard A. Whiting. © 1 c. Mar. 
11, 1933; E unp. 68759; Movietone 
music corp. 6069 

My heaven of love; by Edwin Franko 
Goldman, arr. Walter Paul; cornet 



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no. 3, 1933 



6102 



solo with pf. ace. © Feb. 28, 1933 ; 
E pub. 35047 ; Atlas music corp. 

6070 

My honey Lou; song. © Mar. 20, 
1933; E pub. 35366; Gayle Strohm 
McKnight. 6071 

My inspiration; w and melody. © 
1 c. Mar. 17, 1933; E unp. 68936; 
Elba Da vies. 6072 

My kidnapped love ; fox trot, w G. 
Cooper, m W. Kranz. © 1 c. Mar. 
15, 1933 ; E unp. 68820 ; Guy Cooper 
and Walter Kranz. 6073 

My last tango ; Russian w and m Os- 
kar Strock, English, Marjorie Har- 
per, m arr. J. Rosamond Johnson. 
© Mar. 20, 1933; E pub. 35312; 
Edward B. Marks music corp. 6074 

My little frisking lamb ; song. © 1 c. 
Jan. 27, 1933; E unp. 69329; Ger- 
trude W. Hoffman. 6075 

My little Indian summer queen ; song, 
m Luther A. Clark. © 1 c. Mar. 
30, 1933 ; E unp. 69488 ; Mary Fair- 
fax Blackley. 6076 

My little love nest ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
7, 1933; E unp. 68464; Daniel Kus- 
ter. 6077 

My little mountain rose; w and mel- 
ody Robert Graham. © 1 c. Mar. 
9, 1933; E unp, 68567; Robertson 
Otto Geiersbach. 6078 

My love can never forget ; song. © 
Feb. 15, 1933; E pub. 35119; Mary 
Charlotte Williams. 6079 

My love for you ; valse song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 1, 1933; E unp. 68601; Eileen 
Vaughn. 6080 

w and m F. C. Bernhardt and 

Dorothy Bates. © 1 c. * Mar. 24, 
1933 ; E unp. 69210 ; Fred C. Bern- 
hardt. 6081 

w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 

1933; E unp, 68543; Pleas L, John- 
son. 6082 

My love's a butterfly; w Kathlyn 
Rhodes, m Wilfrid Sanderson. © 
Mar. 7, 1933; E for. 28871; Boosey 
& co., ltd. 6083 

My love song; w Sonny Miller, m 
John Burnaby ; with ukulele arr. 
© Mar. 7, 1933 ; E for. 29012 ; Peter 
Maurice music co., ltd. 6084 

My mother's garden ; song, w Alice E. 
Allen. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933; E 
unp. 69420; Alice J. Condon. 6085 



My mother's lullaby song; song. © 
1 c. Mar. 13, 1933; E unp. 68748; 
Gordon William Jensen. 6086 

My mother's smile ; song, m James L. 
Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Mar. 13, 1933; E unp. 68719; Josie 
McCormack. 6087 

My one love; song, m James L. 
Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Mar. 27, 1933; E unp. 69310; John 
F. Clarke. 6088 

My out of town girl; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; E unp. 68327; 
Thomas W. Whitney. 6089 

My own Ohio home; fox trot song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 68215 ; 
Lillian Stiles Webster. 6090 

My picture puzzle of you ; w and m 
Allie Wrubel and Ned Washington; 
with ukulele arr. © Mar. 18, 1933 ; 
E pub. 35307; Harms, inc. 6091 

My prayer ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68350 ; John Dale. 6092 

song. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933; E 

unp, 69323; Edgar Lundberg. 6093 

My pretty maid; 4-pt. song, w tradi- 
tional, m Eric H. Thiman ; mixed 
voices. © Feb. 28, 1933; E for. 
28620; Novello & co., ltd. 6094 

My rainbow ; song, melody James L. 
Brown. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933; 
E unp. 68729; T. C. Buxton. 6095 

My real live baby doll; w Herbert J. 
Hause, melody Luther A. Clark. 
© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1933 ; E unp. 69438 ; 
Herbert Hause. 6096 

My son; song, m Luther A. Clark. 
© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1933 ; E unp. 69521 ; 
T. C. Buxton. 6097 

My southern queen ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 68917 ; 
Bessie Waller. 6098 

My Spanish dream ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
7, 1933 ; E unp. 68482 ; Dale Fulton. 

6099 

My sweet ; w Jack Lyon, m Harold 
Lyon and Warren Chiles. © 1 c. 
Mar. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 68991 ; Harold 
Lyon. 6100 

My sweetheart of long ago; song, m 
C. Koepman and Lotta G. Swinbank. 
Rev. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933; E unp. 
69292; Chalmers Koepman. 6101 

My Tane ; song. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933 ; 
E unp. 69174; August Goupil and 
Richard Gump. 6102 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



My tears ; song, in Daniel Chiarella ; 
1st saxophone, E flat alto. © 1 c. 
Mar. 23, 1933 ; E unp. 69168 ; Martin 
Piazzola. 6103 

My valley of dreams ; waltz song, m 
Len Fleming. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68226 ; Carrie Lee Wykoff. 

6104 

My vision sweetheart; song, m James 
L. Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Mar. 27, 1933; E unp. 69306; Jess 
Rogers. 6105 

My woman's gone away ; from Take it 
or leave it, w and melody Parke 
Grindel. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933; E 
unp. 69105 ; Thomas Linwood Grin- 
dell. 6106 

My world of dreams; waltz, w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933; E 
unp. 68734; Norman Macer. 6107 

Myra ; w and m Walter and Duff. © 
1 c. Mar. 13, 1933; E unp. 69461; 
Walter B. Bell. 6108 

Mysterious (The) Mister Zilch; w 
Mitchell Parish, m Frank Perkins ; 
with ukulele arr. © Mar. 6, 1933; 
E pub. 35555 ; Mills music, inc. 6109 

Mystic ode; w Arkwright Lundy, m 
Cyril Scott; male cho., or mixed 
cho. ad lib. © Mar. 3, 1933 ; E for. 
28920; Elkin & co., ltd. 6110 

Na brzyzku dunajca ; originalne piesni 
goralskie, zebral i napisal K. Stoch, 
na chor czteroglosowy opracowal S. 
Koscielniak. © Mar. 14, 1933; E 
pub. 35204; Karol Stoch. 6111 

Naie (Di) voch ; w and m Samuel 
Gozinsky. © Mar. 10, 1933 ; E pub. 
35318; Henry Lefkowitch. 6112 

Naier (Der) style; song, m Moses 
Gildin. © Dec. 15, 1932; E pub. 
35170; Israel Masion. 6113 

Napule ; fantasia, Vincenzo Tomma- 
sini ; orch. Partitura. <r) Oct. 19, 
1931; E fov. 28625; Edition Adler, 
G. m. b. H. 6114 

Natale; versi e m Eldo di Lazzaro. 
© Dec. 1, 1932 ; E for. 28844 ; S. a. 
Melodi. 6115 

National (The) protest; w W. Min- 
thorn, m Harry Jay. © Mar. 15, 
1933; E pub. 35186; Wallace Min- 
thorn and Arthur W. Lensgraf. 

6116 

Ne cueillez pas les fleurs ; paroles Lu- 
cien Boyer, in H. Ackermans; avec 
accord de l'ukulele. © Dec. 15, 



1932; E for. 28566; Editions Sala- 
bert. 6117 

Ne parlez pas; melodie, paroles Pierre 
Bayle, m A. Calabrese; avec accord 
de l'ukulele. © Dec. 15, 1932; E 
for. 28576; Editions Salabert. 6118 

Ne parlez plus d'amour ; valse, paroles 
Lucien Boyer, m Octave Cremieux et 
Learsi. © Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 
28604; Editions Salabert. 6119 

Ne sois pas jalouse ; valse, du film, pa- 
roles Rene Pujol, m Oberfeld ; avec 
accord de l'ukulele. © Dec. 15, 
1932; E for. 28578; Editions Sala- 
bert. 6120 

'Neath the moon ; w George Clare, 
melody Jack Greenman. © 1 c. 
Mar. 29, 1933; E unp. 69431; Jacob 
J. Greenman. 6121 

Neglecting me; w and melody Saul 
Tepper, George Beck and Jack Cow- 
an. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1933; E unp. 
69202; Leo. Feist, inc. 6122 

Neue (Die) Deutschland-hymne ; w 
Lotte Rose, m Hugo Leonard. © 
Mar. 1, 1933 ; E for. 28887 ; Helvetia- 
verlag. 6123 

New (A) day ; song, adapted from The 
national exchange club march. © 
1 c. Mar. 18, 1933; E unp. 68973; 
Fred Wicke. 6124 

New (The) deal; march; pf. © 1 c. 
Mar. 31, 1933; E unp. 69523; 
Goldie Marie Hobson. 6125 

New hiding place ; w anon., m Otto L. 
Bohanan. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933; 
E unp. 69278 ; Florence D. Bohanan. 

6126 

New songs from old ; coll. harmonized 
and arr. Maurice F. Carr and Frank 
Woost; in unison and pts. © Feb. 
27, 1933; E pub. 34998; Paul A. 
Schmitt music co. 6127 

New (The) time doesn't help love at 
all, lovers still wait for nightfall; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 
1933 ; E unp. 69346 ; Jack Kaplan. 

6128 

Night after night; pf. with w. © 1 c. 
Mar. 22, 1933; E unp. 69129; John 
Huffington. 6129 

Night (The) bird's call; song, m Bur- 
rell Van Buren ; with ukulele arr. 
© Aug. 10, 1932; E pub. 35451; 
Emma Treloar. 6130 

Night blooming rose; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 69023 ; 
George Warren Purdy. 6131 



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6159 



Night (A) in June, a Wabash moon; 
song", m James L. Brown ; with uku- 
lele arr. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933 ; E imp. 
68397; Russell Coker. 6132 

Night in Spain ; by Rudolf Friml ; pf. 
© Feb, 27, 1933; E pub. 35069; G. 
Sehirmer, inc. 6133 

Night of romance ; w Harold Skeath 
and Irene Rodgers, m Irene Rod- 
gers; med. voice. © Oct. 14, 1932; 
E pub. 35017 ; Select music co. 

6134 

Night-piece; w Joseph Campbell, m 
Reginald C. Robbins ; bass or bar. 
© Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 28668 ; Edi- 
tions Maurice Senart. 6135 

Night time was love time ; w and m 
Billy Wallace, Con Conrad and 
Jimmy Campbell. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1933 ; E unp. 69034 ; Campbell, Con- 
nelly, inc. 6136 

Night (The) wind; w Eugene Field, m 
Roland Farley; 4-pt. men's cho. ©■ 
Mar. 22, 1933; E pub. 35524; G. 
Sehirmer, inc. 6137 

Night winds ; pf . treble with w. © 1 c. 
Mar 6, 1933; E unp. 68429; Basil 
M. Ziegler. 6138 

Nightful (A) of delightful you; w 
Charle3 and Harry Tobias, m Jcseph 
Meyer ; with ukulele arr. Haia 
Kaa. © Mar. 15, 1933; E pub. 
35332; Keit-Engel, inc. 6139 

Nightingale (The) ; operetta, bk. Fred- 
erick H. Martens, m Rob Roy Peery. 
Voc. sc. and dialogue. © Feb. 24, 
1933; D 28406; Oliver Ditson co., 
inc. 6139* 

Night's lullabye ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
18, 1933; E unp. 69010; Norbert 
Patrick Scott. 6140 

No hables; tango, paroles argentines 
Juan A. Caruso, m Luis Teisseire ; 
pf., avec accord de l'ukulele et vio- 
lon. © Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 28557 ; 
Editions Salabert. 6141 

No matter what you say, no matter 
what you do, I love you; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933; E 
unp. 68496; Ralph Romano, Robert 
White and Josephine Aloi. 6142 

No more blues ; fox-trot, w and m 
Paul Denniker. © Mar. 13, 1933; 
E pub. 35143 ; Joe Davis, inc. 6143 

No more, no less; w Charles Newman, 
m Isham Jones ; with ukulele arr. 

Haia Kaa. © Mar. 20, 1933; E pub. 
35544 ; Isham Jones, inc. 6144 



No one; fox trot song. © 1 c. Mar. 
1, 1933; E unp. 68603; Lorena Gil- 
bert Webb. 6145 

No one knows how much we love each 
other ; song, w Al Ryan. © 1 c. 
Mar. 17, 1933; E unp. 68948; Edwin 
C. Kimmel. 6146 

No one to sympathize with me ; pf. 
with w. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1933; E 
unp. 68903 ; Roy W. Swan son. 6147 

No wonder I'm blue ; fox-trot, w Fred- 
erick J. Russell, and melody. © 1 
c. Mar. 23. 1933; E unp. 69169; 
Francis Raymond Dailey. 6148 

Nobody wants me for their wife; 
song, m James L. Brown ; with uku- 
lele arr. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1933; E 
unp. 68727; Pearl C. Urschalitz. 

6149 

Nocturne in E flat ; op. 5, no. 2 ; pf . 
© 1 c. Mar. 14, 1933 ; E unp. 69192 ; 
Carl R, Robinson. 6150 

Nomads ; song, w K. Cinquemani. © 
1 c. Mar. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 68702 ; Ed- 
na W. Murtagh. 6151 

Non fuggir senorita ; tango canzone, 
m Piero Pavesio ; orch. parti. © 
Oct. 1, 1932; E for. 28833; E. M. 
Chiappo. 6152 

Norwood ; hymn tune, w Geo. Mathe- 
son. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 
68563; Douglas Fletcher. 6153 

Not so hard Sam ; by Ralph Rainger, 
arr. Ken Howell ; [pf. conductor] 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933; E unp. 68254; 
Famous music corp. 6154 

Nothing can compare with you ; w 
Arthur Corso, and melody. © 1 c. 
Mar. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 68353 ; Michael 
George Fochi. 6155 

Notte a Siviglia ; impressione sin- 
fonica, da Conchita, Riccardo Zan- 
donai; orch. e voce di ten. Parti- 
tura. © Feb. 24, 1933; E for. 
29013; G. Ricordi & co. 6156 

Nouvelle g rte . methode de corner a 
pistons; cours complet, J. Forestier, 
revue et augmentee E. Guilbaut. 
© Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 28644; E. 
Gaudet. 6157 

Now I'm in love ; song, m Burrell 
Van Buren; pf. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 
1933; E unp. 69167; Andrew E. 
Toce. 6158 

Now that Roosevelt's in ; song. © 1 
c. Mar. 22, 1933; E unp. 69143; 
Mary Alice Mullin. 6159 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Now that the clay is ending; w 
Charles Williams, with melody. © 
1 c. Mar. 27, 1933; E unp. 69327; 
Reuben Hill. 6160 

Now the waves are dying; w K. R., 
English, Alfred J. Swan, m S. Rach- 
maninoff, op. 15, no. 4 ; sop. and 
alto. © Mar. 10, 1933; E pub. 
35159; Galaxy music corp. 6161 

Now we ought to combine ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1933; E unp. 
68540; John J. Schneider. 6162 

Now we part; song, m James L. 
Brown ; with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Mar. 13, 1933; E unp. 68714; Rich- 
ard M. Hirota. 6163 

Now while I'm alone with you ; waltz 
song. © Mar. % 1933; E pub. 
35233 ; Ernest W. Nagely. 6164 

Nubes grises ; song, w Antonia R. 
Matos. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 
68523; Elena Zeno Matos. 6165 

Nuku, nuku ; Finnish lullaby. © 1 c. 
Mar. 20, 1933; E unp. 69022; John 
Wilbert Nelson. 6166 

Nunca te creas ; letra y m Ernesto 
Ramirez Valdes ; pf. © 1 c. Mar. 
3, 1933; E unp. 68345; Dionisio 
Acosta. 6167 

Nursery (La) ; par D.-E. Inghel- 
brecht; pf. 4 e recueil. 19. La bonne 
aventure. [5 others]. — 5 e recueil. 
13. Bonjour ma tante. [5 others]. 
© Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 28641, 
28642 ; Societe d'editions des com- 
positeurs associes. 6168, 6169 

Nursery songs ; pf. with w. © 1 c. 
Mar. 15, 1933 ; E unp. 68816 ; Ida C. 
Knapp. 6170 

Nuvole d'amore ; valzer, dalla rivista 
Danubiana, versi Luciano Ramo, m 
Giovanni D'Anzi. © Dec. 1, 1932; 
E for. 28846; S.a. Melodi. 6171 

Nymph's (The) song; w Michael 
Drayton, m Edgar L. Bainton ; sop. 
1, 2. © Mar. 15, 1933; E for. 29028; 
Joseph Williams, ltd. 6172 

O Annabella ; walzer, w Hans Hannes, 
m Rudolf Nelson, arr. Billy Golwyn ; 
orcli. stimmen. © Feb. 20, 1933; 
E for. 28697 ; Musikverlag City. 

6173 

O beautiful month of May ; with bio- 
graphical sketch, fingering, phras- 
ing, pedaling,, etc., Rudolph Ganz; 
pf. © Mar. 1, 1933; E pub. 35034; 
Art publication soc. 6174 



O give thanks unto the Lord ; anthem,, 
w from Psalms, m Edward Shippen 
Barnes ; mixed voices ; organ acc 
© Mar. 3, 1933 ; E pub. 35267 ; Carl 
Fischer, inc. 6175 

O glorious Eastern morn ; hymn, m 
Geo. C. Stebbins. © Mar. 20, 1933 ; 
E pub. 35304; Clarence W. Smith. 

6176 

O Jesu sweet; w Valentin Thilo, tr„ 

E. H. G., m anon., harmonization Jo- 
hann Sebastian Bach r arr. E. Har- 
old Geer ; women's voices. © Feb. 
7, 1933 ; E pub. 35272 ; Carl Fischer, 
inc. 6177 

O little star in the sky ; Swedish folk- 
tune, m arr. with w tr. and adapted 
from Swedish, Katherine K. Davis ; 
sop. 1, 2 and alto. © Mar. 8, 1933 ; 
E pub. 35347 ; E. C. Schirmer music 
co. 6178 

O Lord, support us ; motet for Lent, 
16th century w, m Alfred White- 
head ; 5 mixed voices. © Mar. 3-, 
1933; E pub. 35261; Carl Fischer, 
inc. 6179 

O lovely things are these; w Mar- 
jorie Feltham, m Hubert Brown; 
in B flat. © Mar. 3, 1933; E for. 
28925; Elkin & co., ltd. 6180 

O merciful God ; motet for Lent, text 
of 16th century origin, m Alfred 
Whitehead ; mixed voices. © Mar. 
3, 1933 ; E pub. 35259 ; Carl Fischer, 
inc. 6181 

O perfect and eternal One; w Minnjr 
M. H. Ayers, m Mortimer Browning ; 
in G. © Mar. 9, 1933; E pub. 
35157 ; Boosey & co., ltd. 6182 

O sacred head, now wounded; w Ber- 
nard of Clairvaux, tr. J. W. Alex- 
ander after Paul Gerhardt ; sop, solo, 
or unison and duet or 2-pt. choir. 
© Feb. 4, 1933 : E pub. 35006 ; Geo. 

F. Rosche. 6183 

O Saviour of the world ; anthem, John 
Goss, arr. Joseph S. Daltry ; 4-pt. 
male cho. © Mar. 3, 1933; E pub. 
35264; Carl Fischer, inc. 6184 

O Selemis ; melody Tetos Demetriades. 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 68762 ; 

Southern music pub. co., inc. 

6185 
O sole mio ; Italian song, solo or duet, 

E. Di Capua, arr. Albert Adam; pf. 

ace. 1. Hawaiian steel guit. — 2. 

Spanish guit. © Mar. 21, 1933; 

E pub. 35387, 35400; Century music 

pub. co. 6186,6187 



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no. 3. 1933 



0215 



Odette, I love you ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
31, 1933 ; E imp. 69506 ; John Joseph 
Long. 6188 

Oh ! baby what are you waiting for ; 
song, w Max C. Freedman. © 1 c. 
Mar. 11, 1933; E unp. 68687; Jack 
Kopf. 6189 

Oh dear; w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 
29, 1933; E unp. 69449; Marvin R. 
J. Spearstone. 6190 

Oh ! Lorelei ; m Burrell Van Buren ; 
pf. with w. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1933; 
E unp. 68909 ; Frank A. Hempler. 

6191 

Oh mother dear ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Mar. 28, 1933; E unp. 69392; 
Frank P. Marus. 6192 

Oh, my word; w H. M. Burnaby, m 
James M. Gallatly. © Mar. 10, 
1933; E for. 28873; Boosey & co., 
ltd. 6193 

Oh ! oh ; pf. with w. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 
1933; E unp. 69427; Edwin R. 
Knobel. 6194 

Oh silent valley; song. © 1 c. Feb. 
13, 1933; E unp. 68975; Anna 
Meakin. 6195 



Oh 



sing sweet violin ; instrumental. 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933 ; E unp. 68426 ; 



Bela Loblov. 



6196 






Oh ! that ! midnight moon ; song. © 
1 c. Mar. 16, 1933; E unp. 68881; 
Lee M. Simons. 6197 

Oh those kisses ; song, melody Starret 
system club. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1933; 
E unp. 68883 ; Lily Mae Garithers. 

6198 

Oh ! What a fool she made out of me ; 
waltz, w and m Jack Corrigan, arr. 
C. Garcia Gonzalez. © 1 c. Mar. 
13, 1933 ; E unp. 68736 ; Joseph Har- 
old Hoerntlein. 6199 

Oh, wouldn't it be lovely ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 
68869; Clara Louise Larimore. 

6200 

Oh you, you beautiful thing; w and 
melody Walter Hirsch, Buddy Fields 
and Gerald Marks. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 
1933; E unp. 68332; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc. 6201 

Okay pal ; fox-trot, w Sidney Holden, 
m Jack Rich and Al Vann, arr. J. 
Rosamond Johnson. © Mar. 28. 
1933; E pub. 35505; Edward B. 
Marks music corp. 6202 



01' Man River; w Oscar Hammerstein 
2d, m Jerome Kern, arr. William 
Stickles ; male cho. © Mar. 15, 
1933 ; E pub. 35202 ; T. B. Harms co. 

6203 

Old dreamy waltz; w and melody. © 
1 c. Feb. 1, 1933; E unn. 68228; 
William Rusk Smith. 6204 

Old folks at home; by Stephen C. 
Foster, arr. Alexander Koshetz ; 5 
mixed voices. © Mar. 13, 1933 ; 
E pub. 35161 ; M. Witmark & sons. 

6205 

Old friends, old wines, old love songs ; 
w Paul Francis Webster and Al 
Sherman, m John Jacob Loeb. © 
Mar. 15, 1933; E pub. 35330; Keit- 
Engel, inc. 6206 

Old Man Depression ; song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 10, 1933 ; E unp. 68676 ; Nellie 
E. Rice. 6207 

Old Man Depression get out a our 
door; fox trot song. © 1 c. Feb. 

' 20, 1933; E unp. 68216; Bessie J. 
Crowley. 6208 

Old Man Depression, he's done brought 
me down, off of my high horse; w 
and m Haylan Hardy. © Mar. 8, 
1933 ; E pub. 35103 ; Hard times mu- 
sic pub. co. 6209 

Old Man Harlem; w and m Rudy 
Vallee and Hoagy Carmichael; with 
ukulele arr. © Mar. 6, 1933 ; E pub. 
35206 ; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

6210 

Old (The) Man Moon is telling you; 
song, m Sylvester Long Cross. © 
1 c. Mar. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 68478 ; 
Clair Marvel. 6211 

Old (An) old man with an old old pipe 
and an old old lady beside him; w 
Mack Gordon, melody Harry Revel. 
© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933 ; E unp. 69412 ; 
De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, inc. 

6212 

Old (The), old story; waltz song. © 
1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; E unp. 68351; 
John Dale. 6213 

Old old story ; fox-trot, Illuminato 
Culotta ; orch. parti. © Mar. 6, 
1933 ; E for. 28883 ; G. Ricordi & co. 

6214 

Old (The) porch swing; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933 ; E unp. 69393 ; 
Ruth Newman. 6215 

Old (The) refrain; Viennese melody, 
w Alice Mattulath, m Fritz Kreisler, 
arr. G. Ackley Brower ; 3-pt. men's 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Old (The) refrain— Continued. 

cho. © Feb. 25, 1933; E pub. 
35244; Carl Fischer, inc. 6216 

Old Rose of Wiltberger street : pf. 
with w. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1933 ; E imp. 
68527 : Deitrich W. Berger. 6217 

Old (The) spinning wheel: w and m 
Billy Hill; with ukulele arr. © 
Mar. 22, 1933; E pub. 35497; Sha- 
piro, Bernstein & co., inc. 6218 

Old (The) story; song, w from Phila- 
delphia American. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 
1933 ; E unp. 69421 ; Alice J. Condon. 

6219 

Old (An) Volga lullaby; waltz, w 
Peter Merrick, m Carl Riess ; with 
ukulele arr. © Mar. 10, 1933; E 
for. 28947; Sylvester music co., ltd. 

6220 

Ole Mandy Preshun ; w and m Hudson 
Banks. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1933; E 
unp. 68825; William K. Anderson. 

6221 

Ole sheep done know de road ; w anon., 
m Otto L. Bohanan. © 1 c. Mar. 
25. 1933 ; E unp. 69279 ; Florence D. 
Bohanan. 6222 

Oily (Die) hat 3 nette kavaliere ; 
vortrags u. tanz schlager, w Willi 
Webels, m Paul Preil, op. 364, arr. 
Georg Jederskowski ; orch. stimmen. 
© July 30, 1932; E for. 28731; 
Willi Webels, theater u. musikver- 
lag. 6223 

Om dagen vid mitt arbete ; svensk 
folkevise, bearb. Herman Sandby ; 
strygeorkester. Partitur. •© Dec. 
10. 1932; E for. 28905; Skandinavisk 
og Borups niusikforlag aktieselskab. 

6224 

On a bright moon-lit night in Georgie ; 
w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68319 ; Elsie N. Suit. 6225 

On a sunny Sunday morning ; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933 : E unp. 
68314; Joseph B. Schnaeker. 6226 

On an island with you ; w and m Fred 
C. Bernhardt and Dorothy Bates. © 
1 c. Mar. 11, 1933; E unp. 68685; 
Fred Charles Bernhardt. (.227 

On Galway green : arr. from old Irish 
air: pf. © Feb. 21. 1933; E pub. 
35169; Charles Repper. 6228 

On great lone hills; chorale, w Amy 
Sherman Bridgman, m from Fin- 
landia, Jean Sibelius, arr. H. Alex- 



ander Matthews ; men's voices. © 
Feb. 1, 1933; E pub. 35039; Oliver 
Ditson co., inc. 6229 

On the banks of the dear old Sheyenne 
river ; song, m Burrell Van Buren. 
© Aug. 29, 1932 ; E pub. 35129 ; Han- 
nah Perhus. 6230 

On the lark ; fox-trot, comp. and arr. 
William Spielter ; pf.-conductor. © 
1 c. Mar. 8, 1933; E unp. 68551; 
Movietone music corp. 6231 

On the shores of sweet romance ; w 
and m Al. Piantadosi, Arthur Tracy 
and Jack Glogau ; with ukulele arr. 
© Feb. 10, 1933; E pub. 35338; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 6232 

On the stream of a dream ; song. © 
1 c. Mar. 22, 1933; E unp. 69184; 
Lillian Poole Palmason. 6233 

On Wall street ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 10,. 
1933; E unp. 68663; Rose Blumen- 
thal. 6234 

Once again ; w Eugene West, m Vin- 
cent Sorey. © Mar. 4, 1933 ; E pub. 
35180; De Sylva, Brown & Hender- 
son, inc. 6235. 

One heavenly night ; w and melody.. 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1933 ; E unp. 68279 ; 
Alfred Rieboldt. 6236 

One more waltz with you ; w and mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933; E unp. 
69268 ; Jack May. 6237 

O'Neill (Norman) Three pianoforte 
duets. © Jan. 19, 1933; E for. 
28798; Oxford university press. 

6238 

Only a child; song. © 1 c. Mar. 20,. 
1933 ; E unp. 69U13 ; Melvin Richard- 
son. 6230 

Onlv (The) friend; waltz; melody 
with pf . ace. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1933 ; 
E unp. 69197 ; P. Spicacci. 6240 

Only red roses ; song, arr. Kathryn 
Daniel. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933 ; E unp. 
68489; Madge Tuttle Kessler. 6241 

Only (The) thing that lasts forever is 
love, you will always be my sweet- 
heart; w and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 
7, 1933 ; E imp. 6S462 ; Fred Shorey 
Campbell. 6242 

Only tonight, let me forget ; w and 
melody B. C. Christensen, pf. har- 
mony F. B. Muratta. © 1 c. Mar. 
22, 1933; E unp. 69114; Bertha 
Caton Christensen and Flora Belle 
Muratta. 6243 



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no. 3. 1933 



G274 



Onward ! our America ; sons. © Mar. 
3, 1933; E pub. 35025; George War- 
ren Fichthorn. • 6244 

Optimist (The) ; fox trot song. © 
Jan. 3, 1933; E pub. 35096; John 
Lucian Jordan. 6245 

Optimists' (The) creed; pf. with w. 
© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1933; E unp. 69179; 
Lillian Poole Palmason. 6246 

Oracion campera ; zamba, letra y m 
Luis Rodolfo Chavez; pf. © 1 c. 
Mar. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 68344 ; Dionisio 
Acosta. 6247 

Orchid (An) to you; w Mack Gordon, 
melody Harry Revel. © 1 c. Mar. 
15, 1933; E unp. 68842; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc. 6248 

Oriental oddity ; by James Houston 
Spencer, op. 9, no. 3; pf. © Mar. 
31, 1933; E pub. 35550' ; Shattinger 
piano & music co. 6249 

Oriental sweetheart ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933 ; E unp. 69326 ; 
Alphonsus Thomas Duke. 6250 

Other (The) wee lass; song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 24, 1933 ; E unp. 69220 ; Maude 
Bruce Stewart. 6251 

Our Babe Ruth ; song. © Feb. 9, 
1933; E pub. 35175; Julia A. Plun- 
kett. 6252 

Our Father in the heavens ; anthem, w 
J. Leask, m Edward C. Bairstow ; 
mixed voices. © Jan. 26, 1933; E 
for. 28790; Oxford univ. press. 

6253 

Our last waltz together ; m Sylvester 
Long Cross ; pf. with w. © 1 c. 
Mar. 15, 1933; E unp. 68857; Hazel 
Kay. 6254 

Our little brown cottage at the end of 
the street ; song, m Ishmel Hen- 
drick. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 
68962 ; Millie Stoltz Sutton. 6255 

Our new President ; fox trot song. © 
1 c. Mar. 29, 1933; E unp. 69428; 
Claude August Benjamin. 6256 

Our own land ; song, w Bernard Ter- 
rance McGlone. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1933 ; E unp. 68735 ; Richard Arthur 
Woods. 6257 

Our own Uncle Sam ; song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 17, 1933; E unp. 68949; Mel- 
ville Grems. 6258 

Our waltz ; pf. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1933 ; 
E unp, 69139; Harker F. Thomas. 

6259 



song, w Pauline Giusto. © Feb. 

24, 1933; E pub. 35546; Jack An- 
thony Giusto. 6260 

Out of a blue sky ; w and m William 
Kernell; in D. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1933; E unp. 68761; Movietone 
music corp. 6261 

Out of the Orient crystal skies ; motet, 
Christmas anthem, w and m anon., 
transcribed from MSS., Peter War- 
lock, ed. W. Gillies Whittaker, alter- 
native w to final line, A. G. Latham ; 
5 mixed voices, © Nov. 10, 1932; 
E for. 28689; Oxford univ. press. 

6262 

Over the radio dear ; fox-trot song. 
© 1 c. Mar. 14, 1933 ; E unp. 68956 ; 
Frances Elston. 6263 

Pal of my heart ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Mar. 17, 1933; E unp. 68928; 
Frank Ferment. 6264 

Pal (A) to you; fox trot song. © 1 c. 
Feb. 20, 1933 ; E unp, 68217 ; Lyman 
Vye. 6265 

Paloma (La) ; by Yradier, arr. Crosby 
Mollenhauer ; 2 violins and pf . © 
Mar. 6, 1933 ; E pub. 35097 ; Hamil- 
ton S. Gordon, inc. 6266 

— — English, Glenn Visscher, m Sebas- 
tian Yradier. © Mar. 24, 1933; E 
pub. 35462; Belwin, inc. 6267 

Spanish serenade, solo or duet, 

C. Yradier. 1. Ten. banjo, with pf. 
ace, arr. Albert Adam. — 2. Pf . ac- 
cordion, with pf. ace. ad. lib., arr. G. 
Calvini. © Mar. 21, 1933; E pub 
35393, 35397 ; Century music pub. co. 
6268, 6269 

Palomita (La) ; letra y melodia P. 
Flores. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1933; E 
unp, 69237 ; Southern music pub. co., 
inc. 6270 

Pals ; song, melody Pauline Story. © 
1 c. Mar. 16, 1933; E unp. 68873; 
Anna Ownby. 6271 

Panama moon ; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Mar. 3, 1933; E unp. 68320; Abby 
M. Sutphin. 6272 

Pan-Americana ; tango, w and m N. L. 
Balos. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1933 ; E unp. 
68230; Nicholas Balos. 6273 

Pancake (The) album; ten easy 
pieces, arr. and ed. James Brown ; 
string orch. and pf. no. 18. © Feb. 
28. 1933; E for. 28924; Stainer & 
Bell, ltd. 6274 



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6275 



pt. hi, n. s., v. 28 



Panoramic rhythms; 8 characteristic 
songs, op. 4. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933; 
E unp. 68427; Eduardo Maseres. 

6275 

Papa's gotta mama ; by Arthur Lange ; 
pf.-conductor. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1933; 
E unp. 68552 ; Movietone music corp. 

6276 

Parade of the grasshoppers; by Wal- 
lace A. Johnson; pf. © Feb. 28, 
1933 ; E pub. 35048 ; Theodore Pres- 
ser co. 6277 

Paradise and you ; song. © 1 c. Jan. 
27, 1933; E unp. 69330; Gertrude 
W. Hoffman. 6278 

Parisian porters ; by Ralph Rainger ; 
pf. Rev. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933; 
E unp. 68255; Famous music corp. 

6279 

Park (Kenneth) Scherzo; violoncello 
and pf. © Mar. 3, 1933; E for. 
28953; Alfred Lengnick & co., ltd. 

6280 

Parking in the park; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1933 ; E unp. 68250 ; 
Sylvia Katz. 6281 

Parnassiad (The) ; w Tannahill, m G. 
Ballantyne, op. 44 ; mixed voices. © 
Mar. 23, 1933; E for. 29058; Banks 
& son. 6282 

Parson she said the word ; fox trot 
song. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 
68631 ; Ethel Bernice Dibble. 6283 

Passing the night away ; w and mel- 
ody John Jacob Loeb. © 1 c. Mar. 
14, 1933; E unp. 68788; Leo. Feist, 
inc. 6284 

Passion flower; w and m Jimmy Ken- 
nedy and Walter Dobson ; with 
ukulele arr. Alvin D. Keech. © 
Mar. 14, 1933 ; E for. 28786 ; B. Feld- 
man & co. 6285 

Pastoral (A) reverie; by Harry Far- 
jeon, op. 72, no. 2 ; 2 pfs. © Mar. 
21, 1933; E for. 29009; W. Paxton 
& co., ltd. 6286 

Patti (Santo) album; 10 solos and 
duets; pf. accordion. © Feb. 1, 
1933; E pub. 35297; Carl Fischer. 
inc. 6287 

Pay to the order of you, all of my 
love on demand ; song, m Roland C. 
Irving and B. B. Insell. with reci- 
tation. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933 ; E unp. j 
69362; Ben Bernard Insell. 6288 I 



Peace with Roosevelt; pf. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6. 1933; E unp. 68450; Ethel 
L. Mahoney. 6289 

'Peal that Volstead; song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 20, 1933; E unp. 69012; Clyde 
Mills. 6290 

Pedron (Carlo) Cento nuovi bassi 
senza numeri ; compilati per l'esame 
di compimento del corso di cultura 
musicale generale; armonia. © 
Mar. 20, 1933; E for. 28942; G. Ri- 
cordi & co. 6291 

Pennsylvania blues ; w and melody N. 
Keener and Vic Navarrett. © 1 c. 
Feb. 20, 1933; E unp. 68554; N. 
Keener. 6292 

Pennsylvania hills ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
28, 1933; E unp. 69406; Anthony 
Richard Caputo. 6293 

Perkin (Helen) Four preludes; pf. 
© Mar. 17, 1933; E for. 29052; 
Schott & co., ltd. 6294 

Perlas (Las) de tu boca ; letra y 
melodia E. Grenet. © 1 c. Mar. 
24, 1933; E unp. 69236; Southern 
music pub. co., inc.. New York. 6295 

Perseverance; pf. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1933; E unp. 68449; Ethel L. Ma- 
honey. 6296 

Persian march ; by Rudolf Friml, arr. 
Joseph Majer ; orch. pts. © Feb. 
27, 1933; E pub. 35065; G. Schir- 
mer, inc. 6297 

Perzechella ; tratta dal soggetto La 
storia di Sandrino e Perzechella, 
versi e melodia. © Feb. 4, 1933; 
E pub. 35099 ; Clemente Giglio. 6298 

Petrograd; fox-trot, w and melody 
Doc Penkson. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1933 ; 
E unp. 69450; Joseph S. Penksa. 

6299 

Phantom; sinfonischer foxtrot, arr. 
komponisten Carl Robrecht ; salon- 
orch. u. jazz-erganzungsstimmen. 
© Feb. 10, 1933; E for. 28525; 
Heinrichshofen's verlag. 6300 

Pianista virtuoso ; en 60 ejercicios. C. 
L. Hanon, ed. rev., provista de de- 
deos v aumentada Martin Frey. 
© Dec. 9, 1932 ; E for. 28696 ; Anton 
J. Benjamin, a.g. 6301 

Piece de concert ; de Jacques de la 
Presle ; violoncelle et pf . © Dec. 
15, 1932; E for. 28661; Editions 
Maurice Senart. 6302 



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C332 



Pieces liturgiques ; de Alexandre 
Mottu ; orgue. 3 e livre. © Dec. 15, 
1932; E for. 28659; Editions Mau- 
rice Senart. 6303 

Pioneer melodies; selection, compiled 
and arr. George F. Briegel ; full 
band pts. © Mar. 14, 1933 ; E pub. 
35178; George F. Briegel, inc. 6304 

Pit-a-pat (The) man; w and melody. 
© Feb. 14, 1933; E pub. 35224; 
Joseph Seamon Cotter. 6305 

Pizzicato gavotte ; by Neva Garner 

Greenwood ; violin ; pf. ace. © Mar. 

21, 1933; E pub. 35484; H. T. Fitz- 

Simons co. 6306 

Play an old-time waltz ; song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 22, 1933 ; E unp. 69189 ; Lillian 
Poole Palmason. 6307 

Play fiddle play ; Viennese waltz, Eng- 
lish, Jack Lawrence, French, Alfred 
Deval, m Emery Deutsch and Ar- 
thur Altaian ; with ukulele arr. © 
Mar. 23, 1933 ; E pub. 35428 ; Edward 
B. Marks music corp. 6308 

Play quick piano accordion method ; 
12 basses, F. A. Tedeseo. © Mar. 
21, 1933 ; A A 117466 ; Nicomede mu- 
sic co. 6309 

Play your fiddles ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; E unp. 68318; 
Jeannette Raymond Strauser. 6310 

Playing; song, melody Pauline Story. 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1933 ; E unp. 68367 ; 
Eva Mayr. 6311 

Plaza artillery march ; pf. © 1 c. 
Mar. 23, 1933; E unp. 69171; Pas- 
quale Forte. 6312 

Pleading ; song, m Eddie Swanson and 
Carl Griggs. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1933; 
E unp. 69476; Noah Ellis Smith. 

6313 

Pleasant Hill bus tragedy ; w Inez 
Hickman, melody Charley Marshall. 
© 1 c. Mar. 17, 1933 ; E unp. 68940 ; 
Elmer Edgar Clark. 6314 

Please answer me, dear; w and mel- 
ody Kit Silver. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68538 ; Katharine A. Russell. 

6315 

Please forgive and forget ; pf. with w. 
© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1933 ; E unp, 68844 ; 
Delpha Dodd. 6316 

Please send him back to me; waltz, w 
and melody, m arr. John W. Lewis. 
© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1933; E unp. 68530; 
Flora Allen. 6317 



Po wayfarin' stranger ; w anon., m 
Otto L. Bohanan. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1933; E unp. 69280; Florence D. 
Bohanan. 6318 

Podes volver ; tango, letra Arturo J. 
Rodriguez, m Juan Embriacco. © 
Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 28559 ; Editions 
Salabert. 6319 

Poema (Un) ; tango, F. de Caro, arr. 
Francis Salabert ; orch. ptes. © 
Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 28555 ; Editions 
Salabert. 6320 

Poeme; von Frederic d'Erlanger, arr. 
L. Artok ; salon-orch.-stimmen. © 
Feb. 25, 1933; E for. 28909; Schott 
& co., ltd. 6321 

Poeme heroique; pour violon et orch., 
Joseph Jongen, op. 62 ; violon, avec 
reduction au pf. © Dec. 26, 1932; 
E for. 28617 ; Schott freres. 6322 

Poker '49; w Danford Barney, m 
Ewald Haun. © Feb. 24, 1933; E 
for. 29019; G. Ricordi & co. 6323 

Polynesian ceremonial.; inch Polyne- 
sian dance rythm [sic], H. W. 
Friedhofer. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1933; 
E unp. 69233 ; Movietone music 
corp. 6324 

Pomp and chivalry; grand proces- 
sional march, Charles J. Roberts ; 
band pts., with conductor. © Jan. 
16, 1933 ; E pub. 35250 ; Carl Fischer, 
inc. 6325 

orch. pts. © Feb. 16, 

1933; E pub. 352S6; Carl Fischer, 
inc. 6326 

Pompeiian college blues ; song, m Jack 
Mahoney. © Feb. 14, 1933 ; E pnb. 
35174; Elvira Sledd. 6327 

Poor (The) peddler's prayer; song, 
arr. Clarke Tate. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 
1933; E unp. 68360; Jesse Ezekiel 
Swayzee. 6328 

Poot (Marcel) Sonate; pf. © Oct. 5, 
1932; E for. 28626; Editions Max 
Eschig. 6329 

Popeye and Wimpy; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1933 ; E unp, 69357 ; 
Ralph O. Wilson and Albert E. 
Knoll. 6330 

Port of dreams ; by B. Neff and Lewis 
Kinsley ; melody with pf. ace. © 1 c. 
Mar. 10, 1933 ; E unp. 68662 ; Belford 
Neff. 6331 

Pose for me beautiful Gypsy; w and 
melody. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1933; E 
unp. 68837; Israel S. Cravis. 6332 



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6333 



pt. in, n. s., v. 28 



Poulenc (Francis) Valse; extraite de 
Album des six, F. Poulenc. Parti- 
tion d'orch. © Jan. 30. 1933 ; E for. 
28623 ; Editions Max Eschig. 6333 

Pourquoi ; fox-trot de Bariole, paroles 
Charles Trenet. m Jane Bos ; avec 
accord de l'ukulele. © Dec. 15, 1932 ; 
E for. 28569; Editions Salabert. 

6334 

Praise to all ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 
1933 ; E unp. 69489 ; Robert Edward 
Heltzinger. 6335 

Praise ye the Lord ; w from Psalm 147, 
m Ros Vors ; mixed voices. © Mar. 
20, 1933; E pub. 35487; Concordia 
pub. bouse. 6336 

Praktiscbe formenlebre der klaviermu- 
sik ; lied, menuett, scherzo, rondo u. 
sonatenform, nachahmung, kanon u. 
fuge an analysierten beispielen dar- 
gestellt u. mit besonderer bertick- 
sichtigung des unterrichts an musik- 
schulen, an hoheren schulen u. fur 
den privatunterricht, hrsg. Richard 
Noatzsch. 3. veranderte u. ver- 
mehrte auflage. © Dec. 28, 1932 ; E 
for. 28859 ; C. F. Peters. _6337 

Prayer (A) for courage; song, w 
Grace Noll dwell. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 
1933 ; E unp. 68568 ; Louise Daggett 
Fischer. 6338 

Prelude-arioso-fughette ; pf. © Dec. 
10, 1932; E for. 28761; Arthur 
Honegger. 6339 

Prelude in E major; by Alexander 
Scriabin, op. 11, no. 9, transcribed 
Ernest Brennecke : organ. © Mar. 
16, 1933 ; E pub. 35343 ; G. Schirmer. 
inc. 6340 

Preludio ad una conimedia ; twelfth 
night, W. Shakespeare, per Renato 
Parodi ; orch. Partition de poche. 
© Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 2S645 ; Edi- 
tions Maurice Senart. 6341 

Fremier album Salabert ; 10 morceaux 
de genre, melodies et romances cele- 
bres et modernes, pour saxophone 
alto mi bemol. compilation Francis 
Salabert. © Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 
28612; Editions Salabert. 6342 

Premiere (Die) ; lustspiel, mit gesiinge. 
© 1 c. text Feb. 27, 1933, m Mar. 10; 
D 28408 ; Leo Geiger. 6342* 

Preparing the way ; hymn. © 1 c. 
Mar. 13, 1933; E unp. 68752; Alex- 
ander S. Baker. 6343 

President Roosevelt march ; by L. E. 
De Francesco; band pts. © Mar. 



13. 1933; E pub. 35127; Sam Fox 
pub. co. 6344 

President Roosevelt march and chorus ; 
pf. with w. © Mar. 8, 1933 ; E pub. 
35226; Theo. A. Metz. 6345 

Presidents on parade ; w and m Stella 
Unger and Fred Fisher ; with uku- 
lele arr. © Feb. 15, 1933; E pub. 
35007; Famous music corp. 6346 

Pretending: fox-trot song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 68628; Grace 
H. Upham. 6347 

Pretty Rose ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 
1933 ; E unp. 68249 ; Abraham Bedel- 
sky. 6348 

Prinzessin fur eine nacht ; operette, 
Karl Thiemann u. Hans Pflanzer, 
gesangstexte H. Pflanzer, m Victor 
Corzilius, instr. u. klavierarr. Kurt 
Lubbe. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1933 ; E unp. 
69342; Edition Neruda. 6349 

Promenade ; de Ma femme homme 
d'affaires, Selney — Salabert; pf. © 
Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 28610; Editions 
Salabert. 6350 

Prosperity; w and melody. © 1 c. 
Mar. 28, 1933; E unp. 69394; 
Eugene N. Brudie. 6351 

Prosperity come back to your throne ; 
w and m Nancy Moon ; with ukulele 
arr. © Mar. 1. 1933 ; E pub. 35038 ; 
Nannette L. Mooney. 6352 

Prosperity is coming; w and melodv. 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; E unp. 68307; 
Karl D. Heinz. 6353 

Prosperity march : w and melody. © 
1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; E unp. 68768; 
Dominick Carl Gerardo. 6354 

Prosperity's a' comin' : w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; E unp. 68308; 
Jessie H. Hicks. 6355 

Prosperity swing ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
31, 1933: E unp. 69499: Walter 
Faust, jr. 6356 

Prosperity's corner; w and theme 
Jerry Gilbert, m Eva Peale. © 1 c. 
Mar. 20. 1933; E imp. 69175; George 
Philip Lilly. 6357 

Prosperity's light: song, m James L. 
Brown : with ukulele arr. © 1 c. 
Mar. 27. 1933; E unp. 69313; Oma 
Ponder. 6358 

Province (La) : paroles Lucien Boyer, 
m Valsien et Learsi; avec accord 
de l'ukulele. © Dec. 15, 1932; E 
for. 28605 ; Editions Salabert. 6359 



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0386 



Psoras ke doulo ; nielody Tetos Deme- 
triades. © 1 c . Feb. 7, 1933 ; E unp. 
68763 ; Southern music pub. CO.; inc. 

6360 1 

Puzzles ; song ; pf. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 
1933; E unp. 68275; Gary Fuss and 
Lefty Stautz. 6361 

Qu' on est Men en chemise ; one-step, 
dans Le true du bresilien. paroles 
Pierre Bayle, m Mireille, arr. Fran- 
cis Salabert ; orch. ptes. © Dec. 15, 
1932; E for. 28548; Editions Sala- 
bert. 6362 

Quaint (The) little house; w Eliza- 
beth Cooper, m HOnna Hogstrom. 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1933; E unp. 68295; 
Hanna M. Hagstrom. 6363 

Quand l'amour prend ; valse boston, 
de Toine, paroles E. Recogno, m 
Mimi Recagno ; avec ■ accord de 
l'ukulele. © Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 
28582; Editions Salabert. 



Quand youyou yoyotte ; paroles G. 
Millandy, m Maud Lelih ; avec ac- 
cord de l'ukulele. © Dec. 15, 1932 ; 
E for. 28599; Editions Salabert. 

6365 

Quahdo due cuori nell' amor ; valzer, 
dal film II dono del mattino, versi 
Michele Galdieri, m Umberto Man- 
cini ; orch. parti. © Nov. 15, 1932 ; 
E for. 28834; Caesar film. 6366 

Quatuor; par Fausto Magnani ; 2 v>o- 
lons, alto et violoncelle. © Dec. 15, 
1932; E for. 28654; Editions 
Maurice Senart. 6367 

Queen o' mine ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 
1933; E unp. 68480; Alfred E. Wil- 
liams. 6368 

R.O.T.C. (The) march; band pts. © 
Mar. 20, 1933 ; E pub. 35447 ; Frank 
Frank. 6369 

Radio city march ; w and melody. © 
1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; E unp. 68364; 
Frank W. Grant. 6370 

Rags, bottles and bones ; w Stanley 
Holloway and Harry S. Pepper, m 
H. S. Pepper ; with ukulele arr. © 
Mar. 14, 1933; E for. 28948; Dix, 
ltd. 6371 

Ragtime Annie; melody J. W. Boone. 
© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1933; E unp. 69098; 
Southern music pub. co., inc. 6372 

Rainbow (A) for you; pf. with w. 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933 ; E unp. 68356 ; 
Gudrun Benedickte Norman. 6373 



Raindrops; song, in James L. Brown ; 
with ukulele air. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 
1933; E unp. 69309; Sarah Height 
Sampson. U374 

Rally for the Master ; hymn. © Feb. 
4, 1933; E pub. 35140; Egil Steen. 

6875 

Raphael (Giinter) Drei geistliche 
gesange ; op. 31, w Walther von der 
Vogelweide. u.a. ; klavier- o. orgel- 
begl. © Dec. 16, 1932; E for. 
28961 ; Breitkopf & Hartel. 6376 

Rapsodia ; di Virgilio Mortari ; orch. 
Miniatura partitura. © Mar. 20, 
1933; E for. 28940; G. Ricordi & 
co. 6377 

Rayon (Un) d'soleil et l'on oublie 
tout ; one-step, dans Cocktail Figaro, 
paroles Max Eddy et Max Blot, m 
Maurice Yvain; avec accord de 
l'ukulele. © Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 
28592; Editions Salabert. 6378 

Reason (The) why; hymn. © Mar. 
18/1933; E pub. 35323; Grant Col- 
fax Tullar. 6379 

Recitativ und arie ; verse Regina 
Ullmann, m Gerhart v. Westerman, 
op. 12. Klavierauszug. © Nov. 23, 
1932; E for. 28868; Edition Adler, 
G.m.b.H. 6380 

Recuerdo ; par Federico Longas ; pf . 
© Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 28653 ; Edi- 
tions Maurice Senart. 6381 

Reflections in the water; w Paul 

Francis Webster, melody John 

Jacob Loeb, © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1933; 

E unp. 69204 ; Leo. Feist, inc. 6382 

Refrain (Un) d'amour ; melodie, dans 
Cocktail Figaro, paroles Max Eddy 
et Max-Blot, m Maurice Yvain ; avec 
accord de l'ukulele. © Dec. 15, 
1932; E for. 28593; Editions Sala- 
bert. 6383 

Rejoice in the Lord alway ; anthem, 
w from Philippians 4, m Henry Pur- 
cell, arr. Arthur H. Egerton ; 
women's voices, with alto solo, or 
semi-cho. ; organ ace. © Feb. 7, 
1933; E pub. 35270; Carl Fischer, 
inc. 6384 

Remembering you ; fox trot song, pf. 
arr. Dorothy Wilson. © 1 c. Mar. 
10, 1933; E unp. 68641; Jean Kins. 

6385 

Remembrance; serenade, Edward G. 
Simon ; violin and pf. © Mar. 11, 
1933; E pub. 35294; Carl Fischer, 
inc. 6386 



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pt. in, n. s. f v. 28 



Remembrance ; w Robert W. Rivers, m 
Reginald C. Robbins ; bass or bar. 
© Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 28667 ; Edi- 
tions Maurice Senart. 6387 

Reno blues; fox-trot song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 1, 1933; E unp. 68619; Twyla 
Lake. 6388 

Repeal your prohibition ; song, w 
George N. Lucas. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1933; E unp. 68659; Joseph H. 
Mosser. 6389 

Response ; hymn, m H. D. Loes. © 
Mar. 19, 1933 ; E pub. 35356 ; Harry 
Dixon Loes. 6390 

Rest your head upon my shoulder; 
song, w Robert Leslie. © 1 c. Mar. 
14, 1933; E unp. 68758; Kenneth 
Leslie. 6391 

Restless ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1933 ; 
E unp. 69410; Irene Brouillette. 

6392 

Reverie ; by Stephanie D'Oreste ; vio- 
lin and pf . © Mar. 17, 1933 ; E pub. 
35238 ; Boleslaw Jozef Zalewski. 

6393 

Rhapsody ; w and m Frederick Stan- 
ley Smith ; 4-pt. men's cho. © Mar. 
22, 1933; E pub. 35528; G. Schir- 
mer, inc. 6394 

Rheinberger (Josef) Sonata; no. 5, 
op. Ill, ed. Harvey Grace; organ; 
in F sharp. © Jan. 31, 1933 ; E for. 
28769; Novello & co., ltd. 6395 

Rhythm ev'rywhere ; w Hughie Prince, 
melody Frank Weldon. © 1 c. Feb. 
11, 1933; E unp. 68764; Southern 
music pub. co., inc. 6396 

Rhythm of love; w Jack Joyce, mel- 
ody J. Joyce and Charles Seddon. 
© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 69252 ; 
John E. Joyce, jr. 6397 

Ride on King Emanuel ; w anon., m 
Otto L. Bohanan. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 
•1933; E unp. 69281; Florence D. 
Bohanan. 6398 

Riding with the moon; fox trot song. 
© 1 c. Fob. 25, 1933; E unp. 68592; 
Chris Hansen. 6399 

Rien dans le coeur ; one-step, de Toine, 
paroles E. Recagno, m Mimi Recag- 
no; avec accord de l'ukulele. © 
Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 28583; Edi- 
tions Salabert. 6400 

Rimembranze ; intermezzo, Giulio de 
Micheli, op. 119; pf.-direzione. © 
Dec. 15. 1932; E for. 28835; C. Bel- 
tramo. 6401 



Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wings; 
4-pt. cho., w R. Seagrave, m Charles 
Huerter; mixed voices, organ ace. 
ad lib. © Feb. 27, 1933; E pub. 
35060; G. Schirmer, inc. 6402 

Rizos de oro ; letra y melodia Pedro 
Flores. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1933; E 
unp. 69238 ; Southern music pub. co., 
inc. 6403 

Roadways ; w John Masefield, m Don- 
old Edeson. © Jan. 14. 1933 ; E for. 
28903 ; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., inc. 
with John G. Murdoch & co., ltd. 

6404 

Roaming around ; fox trot song. © 
1 c. Mar. 14, 1933; E unp. 68958; 
Frank T. Brooky. 6405 

Roaming to romance; song. © 1 c. 
Mar. 22, 1933 ; E unp. 69144 ; Joseph 
Horwath. 6406 

Robert und Bertram ; posse mit gesang 
u. tanz nach Gustav Raeder in text- 
licher neufassung, Giinther Bibo u. 
Alfred Braun, m Karl Buchholz u. 
Herbert Bergmann. Grosser kla- 
vierauszug mit gesang. © Jan. 15, 
1933; E for. 28990; Crescendo the- 
aterverlag, G.m.b.H. 6407 

Robin Hood ; w Hettie M. Hawkins, m 
John E. "West; sop. or 1st ten., 
mezzo-sop., 2nd ten. or bar., and 
bass. © Mar. 10, 1933; E for. 
28703; Novello & co., ltd. 6408 

Rochelle; waltz; 1st alto saxophone. 
© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 68690 ; 
Paul Charles Klose. 6409 

Roesgen-Champion (Marguerite) Pas- 
torale; hautbois, pf. et violoncelle. 
© Dec. 15, 1932 ; E for. 28651 ; Edi- 
tions Maurice Senart. 6410 

Roll on, my blues ; song ; with ukulele 
arr. © Mar. 14, 1933 ; E pub. 35192 ; 
Edward Askins. 6411 

Rollicking road ; w Elizabeth Watson ; 
male voices. © Dec. 26, 1932; E 
pub. 35177 ; Carrie Bullard Lewis. 

6412 

Romance in G minor ; by W. E. Smith ; 
violin and pf. © Mar. 15, 1933; E 
for. 29032; Joseph Williams, ltd. 

6413 

Romanesca (La) : de Joseph Strimer ; 
pf. ou harpe. © Jan. 2, 1933 ; E for. 
28634 ; Alphonse Leduc et cie. 6414 

Romantic; from State fair, w Val 
Burton and Will Jason; m Louis De 
Francesco; with ukulele arr. © 



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6446 



Mar. 2, 1933; E pub. 35046; Movie- 
tone music corp. 6415 

Romanze ; von Paul Kriiger ; violine 
u. orgel. © Feb. 8, 1933; E for. 
29008; Steingraber-verlag. 6416 

Ronda egiziana ; intermezzo, Vincenzo 
Billi; piccola orch. parti. © Mar. 

20, 1933; E for. 28941; G. Ricordi 
& co. 6417 

Roosevelt (The) grand march; arr. 
Kathryn Daniel ; pf. © 1 c. Mar. 
6, 1933 ; E unp, 68490 ; Madge Tuttle 
Kessler. 6418 

Roosevelt is on the job ; w and m 
Jack T. Nelson. © Mar. 10, 1933; 
E pub. 35145 ; Leo Feist, inc. 6419 

Roosevelt is President, you know ; 
song, m Cecil Nellis. © Feb. 13, 
1933 ; E pub. 35121 ; Howard Nellis. 

6420 

Roosevelt march song; w and m 
George B. L. Braun. © Feb. 25, 
1933 ; E pub. 35075 ; Concord music 
pub. co., ltd. 6421 

Roosevelt we're for you; w W. W. 
Roth, m P. C. Brake. © 1 c. Mar. 
28, 1933; E unp. 69426; Wm. W. 
Roth and Paul C. Brake. 6422 

Roosevelt's triumph ; march ; violin 1. 
© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1933 ; E unp. 69291 ; 
Lucian Cavadias. 6423 

Rosalind, my Rosalind; fox trot song. 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 68218 ; 
Melville Grems. 6424 

song. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1933; E 

unp. 68806; Melville Grems. 6425 

Rose Marie; waltz; pf. © 1 c. Mar. 

21, 1933 ; E unp. 69053 ; Dean Scott 
Wattawa. 6426 

Rose of friendship; song, m Rose 
Alice Wills. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68664; Cora Heether. 6427 

Rose of my heart ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
14, 1933; E unp. 68793; James R. 
Gardner. 6428 

Rough neck blues ; w and melody Lee 
Allen. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1933 ; E unp. 
69077 ; Southern music pub. co., inc. 

6429 

Rudolf walse [sic] ; pf. treble. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1933; E unp. 68564; Bela 
Loblov. 6430 

Ruego ; letra Gaspar Betancourt, m 
Ignacio Villa. © Feb. 24, 1933; E 
for. 28917 ; Southern music pub. co., 
inc. 6431 



Rumanisch ; nach originalen volksmel- 
odien, Jo Kniimann ; orch. stimmen. 
© Jan. 1, 1933; E for. 28735; Ries 
& Erler, G.m.b.H. 6432 

Run of the news ; mood 1, of Tabloid, 
Ferde Grofe. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1933; 
E unp. 69014 ; Robbins music corp. 

6433 

Runnin' ragged ; by Joe Venuti, arr. 
Leonid Leonardi ; violin with pf . ace. 
© Mar. 14, 1933 ; E pub. 35191 ; Rob- 
bins music corp. 6434 

Rustic dance ; by Charles Woodhouse ; 
violin; pf. ace. © Feb. 14, 1933; 
E for. 28818; Hawkes & son (Lon- 
don) ltd. 6435 

Ruthanian national anthem ; by Wil- 
liam Kernell ; pf . conductor. © 1 c. 
Mar. 11, 1933 ; E unp. 68760 ; Movie- 
tone music corp. 6436 

Rythym [sic! of the night; pf. © 1 
c. Mar. 16, 1933 ; E unp. 68887 ; Jack 
Berkowitz. 6437 

S. O. S. ; paroles Lucien Boyer, m H. 
Ackermans. © Dec. 15, 1932; E 
for. 28563; Editions Salabert. 6438 

Sachem (The) of Tammany Hall; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1933 ; 
E unp. 68678; Pleas L. Johnson. 

6439 

Sacred (The) hour; w and m Albert 
W. Ketelbey ; pf . or organ ace. ; 
with mixed cho. ad lib ; in A. © 
Mar. 13, 1933; E for. 29025; Bos- 
worth & co., ltd. 6440 

Sad; song. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1933; E 
unp. 69056; Charlotte Hubbard. 

6441 

Sad and alone tonight ; w and melody. 
© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1933 ; E unp. 68606 ; 
Anna M. Knupp. 6442 

Sad and forlorn ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 
31 r 1933; E unp. 60524; Emily At- 
will Conklin. 6443 

Sailor's (A) luck; w Ryan, m Val 
Burton and Will Jason ; pf. © 1 c. 
Mar. 30, 1933 ; E unp. 69477 ; Movie- 
tone music corp. 6444 

Saint-Saens (Charles Camille) The 
swan ; solo or duet. 1. Ten. banjo, 
with pf. ace, arr. Albert Adam. — 
2. Pf. accordion, with pf. ace. ad 
lib., arr. G. Calvini. © Mar. 21, 
1933 ; E pub. 35390', 35396 ; Century 
music pub. co. 6445, 6446 

Sais-tu ; tango, de Bariole r paroles 
Charles Trenet, m Jane Bos; avec 



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Sais-tu — Continued. 

accord de l'ukulele. © Dec. 15, 
1932; E for. 28570; Editions Sala- 
bert. 6447 

Salut d'amour ; solo or duet, Edward 
Elgar, op. 12. 1. Ten. banjo, with 
pt. ace, arr. Albert Adam. — 2. Pf. 
accordion, with pf. ace. ad lib., arr. 
G. Calvini. © Mar. 21, 1933 ; E pub. 
35389, 35394; Century music pub. 
co. 6448, 6449 

Salvation (The) army brass band 
journal ; compiled F. G. Hawkes ; 
full sc. and pts. Ordinary ser., nos. 
1057-1060, March 1933. © Mar. 11, 
1933; E for. 29024; Salvationist 
pub. & supplies, ltd. 6450 

Salve, Regina ; motet, w liturgical, m 
Nicola A. Montani, op. 33; 3-pt. cho. 
of equal voices ; organ ace. © Mar. 
10, 1933; E pub. 35211; J. Fischer 
& bro. 6451 

San Diego ; song. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 
1933; E unp. 68961; Edward Ross 
Burt. 6452 

San Quentin Olympics ; march, op. 3, 
The rising sun ; condensed band sc. 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1933 ; E unp. 68984 ; 
Allan Charles Herbert. 6453 

Santa poesia ; preludio dell' atto 3 
dell' opera, Domenico Cortopassi ; 
pf. direzione. © Dec. 15, 1932; E 
for 28828 ; C. Beltramo. 6454 

Saturday night; fox-trot, comp. and 
arr. William Spielter ; pf. -conductor. 
© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1933; E unp. 68553; 
Movietone music corp. 6455 

Say it while we're dancing ; w Don 
Travaline ; pf. treble. © 1 c. Mar. 
17, 1933 ; E unp. 68943 ; Anne Mallo. 

6456 

Say that you love me, sweetheart ; w 
and melody. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933 ; E 
unp. 68301 ; Jules Casalbore. 6457 

Schenk mir deine liebe ; foxtrot, aus 
100 meter gliick, w Marcel lus Sehif- 
fer, Geza Herczeg u. Robert Klein, 
m Mischa Spoliansky, erleichtertes 
klavier-arr. Hans Schneider. © 
Dec. 22, 1932; E for. 28748; Ludwig 
Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky). 

6458 

Schiavo (Lo) ; symphonic poem, mel- 
ody. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1933; E unp. 
68359; Joseph Gigante. s 6459 

Schon ist so ein ringelspiel ; foxtrot, 
w Peter Herz, m Hermann Leopoldi, 
klav. arr. Hans Schneider. © Dec. 



25, 1932; E for. 28746; Ludwig 
Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky). 

6460 

Schubert (Franz Peter) Chant des 
esprits au-dessus des eaux ; op. 167, 
poeme Goethe r version franchise 
Jean Chantavoine 1. 3 mes et 4 mes 
basses.— 2. l res et 2 mes basses.— 3. 

gmes et 4 mes t £ nors ._4 # ^s et gme. 

tenors. © Dec. 15, 1932; E for. 
2S627-28630; Heugel. 6461-6464 

Hark ! hark ! the lark ; by Schu- 
bert-Liszt ; arr. for 2 pfs. © Feb. 
16, 1933 ; E for. 28532 ; Elsie LTorne. 

6465 

Silver and gold ; unison, w Al- 
bert G. Latham, m ed. W. Gillies 
Whittaker. © Feb. 2, 1933 ; E for. 
28787; Oxford univ. press. 6466 

Schul-tanz-buch ; bunte tanze, fur die 
mittelstufe bis oberstufe einschlies- 
slich jugendgruppen hrsg. Anna 
Helms u. Julius Blasche, bearb. 
Hermann Erdlen ; klavier u. 2 
giegen bezw. flote. bd. 10. © June 
27, 1931: E for. 28754; Friedrich 
Hofmeister. 6467 



hrsg. Anna Helms u. Julius 

Blasche, bearb. Hermann Erdlen ; 
klavier u. 2 geigen bezw. floten. bd. 
9. Fur kindergarten u. unterstufe. 
— bd. 11. Fur die oberstufe einsch- 
liesslich jugendgruppen. © bd. 11. 
June 27, 1931, bd. 9. June 15, 1932; 
E for. 28753, 28755; Friedrich Hof- 
meister. 6468, 6469 

Schumann ( Robert Alexander) 
Nachtstiicke ; op. 23, no. 1, arr. John 
E. West: organ. © Mar. 22, 1933; 
E pub. 35364 ; H. W. Gray co. 6470 

Schwedische hochzeitsmusik ; v. Wil- 
helm Kempff; klavier. © Mar. 10, 
1933; E for. 29043; Ed. Bote & G. 
Bock. 6471 

Schwiegervater (Der) ; biedermeier- 
spiel, Helene u. E. Fischer, m Louis 
Spohr, bearb. Erich Fischer. Kla- 
vier-auszug mit vollstandigem text. 
© Feb. 25, 1933; E for. 29040; Ed. 
Bote & G. Bock. 6472 

Scotch air; pf. Rev. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 
1933; E unp. 68524; Joseph George 
Rutkowski. 6473 

Scriabin (Alexander) Etude; op. 42, 
no. 4, transcribed Paul Kochanski ; 
violin and pf. © Mar. 16, 1933; E 
pub. 35344; G. Schirmer, inc. 6474 



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